In this book, Hebrew scholar Nick Lunn (Christchurch, Canterbury) investigates, through the explicit guidance of the New Testament, the wide variety of ways in which Jesus in represented in the Old Testament. The book provides a thorough overview, beyond anything else available in a non-technical book, and indeed some aspects discussed in this book have never appeared in non-academic titles before.
“Jesus in the Jewish Scriptures doesn’t just present the many ways that Jesus is present within the Old Testament Scriptures, but it draws the reader to a deeper knowledge and adoration of him. Nick Lunn’s deep knowledge of the Scriptures, his obvious love for the church’s great tradition, and his ecumenical sensibilities make for a most compelling read.” – Hans Boersma, PhD, Saint Benedict Servants of Christ Chair in Ascetical Theology, NASHOTAH HOUSE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
“If there was only one book I could recommend, this is it. Beautifully written and packed with insights that feed the soul. And most of all, it helps its reader to know Christ better. What more can I say other than you ought to read it!” – Dr Tom Holland, Senior Research Fellow, Union School of Theology.
About the Author
Nick Lunn is an Old Testament consultant and Hebrew tutor for Wycliffe Bible Translators, and lectures in Old Testament at Spurgeon’s College, London School of Theology, and Canterbury Christ Church University. He is a Tyndale scholar and a regular contributor to a variety of theological journals.
Pre-order: 14th Feb 2020