The Kregel Pictorial Guide to the New Testament
Well-known New Testament scholar Robert W. Yarbrough brings to life God’s trusted communication to humanity by walking through the twenty-seven books that we know as the New Testament. From Matthew to Revelation, the New Testament portrays Christ as both servant and Lord, fulfilling an abundance of Old Testament promises about Himself. Loaded with four-color charts, maps, photographs, and illustrations, The Kregel Pictorial Guide to the New Testament is perfect for personal study or classroom use.
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 remarkable world of New Testament times.
About the Author
Robert Yarbrough (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is the chair of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Wheaton, Illinois. He is the translator of five German works, including two by Eta Linnemann and one by Adolf Schlatter. He is also the author of The Salvation-Historical Fallacy? and co-author of Encountering the New Testament.
Table of Contents
- The New Testament: Witness to God’s Faithfulness
- Jesus’ Life and Message: Galilean Ministry, Beyond Galilee, The Week the World Changed
- Matthew: The Jesus Matthew Knew
- Mark: Distinctive Features
- Luke: His Disctinctive Outlook
- John: Witness of the Son of Zebedee
- Acts: Luke the Historian and Theologian
- Paul’s Early Letters (Galatians; 1 & 2 Thessalonians)
- Paul and Corinth (1 & 2 Corinthians)
- Paul and Rome
- Paul’s Later Letters (Prison and Pastoral Epistles)
- 1 & 2 Peter
- James, John, and Jude
- For Further Reading