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BECNT: 1 Peter

Jobes, Karen|Yarbrough, Robert W.
Baker Academic
2005-06-15
HB ?| 6.2 x 9.25 x 0 Inch| 0.75 kg| 384 pages| ISBN 9780801026744
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"[Jobes's] work is marked by deft engagement with the Greek text, dexterous handling of the secondary literature, and clarity of argument, with alternative viewpoints regularly given their due."--Joel B. Green, Catholic Biblical Quarterly

In this addition to the acclaimed BECNT series, Karen H. Jobes provides a fresh, insightful commentary on 1 Peter that will help students and pastors understand and apply this important letter to the world in which we live.

Throughout the commentary, Jobes emphasizes the Christian's relationship to culture and the place of suffering in the Christian life. She also presents a new suggestion about the original recipients of the letter, highlights the insights provided by the use of the Septuagint in the letter, and challenges prevailing assumptions about the nature of the Greek in the letter.

As with all BECNT volumes, 1 Peter features the author's own translation of the Greek text and detailed interaction with the original text. This commentary admirably achieves the dual aims of the series--academic sophistication with pastoral sensitivity and accessibility.

LaBible's Review

"Karen Jobes, author of the 1 Peter Commentary from the Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament series, is an outstanding New Testament Scholar. Jobes has an obvious understanding of the original languages, solid theological perspective, and the ability to communicate the fruit of her labors. . . . Her comments reflect both a grasp of the historical, but also fresh ideas for us today. Just as there is great danger in using only commentaries from the past or only using the latest and most modern, continuity of the past and present works coming together is important. You will find this in 1 Peter. You will also appreciate Jobes' attention to details, demonstrating her masterful handling of the Greek text, but not in a way that will lose the reader in the process."--Equip for Ministry

"Simply outstanding. . . . Jobes exhibits considerable skill and learning in this valuable and well-written resource for pastors, seminarians, and learned laypersons. . . . This [is a] comprehensive, erudite, and comparatively concise volume. . . . Jobes adeptly navigates a legion of existing commentaries and scholarly articles, covering a whole spectrum of hermeneutical traditions, schools, and ideological allegiances, and in the process posits consistently reliable biblical exegesis. . . . Particularly noteworthy is the author's enlightened isagogical presentation. Jobes's introduction is a delight to read not merely because it is expertly composed, but because it also contains the seeds and development of an original theoretical proposal and two compositional clarifications that collectively serve as a stimulating contribution to the exegetical and expository study of 1 Peter. . . . The exegetical and exposition portions of 1 Peter in BECNT prove themselves insightful on most passages, resulting in a commentary that should be a dependable companion for discerning homilogicians and teachers of the New Testament."--John J. Bombaro, Modern Reformation

"In recent years the English-speaking world has been blessed with a number of new and thorough commentaries on this beautiful New Testament letter. Karen Jobes has added to that rich literature in this most recent work."--Bible Today

"[Jobes's] work is marked by deft engagement with the Greek text, dexterous handling of the secondary literature, and clarity of argument, with alternative viewpoints regularly given their due. Thankfully manageable in size . . . this is nonetheless a major critical commentary that takes its place alongside Paul J. Achtemeier's in the Hermeneia series . . . and J. H. Elliott's in the Anchor Bible. . . . Jobes's study of 1 Peter thus admirably serves the aims of the BECNT series, with strengths especially in her attention to detail and her interaction with current scholarship on the letter."--Joel B. Green, Catholic Biblical Quarterly

"Karen Jobes has faithfully executed the BECNT mission. In addition, she brings two fresh contributions to the study of 1 Peter by offering a new proposal for the sociohistorical background of the letter, and by providing a much needed objective criterion for discussing the quality of the Greek of 1 Peter. . . . Jobes' fresh contributions do not end with introductory matters. Her familiarity with the Septuagint makes her approach unique among 1 Peter commentators and the reader benefits from the many times she roots Peter's words to the Septuagint context to which they allude. . . . Jobes is to be commended for writing a commentary that meets the needs of the pastor preparing a sermon or Bible study and which at the same time warrants the attention of the academy. . . . Jobes' 1 Peter can and should be mentioned in the same breath with John Elliott, Paul Achtemeier, Leonhard Goppelt and Ramsey Michaels."--Kelly David Liebengood, Midwestern Journal of Theology

