Joel B. Green



Joel B. Green (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is professor of New Testament interpretation and associate dean of the Center for Advanced Theological Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. Prior to moving to Fuller, he taught at Asbury Theological Seminary for ten years. He is editor-in-chief of the Journal of Theological Interpretation and has authored or edited numerous books, including the Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics.

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Dictionary of Jesus and the...

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The Gospel of Luke

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Recovering the Scandal of t...

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Wesley Study Bible-NRSV

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Seized by Truth: Reading th...

3.64 avg rating — 118 ratings — published 2007 — 6 editions
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The Theology of the Gospel ...

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Body, Soul, and Human Life:...

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Hearing the New Testament: ...

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The World of the New Testam...

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Practicing Theological Inte...

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“Representing Pharisaic views, for example, Josephus catered to the Greco-Roman intelligentsia, formulating a body-soul dualism quite at odds with Israel’s Scriptures but very much at home in the Platonic tradition.”
Joel B. Green, Body, Soul, and Human Life (Studies in Theological Interpretation): The Nature of Humanity in the Bible

“The term generally given this sickness in the Christian tradition is “sin,” a multivalent term that points to the myriad ways in which humans –individually, collectively, and systemically –neglect, deny, and refuse simply to be human –that is, to embrace and live out their vocation as creatures made in the image of God.”
Joel B. Green, Body, Soul, and Human Life (Studies in Theological Interpretation): The Nature of Humanity in the Bible

“More astonishing, perhaps, is that the variation in DNA among members of the human family is actually larger than the variation between humans and chimpanzees.”
Joel B. Green, Body, Soul, and Human Life (Studies in Theological Interpretation): The Nature of Humanity in the Bible



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