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Las fuentes que dieron origen al Nuevo Testamento: Análisis, estudio e interpretación crítica

Raúl Zaldivar
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Las Fuentes que dieron Origen al Nuevo Testamento quita el ropaje de misticismo e irracionalidad con que en muchas ocasiones se envuelve a la Bibli... Read More

Las Fuentes que dieron Origen al Nuevo Testamento quita el ropaje de misticismo e irracionalidad con que en muchas ocasiones se envuelve a la Biblia y explica a esta generación cómo se formó esta y qué fuentes utilizaron los redactores de los libros que componen el canon del Nuevo Testamento. Los tiempos han cambiado así como la información que se tiene para conocer las Sagradas Escrituras y su origen. Hoy en día dar una biblia a un joven, diciéndole que es la Palabra de Dios que contiene toda la verdad, es tal vez absurdo y difícil de concebir. Es por ello que este libro rompe los paradigmas para lograr alcanzar a una generación que tiene exceso de información y cuestiona todo. Es indispensable que las personas que enseñan y predican a esta generación puedan enfrentarse como corresponde a este desafío generacional, pues la misma Biblia exhorta a estar siempre preparados para presentar defensa ante todo el que demande razón de la esperanza que hay en todo creyente. 

Acerca del libro: 

  • Contiene un análisis, estudio e interpretación crítica del Nuevo Testamento.
  • Incluye temas como: La fuente literaria del NT, la fuente primaria de los escritores del NT, la fuente primaria de la escatología cristiana, literatura apócrifa cristiana y la formación del canon de la Biblia.

Con este libro usted podrá:

  • Estudiar sobre las fuentes que dieron origen al NT.
  • Conocer la humanidad y racionalidad del NT.
  • Tener las herramientas necesarias para defender su fe.
  • Hablar con propiedad a todo aquel que demande razón de su fe.

Sources that Brought About the New Testament

The Sources that Brought About the New Testament removes the cloak of mysticism and irrationality with which the Bible is often wrapped, and explains to this generation how it was formed and what sources were used by the editors of the books that make up the New Testament. Times have changed as well as the information you have to know the Holy Scriptures and their origins. Today, giving a bible to a young person, and telling him that it is the Word of God that contains all the truth, is perhaps absurd and difficult to conceive. That is why this book breaks the paradigms to reach a generation that has too much information and questions everything. It is essential that the people who teach and preach to this generation can properly face this generational challenge. The Bible itself exhorts to always be prepared to defend the gospel before anyone who demands a reason for the hope that there is in every believer. About the book:

  • It contains a critical analysis, study, and interpretation of the New Testament.
  • It includes topics such as: The literary source of the NT, the primary source of NT writings, the primary source of Christian eschatology, Christian apocryphal literature, and the formation of the canon of the Bible.
  • With this book you will: Study about the sources that brought about the NT; Know the humanity and rationality of the NT; Have the necessary tools to defend your faith; and Speak properly to anyone who demands a reason for your faith.



SPANISH ORIGINAL: The object of study of this work of research, about the sources that produced the New Testament, is the study of the literary sources that serve, firstly, to build the theological thought that is engrained throughout the NT namely the concept of Messiah, judgment and hell among other ones; and secondly, to redact the canonical books of the NT. The literary sources to which we refer are the abundant literature that emerge in the Intertestamental Period, as an example, the apocalyptic literature that constituted the base for much of Christian Theology. The Deuterocanonical literature also known as Apocryphal by Protestants, that was an important source of the redactors of the NT, the Essene literature, produced by the sect that inhabit the Qumran caves and from which the Scrolls of the Dead Sea came. To all this we must add the oral tradition of the Jews which would be written afterwards in the Talmud.

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  • Contributor(s)Raúl Zaldivar
  • About the Contributor(s) Raúl Zaldívar nació en Honduras donde sirvió como pastor y evangelista de Juventud para Cristo. Fue rector del Seminario Teológico...

    Raúl Zaldívar nació en Honduras donde sirvió como pastor y evangelista de Juventud para Cristo. Fue rector del Seminario Teológico de Honduras (SETEHO); donde antes había hecho su licenciatura en Teología. Además de abogado, es doctor en Derecho Internacional por la Universidad de Barcelona donde su tesis obtuvo la calificación Cum Lauden.

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  • ISBN-139788417620325
  • Publish Date04/28/2020
  • PublisherCLIE
  • Format Softcover
  • LanguageSpanish
  • Weight (lbs)1.0 lb
  • Case Quantity36
  • Case Weight (lbs)36.03 lb
  • Dimensions 9.0(h) x 6.0(w) x 0.63(d) inches
  • Pages208
  • Price $13.29


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