This is, perhaps, the most multifaceted collection of essays Zondervan has ever published. A fitting Festschrift to Stan Gundry, a man known by many people for many things, but never for being one-dimensional. As a pastor, scholar, publisher, mentor, and trusted friend, Stan has played diverse roles and worn numerous hats in his professional tenure.
Contributors from a variety of disciplines put a Gundry spin on a topic of their expertise and choosing—whether it's an evangelical-historical look at recent developments in their particular discipline or reflections on a topic at the center of Stan's interests. The result is this Festschrift—as multilayered, engaging, and authentic as the man it honors.
Contributors and essays include the following:
-Craig L. Blomberg - "Does the Quest for the Historical Jesus Still Hold Any Promise?"
-Millard J. Erickson - "Eighty Years of American Evangelical Theology"
-Gordon D. Fee - "On Women Remaining Silent in the Churches: A Text-Critical Approach to 1 Corinthians 14:34-35"
-Robert A. Fryling - "A Key to a Publishing Friendship"
-Robert H. Gundry - "A Brotherly Tribute"
-Carolyn Custis James and Frank A. James III - "The Blessed Alliance: Already But Not Yet"
-Karen H. Jobes - "'It Is Written': The Septuagint and Evangelical Doctrine of Scripture"
-Tremper Longman III - "'What Was Said in All the Scriptures concerning Himself' (Luke 24:27): Reading the Old Testament as a Christian"
-Richard J. Mouw - "Faithfulness in a 'Counterpoint' World: The Role of Theological Education"
-Ruth A. Tucker - "Eve, Jezebel, and the Woman at the Well: Biblical Women Hijacked in the Fight against Equality"
-John H. Walton - "The Tower of Babel and the Covenant: Rhetorical Strategy in Genesis Based on Theological and Comparative Analysis"
-John D. Woodbridge - "The Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy"
-Christopher J. H. Wright - "The Missional Nature and the Role of Theological Education"
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