|Author||Craig G. Bartholomew; Michael W. Goheen|
|Secondary Author||[美]迈克·W. 戈欣（Michael W.Gohen）|
|Translator||张杰克 等/译 罗宇芳/校|
|Number of Pages||252页；315千字|
The Drama of Scripture is an introduction to the basic story line and theology of the Bible. In considering the biblical story, the authors emphasize the unity of the whole, viewing the Bible as a drama in six acts--creation, sin, Israel, Christ, church, and new creation. Two overarching themes tie the biblical story together--covenant in the Old Testament and kingdom in the New Testament. Throughout, the authors suggest, God is revealed through the story and calls us to participate in his drama. The story of the Bible and its account of God's action in the world give meaning to our lives and provide us with the foundation for our actions.
Craig G. Bartholomew (Ph.D., University of Bristol) holds the H. Evan Runner Chair in Philosophy at Redeemer University College in Ontario. He is the author of Reading Ecclesiastes and the coeditor of a number of volumes, including the forthcoming Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of Scripture.
Michael W. Goheen (Ph.D., University of Utrecht) is professor of missional theology, Newbigin House of Studies, San Francisco, and Jake and Betsy Tuls Professor of Missiology at Calvin Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He is also minister of preaching at New West Christian Reformed Church in Burnaby, British Columbia.