215 Pentecostal Hermeneutics Roger Stronstad* A Review Essay of Gordon D. Fee, Gospel and Spirit: Issues in New Testament Hermeneutics (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers, 1991). 160 pp. $9.95, paper. At this point in his academic career every new book by Dr. Gordon D. Fee, professor of New Testament at Regent College, Vancouver, British Columbia, is expected to be a tour de force. One thinks, for example, of his commentaries on the Pastoral Epistles and, especially, on 1 Corinthians. Further, his eagerly awaited forthcoming study on the Holy Spirit in the Pauline Epistles promises to be not only his magnum opus but also the standard work on the subject for the next generation of scholars. When measured by the standard of his recently published and forthcoming books, Gospel and Spirit: Issues in New Testament Hermeneutics is, however, something of an anomaly. Because of the circumstantial and polemical nature of some chapters, it does not contain within its pages the promise of the lasting or enduring importance which his other books do. Perhaps it is also the victim of Fee's own success for it fails to meet the standard of his other works. In Gospel and Spirit Fee has collected
Pneuma – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1993
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