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A Survey of the New Testament: 5th Edition Hardcover – June 24, 2012
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Robert H. Gundry (PhD, Manchester) is a scholar-in-residence and professor emeritus of New Testament and Greek at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California. Among his books are Mark: A Commentary on His Apology for the Cross; Matthew: A Commentary on His Handbook for a Mixed Church Under Persecution, Soma in Biblical Theology, and Jesus the Word According to John the Sectarian.
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The book arrived very quickly and in perfect shape. Beautiful cover, thick and glossy pages, and a lot of images to help the reader visualize the various places, people, and objects that were discussed throughout.
Unfortunately, the material was very shallow and simple. After a brief introduction into each book it went on to simply restate what the Bible already says without providing any real substance for the reader. After you read the first two sections and start getting into the different books of the Bible, it becomes mundane and dull. Of course, a survey is not meant to be all-inclusive and detailed oriented, but this book was greatly lacking in anything for the reader to benefit from.
For a young Christian, physically or spiritually, I would not recommend this book because it lacks anything more than what reading the Bible could do for them. For the mature Christian, I would recommend a survey that includes more depth than one that simply repeats what the Bible says in each passage.
If you are lookin for a solid survey, I would recommend "New Testament Survey" by Robert G. Gromacki.
A manual page change, You have to restart T to V. Not a big deal, but awkward to do while walking 4 mph. As another user mentioned, the Kindle version does not include page numbers, which are required for assignments that quote from the textbook.
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I couldn't find any defective. That looks like brand new.
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