Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Review of Three Views on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament ed. Bock, Enns, Kaiser

I would like to direct your attention, to what I view as a both fair assessment and scathing critique of Kaiser's position in Three Views. Steve Moyise has articulated a very insightful review, available in the Review of Biblical Literature May 2009 Edition (see the RBL blog). I believe that Moyise has captured the subtle nuances and significance offered in this volume by both Bock and Enns, while rightly identifying the naivete offered by Kaiser's outmoded hermeneutical suggestions.


Stephen said...


I just discovered your blog and think your story is great. I have had a couple of classes with you before but I am not sure we ever talked. I am not sure if you are still in the DFW area but if you I would really like to have you come speak at my ministry. For the last seven years I have run a residential 'discipleship home' in Cedar Hill for men with addictions and on parole. Your story really sounds great (I have a similar one). Also, I'm going to order your book, maybe I'll start using it.

Thank You,

S. Daniel Owens

Rob G. Reid said...

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