A collection of eighteen essays on the Gospels, Acts, and the letters of Paul, written throughout Gerald O'Collins's distinguished career.
"The prolific pen of Gerald O'Collins strikes again! For decades, O'Collins's wide-ranging publications have significantly advanced the state of New Testament scholarship. He has solved riddles, shed light on obscure passages, and proposed creative interpretations based on his sound, meticulous reading of texts.
Here he caps his impressive achievements by conveniently collecting eighteen articles-most of them published and now updated or rewritten-from different professional journals, making them more accessible. I highly recommend this illuminating book for libraries, scholars, and preachers of the Word."
-Ronald D. Witherup, PSS, author, Galatians: Life in the New Creation and Scripture and Tradition in the Letters of Paul, both from Paulist Press