AndreasKostenbergerWe are joined by Dr. Andreas J. Köstenberger, Senior Research Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, for a detailed discussion on the important book he co-authored with Dr. Michael J. Kruger, The Heresy of Orthodoxy.

Subtitled "How contemporary culture's fascination with diversity has reshaped our understanding of early Christianity", The Heresy of Orthodoxy deconstructs the fashionable trend—both in academia and popular culture—to view early Christianity as essentially a diverse collection of irreconcilable theologies, and through historical reasoning cogently argues for the priority of normative Christianity.

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[Walter Bauer, Bart Ehrman, proto-orthodox, Gnosticism, postmodernism, Christianity, heresy, Edessa, Asia Minor, Egypt, Rome, Gospel of Thomas, Ignatius, Nag Hammadi, Muratorian Canon, Irenaeus, Stephen Patterson, Clement of Alexandria, Basiledes, Valentinus, Carpocrates, Marcionism, Encratites, canon, covenant, apostle, prophet, Richard Bauckham, textual criticism, William Lane Craig, paradigm, antisupernaturalism, Tübingen School, historical critical method, Johann Semler, Holy Spirit]



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