Barrett, a Tutor of systematic theology and church history at Oak Hill Theological College in London, is the author of this volume, and also the editor for the series as a whole. Here, he addresses the Protestant notion of sola Scriptura, a Latin phrase that literally means, “Scripture alone.” As it states on the back of the book, this sola carries with it the idea that the Bible is “the final decisive authority for God’s people.”
After an extended season of neglect and derision, it seems as if the doctrine of divine providence is once again becoming an object of interest and attention. In recent years, a number of informed and engaging treatments of providence – and the corresponding doctrine of creation – have emerged.
David E. Garland’s “A Theology of Mark’s Gospel” is the fourth volume published in Zondervan’s Biblical Theology of the New Testament (BTNT) series.