Jesus Through Many Eyes: Introduction to the Theology of the New Testament

By Stephen Neill

A classic guide to New Testament theology, showing that the multiple depictions of Jesus conceal an underlying unity.

ISBN: 9780227170304


Is it possible to find in the New Testament a single coherent theology? In Jesus Through Many Eyes, Stephen Neill makes the case convincingly for a unified faith underlying the many traditions and interpretations of Jesus within scripture, which can be summed up in the words Resurrection-Spirit-Reconciliation. First published in 1976, his exposition remains relevant to general readers and specialist scholars alike. Neill provides detailed explanations of more obscure concepts and references, along with comprehensive notes and bibliographies to each chapter, making this an ideal introductory textbook. Meanwhile, those familiar with his arguments will benefit from new insights and interpretations.

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Dimensions 234 × 153 mm
Pages 234

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About the Author

Stephen Neill was a towering figure of twentieth-century global Christianity, serving as a missionary and later as Bishop of Tirunelveli in South India, before working for the World Council of Churches in Geneva. He was Resident Scholar at Wycliff Hall (Oxford), a Fellow of the British Academy and a fellow of Trinity College (Cambridge). He also served as editor and director for World Christian Books. His many publications included A History of Christian Missions, The Interpretation of the New Testament, 1861-1961, and the never-completed History of Christianity in India.



1. On Doing New Testament Theology
2. The Earliest Church
3. The Pauline Corpus
4. The Beginning of the Gospel
5. The Tradition of Israel: Matthew, James, Hebrews, Revelation
6. In the Gentile World
7. New Questions and Strange Answers
8. Response to Response
9. What Lies Behind It All?