By Nijay K. Gupta
"In dialog with the easiest interpreters of the Thessalonian letters around the centuries, Nijay Gupta bargains us a wealthy banquet of insights into those very early Christian Scriptures. concurrently obtainable and perceptive, aware of ancient context in addition to modern theological and non secular issues, this can be a observation for college kids, pastors, and all readers of Paul."
--Michael J. Gorman, Raymond E. Brown Professor of bible study and Theology, St. Mary's Seminary & University
"Nijay Gupta's observation on 1 and a couple of Thessalonians demonstrates trustworthy, even-handed scholarship, theological and pastoral sensitivity, and a masterful skill to put out the letters' substance and simple movement of concept in an attractive sort that may be a excitement to learn. those characteristics, in addition to its viable measurement, make it perfect to be used within the lecture room and for neighborhood church pastors and lecturers. hugely recommended!"
--Andy Johnson, Professor of latest testomony, Nazarene Theological Seminary
"Here is a statement that doesn't leave out the mark. It is exegetically sound, theologically astute, and ecclesially situated. Gupta turns out to thrill in displaying how those old texts make sleek feel. I learn few commentaries disguise to hide, yet Gupta's I did. It is definitely well worth the time and funding, for he conscientiously weighs the interpretive innovations and arrives at well-reasoned and well-supported readings. i need this one on my shelf."
--David B. Capes, educational Dean and Professor of latest testomony, Houston Graduate college of Theology
"Nijay okay. Gupta is a proficient interpreter of Scripture. Herein, you will discover incisive, insightful statement at the Apostle Paul's earliest extant letters. I warmly commend this relatively (and refreshingly!) compact therapy of the Thessalonian correspondence, no longer least the exegetical ability, theological engagement, and pastoral challenge glaringly obtrusive throughout."
--Todd D. nonetheless, DeLancey Dean and Hinson Professor, Baylor collage, Truett Seminary
Nijay okay. Gupta is Assistant Professor of recent testomony at George Fox Evangelical Seminary, Portland, OR. His fresh books comprise a remark on Colossians and Prepare, be successful, increase: Getting a PhD in religious study and Beyond (Wipf & Stock).
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