Combining the power of images with the insight of the written word, this full-color illustrated guide invites readers to see, feel, and explore the vibrant world of the New Testament.
This fascinating volume gives a nuanced overview of the four Gospels, the epistles of Paul, and every other book of the New Testament. Through a variety of striking and informative maps, charts, pictures, and illustrations, the guide paints a clear and vivid picture of Christ, his apostles, their world, and their teachings. Author Robert W. Yarbrough provides a reader-friendly introduction to the most important documents in Christian history with this concise guide to the New Testament, a perfect resource for personal study or classroom use.
Robert W. Yarbrough (Ph.D., University of Aberdeen) is the chair of New Testament and associate professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is the translator of five German works, including two by Eta Linnemann and one by Adolf Schlatter. He is the author of The Salvation-Historical Fallacy? and coauthor of Encountering the New Testament.