Introduction to the Book
For renowned Old Testament scholar Dr Daniel Block, Deuteronomy is the "Gospel according to Moses." Moses' farewell pastoral addresses call God's people to remember his grace in salvation, covenant relationship with him, and his revelation of a way of blessing in a lost world. Deuteronomy is to the Old Testament what John's Gospel and Paul's letter to the Romans are to the New, laying the theological foundation for our entire Scriptures.
What is the Gospel of Moses? How did Moses communicate that Gospel? How did he lay the foundation for the New Testament? How are Moses' teachings for ancient Israel relevant for New Testament Christians?
Based on a lifetime of research and ministry, by discussing the literary features of each passage and exegeting the text verse by verse, this three-volume commentary offers readers a profound grasp of the Gospel according to Moses in Deuteronomy and its relevance for today.
About the Author
Daniel I. Block (PhD, University of Liverpool) is the Gunther H. Knoedler Professor Emeritus of Old Testament at Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL. He is the author of more than 120 scholarly papers and many popular articles on biblical texts and topics. His published books include The Book of Ezekiel (2 volumes, NICOT, 1997, 1998), Judges and Ruth (NAC, 1999), Deuteronomy (NIVAC, 2012), For the Glory of God: Recovering a Biblical Theology of Worship (2014), Ruth: The King is Coming (ZECOT, 2015), and Covenant: The Framework of God’s Grand Plan of Redemption (2021).
|產品尺寸||152 mm x 229 mm x 19.8 mm|
|作 者||Daniel I. Block|