A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the New Testament: The Gospel Realized

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Read the New Testament from a biblical-theological perspective.

Featuring contributions from nine respected evangelical scholars, this volume introduces each New Testament book in the context of the whole canon of Scripture, helping anyone who teaches or studies the Bible to apply it to the church today.

About the Editor


Michael J. Kruger (PhD, University of Edinburgh) is the president and Samuel C. Patterson Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina. Kruger is ordained in the Presbyterian Church in America and also serves as the pastor of teaching at Uptown PCA in Charlotte. He blogs regularly at and tweets at @michaeljkruger.


“Seminary-level New Testament introductions are plentiful. But this one provides what others do not: a consistent hermeneutical orientation as articulated by a top-tier roster of nine different scholars associated with Reformed Theological Seminary throughout its history. In addition to chapters covering all the New Testament books, valuable appendices treat canon, text, the synoptic problem, and more. Addressing both spiritual and academic issues with a view to pastoral equipping and biblical exposition, this wide-ranging compendium will benefit readers in both classroom and personal settings.”
Robert W. Yarbrough, Professor of New Testament, Covenant Theological Seminary

“With the right mix of academic integrity and purposeful accessibility, this New Testament introduction will serve time-crunched pastors, ministry-minded students, and church members looking to better understand their Bibles. What makes this new volume unique is the emphasis on examining the theological themes in each book of the New Testament, rather than focusing on arcane debates prompted by liberal scholarship. The result is an insightful and impressive resource, one I will use in my own studies and often recommend to others.”
Kevin DeYoung, Senior Pastor, University Reformed Church, East Lansing, Michigan

“While introductions to the New Testament abound, this volume is a rare gem. It admirably combines depth of scholarship and theological exegesis within a biblical-theological framework—all couched in highly readable prose, offered for the sake of the church. It will no doubt instruct and edify. Well done.”
Constantine R. Campbell, associate professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

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Table of Contents

J. Ligon Duncan III
Michael J. Kruger

  1. Matthew
    Reggie M. Kidd
  2. Mark
    Benjamin Gladd
  3. Luke
    Robert J. Cara
  4. John
    Michael J. Kruger
  5. Acts
    Robert J. Cara
  6. Romans
    Guy Prentiss Waters
  7. 1–2 Corinthians
    Guy Prentiss Waters
  8. Galatians
    Guy Prentiss Waters
  9. Ephesians
    Guy Prentiss Waters
  10. Philippians
    Bruce A. Lowe
  11. Colossians
    Benjamin Gladd
  12. 1 Thessalonians
    Robert J. Cara
  13. 2 Thessalonians
    Robert J. Cara
  14. Introduction to the Pastoral Epistles
    William B. Barcley
  15. 1 Timothy
    William B. Barcley
  16. 2 Timothy
    William B. Barcley
  17. Titus
    William B. Barcley
  18. Philemon
    Benjamin Gladd
  19. Hebrews
    Simon J. Kistemaker
  20. James
    Bruce A. Lowe
  21. 1 Peter
    William B. Barcley
  22. 2 Peter
    Simon J. Kistemaker
  23. 1–3 John
    Charles E. Hill
  24. Jude
    Simon J. Kistemaker
  25. Revelation
    Charles E. Hill

Appendix A: The New Testament Canon
Michael J. Kruger
Appendix B: The New Testament Text: An Introduction to New Testament Textual Criticism
Charles E. Hill
Appendix C: The Synoptic Problem
Guy Prentiss Waters
Appendix D: The Use of the Old Testament in the New Testament: Trusting the New Testament’s Hermeneutics
Robert J. Cara
Appendix E: Scripture Versions Cited
General Index
Scripture Index

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Weight 1400 g
Dimensions 254 × 178 × 40 mm

Kruger, Michael J., (Editor), Kistemaker, Simon J., Hill, Charles E., Duncan, Ligon, Kidd, Reggie M., Waters, Guy P., Barcley, William B., Kruger, Michael J., Cara, Robert, Lowe, Bruce A., Gladd, Benjamin, (Contributor, Contributor, Foreword, Contributor, Contributor, Contributor, Contributor, Contributor, Contributor, Contributor)

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Crossway Books (2016), 656 pages

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