This collection of essays by an international team of prominent New Testament scholars is in honour of David Catchpole, recently retired from his position as the Saint Luke's Foundation Professor of Theological Studies at the University of Exeter, UK.
The essays represent a range of approaches and topics, connected together by a focus on various kinds of christological claim, whether by the historical Jesus, in the Q tradition, John, Paul or the synoptics, and their connection with controversy and the construction of early Christian community.
The contributors are: Stephen Barton, Peder Borgen, Richard Burridge, Marinus de Jonge, James Dunn, Earle Ellis, Birger Gerhardsson, Michael Goulder, Morna Hooker, John Kloppenburg Verbin, Robert Morgan, John Painter, Ronald Piper, Peter Richardson, Christopher Rowland, Graham Stanton, N.T. Wright, and the editors.
David G. Horrell, Ph.D. (1994), University of Cambridge, is Lecturer in New Testament at the University of Exeter.
Christopher M. Tuckett, Ph.D. (1979), University of Lancaster, is Lecturer in New Testament at the University of Oxford.
The stimulating essays in this handsome volume are a fine tribute to an esteemed colleague.'
Journal of Theological Studies, 2003.
…an impressive collection of studies…'
Craig A. Evans,
Bulletin for Biblical Research.
All those interested in the History of earliest Christianity, the development of Christology and community in the New Testament period, and the contemporary scholarly discussion of the New Testament.