Mission in the New Testament
By: William J. Larkin, Jr. Joel F. Williams
Mission in the New Testament offers a succinct yet deeply satisfying view of both the variety and unity of New Testament teachings on Christian Mission, and insight into contemporary Evangelical biblical scholarship. It is an indispensable text for classroom use in contemporary mission theology courses.
William J. Larkin Jr. holds degrees from Princetion Theological Seminary and the University of Durham. He teaches New Testament and Greek at Columbia Biblical Seminary and Graduate School of Missions. His most recent book is Acts (Intervarsity Press).
Joel F. Williams, with degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary and Marquette University teaches Greek and New Testament at Columbia International University. He is the author of Other Followers of Jesus (Sheffield Academic Press).
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