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Notes on the Greek New Testament

My notes on the Greek New Testament, and now the text of the Greek New Testament itself, can be accessed by means of the relevant links on the menu bar to the left of the page.

Wednesday 3 September
Today's Reading - 2 Corinthians 6:14-7:1 Bible Passage English Bible Passage Greek   Related Blog(s) Related Blogs

These daily readings will take you through the New Testament in a year - see the Reading Plan.

Quote for the Week

"Early Christians were less concerned with self-identity than with salvation, though the two are in their case closely related. Jesus was more than the founder of their movement; he was the source of salvation. Moreover, this salvation was understood within the thoroughly Jewish context of Christian origins. It was fulfillment of the promises made by the God of Israel to his people Israel in the past. It was a new chapter – the decisive, eschatalogical chapter – in God's history with his people and with the world. The events of Jesus' history were charged with all the history-making significance of the activity of Israel's God. Thus, at the deepest level, it was for profoundly theological reasons – their understanding of God and salvation – that early Christians were concerned with faithful memory of the really past story of Jesus. The present in which they lived in relationship with the risen and exalted Christ was the effect of this past history, presupposing its pastness and not at all disolving it."

Richard Bauckham, Jesus and the Eyewitnesses (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2006), pp. 277-278