"As a competent guide to the content and message of 1 Peter, the commentary is sure to win a wide circle of readers. . . . The commentary proper has an unusually attractive, reader-friendly format. . . . Jobes writes clearly and concisely. She is especially deft at reporting and evaluating scholarly opinion. . . . Grammatical and syntactical problems--so abundant in 1 Peter--are ably unpacked and solutions competently weighed. . . . She does not dodge or sugarcoat the tough theological issues present here but seeks their resolution in a manner that is faithful to the intent and thrust of the letter. I do not agree with all her conclusions, but as an evangelical catholic of the Lutheran persuasion I welcome her holding up 1 Peter, its content and evangelical agenda rather than conservative tradition or ecclesiastical dogma, as the ultimate arbiter of meaning. Students, pastors, general readers and scholars will all be well-served by this learned guide to the letter's treasures."--John H. Elliott, Review of Biblical Literature

"Perhaps the greatest value of this particular commentary on 1 Peter will be the discussion of a theory which seeks to identify the recipients of this letter in terms of a historical reconstruction of the original context in which this letter was written and received. . . . For this theory to be persuasive, it must be able to explain plausibly all the data and implications faced by competing alternatives, and help explain additional features of this particular epistle. It does so quite well. . . . The value of this commentary on 1 Peter lies . . . in the skill with which the author weaves throughout her exegetical analysis important considerations drawn from documented social and political circumstances of the ancient world. The biblical text is treated with constant sensitivity to this comprehensive historical setting, never forcing an alien interpretation of the text. . . . Several features of this commentary deserve special mention. The author supplies her own translation of the Greek text. . . . The printed text on the page is very attractive, enhanced by the use of in-text references to sources (author, date, and page), reducing the need for numerous footnotes. Readers are well served by exegetical extended paraphrase-summaries of passages, usually one written to introduce and another to summarize the pericope under consideration. Throughout the volume, Greek and Hebrew words appear in both original script and transliteration. Treatment of interpretive difficulties and options is usually thorough and up to date. . . . We encourage pastors and church libraries to investigate purchasing . . . this volume. In light of its balanced discussions and obvious grasp of the message of 1 Peter, we say without hesitation that this particular commentary needed to be written."--Nelson D. Kloosterman, Mid-America Journal of Theology

"I would recommend this commentary to any person studying 1 Peter. Jobes is an excellent exegete, and her background in Old Testament and LXX studies helps her to elucidate the text of 1 Peter. Moreover, the commentary is very refreshing because of its pastoral nature. Jobes writes in such a manner that the readers of the commentary will readily understand not only how the message of 1 Peter applied to the original readers, but also how it applies in their lives."--James D. Dvorak, Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism

"This recent commentary on 1 Peter by Karen Jobes distinguishes itself in the midst of the crowd, primarily through careful interpretation and a consistent effort to make a unique contribution. . . . One of the strengths of Jobes's commentary is in how she consistently explains the importance of Peter's message for the original recipients of the letter in light of their historical circumstances. At the same time, Jobes sprinkles throughout her commentary applications for present-day readers. . . . Throughout the commentary, Jobes explains various viewpoints on interpretive problems in the letter, and yet she also clearly states her own position and the supporting evidence for it. . . . I found Jobes's discussion of the historical background to 1 Peter to be convincing, especially when compared to other proposals. Her approach has the benefit of helping us to recognize the extent to which the original recipients would have felt their status as foreigners, a feeling greatly increased by their commitment to Christ."--Joel F. Williams, Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
 
"The BECNT is an excellent commentary series, and Karen H. Jobes gives a well-researched, fresh look at 1 Peter in her contribution to this series. . . . Jobes' expertise in both New Testament and Septuagint studies clearly shines through in this volume. . . . The perceived value in a commentary today is not in dishing out dogma but in describing and critiquing various interpretations while ultimately advocating the position consistent with the beliefs and objective research of the writer. Jobes does this well in a clearly evangelical framework. . . . This is a fine commentary, with rich exegesis and exposition, good food for thought, and plenty of citations to aid the reader in further study."--James R. Wicker, Southwestern Journal of Theology

Praise for the series: "In this age of unprecedented proliferation of biblical commentary series, it is an outstanding accomplishment for the Baker Exegetical series consistently to have produced what with only rare exceptions have become the best available commentaries on the Greek text of the New Testament book or books treated."--Craig Blomberg, Denver Journal

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