This volume consists of twenty-one studies on a subject of supreme importance, the New Testament understanding of the person and work of Jesus Christ. All the main questions surrounding the earliest thinking about Jesus of Nazareth are addressed, including Canon, the use of the Old Testament, miracles, pre- existence, sacrifice, and the end of the age. The collection is dedicated to the memory of Professor George Caird of Oxford, whose life
and work were devoted to laying aside the accumulated prejudices of the centuries and letting the Bible speak for itself. Professor Caird's many books represent the kind of deeply penetrating questions to be asked of the biblical writers if the Bible is to remain a relevant book for modern man. In the
same tradition each contributor to The Glory of Christ in the New Testament has sought to raise new questions - questions whose answers will both advance current debate and stimulate discussion for many years to come.
'a work of commemoration. It is very worthy tribute to a remarkably independent New Testament scholar and greatly valued teacher and churchman ... Thanks are due to the translator and editors for making this rich study available to a much wider audience.' Expository Times
'impressive ... memorial volume of Christological essays.' Church Times
'magnificent collection of essays on Christology ... the standard throughout is remarkably high. The editors are to be congratulated for having been able to assemble a galaxy of the leading names in British Biblical scholarship today and to produce a volume of such great interest to every student of the subject.' The Church of England Newspaper
`every essay in this book is worth reading, and some are of considerable importance'
Journal of Theological Studies, Vol 39, 2, 1988
'The NT expert, the theologian and the working pastor will all find much to stimulate from this expensive but worthy volume.'
Methodist Church Overseas Division Annotated Booklist