Key Bible and Theological Reference Tools: Bible Introductions

This post is a re-blog of my post at Rolfing Unshelved.


This post is part of a series entitled Key Bible and Theological Reference Tools. This series seeks to provide one with an introduction to some key Biblical and theological reference tools. In this series one will find basic explanations, significant examples, and other information about these reference tools.


Basic Description of Introductions

An introduction (note: this guide is specifically referring to introductions to Biblical corpuses) is a reference work that provides introductory information on a given Biblical corpus. This material often includes helpful information regarding specific Biblical books (e.g., surveys, outlines, background information, presentations of key theological themes, discussions on authorship and dating issues, etc.) as well as information on broader topics (e.g., Old Testament canonical development, the relationship of the four gospels, etc.).

Key Introductions

Introduction Sample

An Introduction to the New Testament by D.A. Carson and Douglas Moo (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2005), 308-309. * Click photo for larger image.


* This post’s information can be found within Rolfing Library’s research guides. See the guide to introductions here.

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