NT Books: General Epistles and Revelation

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Hebrews James 1 & 2 Peter 1, 2, 3 John Jude Revelation



1 & 2 Peter

  • The Apostle Peter on Civil Obedience: An Exegesis of 1 Peter 2:13-17 (Greg Herrick)
  • Wives Like Sarah, and the Husbands Who Honor Them: 1 Peter 3:1-7 (Wayne Grudem; full text of ch. 10, Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, ed. Piper and Grudem)
  • The Authenticity of 2 Peter (D. Wayne Stiles II)
  • The Christology of the Second Letter of Peter82 (2001): 253-263. (Terrance CALLAN) Biblica abstract: “ The Christology of 2 Peter is very exalted. The author calls Jesus God and speaks of his divine power. He uses the title ?Lord’ both for Jesus and for God; in the latter cases there is usually some ambiguity about which of them is meant. However, the author presents God as a person distinct from Jesus, and there is no suggestion that the author would affirm the existence of two Gods. The transfiguration revealed Jesus as the son of God. It may be understood as an epiphany of the divine Jesus. It was a moment when Jesus received glory from God, in virtue of which he is praised like God. 2 Peter reflects a stage in early Christian thinking when the word ?god’ was used in two ways. Usually it was a proper noun that designated the one who revealed himself in the Hebrew scriptures. Occasionally it was used as a common noun that designated those who belonged to the category of the divine. In this way 2 Peter can call Jesus God without either identifying Jesus with God or seriously affirming the existence of two Gods. Eventually these uses were related in the doctrine of the Trinity.”
  • A Brief Note on a Textual Problem in 2 Peter 3:10 (Daniel B. Wallace)

1, 2, & 3 John