The Servant of Yahweh by Arthur S. Peake

Arthur S. Peake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arthur S. Peake’s 1926 Collection of Lectures entitled “The Servant of Yahweh” is now available online in PDF. The short biography in the introduction by Henry Guppy is not yet in Public Domain, so that has been excluded. The portrait of A.S. Peake (above) which serves as the frontispiece looks very useful, so I have included images at various resolutions. You can visit the download page here.

Arthur S. Peake [1865-1929], The Servant of Yahweh Three Lectures Delivered at King’s College, London, During 1926. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1931. Hbk. pp.365. [This material is in the Public Domain]

Table of Contents

Portrait

Prefatory Note

In Memoriam: A. S. Peake by Henry Guppy [Not in Public Domain, so not included]

The Servant of Yahweh

The Roots of Hebrew Prophecy and Jewish Apocalyptic

Elijah and Jezebel: The Conflict with the Tyrian Baal

Recent Developments in Old Testament Criticism

The Messiah and the Son of Man

The Quintessence of Paulinism

Paul the Apostle: His Personality and Achievement

Paul and the Jewish Christians

 

D.A. Carson on Christological Ambiguities in Matthew

The following article is now avialable in PDF:

D.A. Carson, “Christological Ambiguities in the Gospel of Matthew,” Harold Rowden, ed., Christ our Lord. Studies in Christology Presented to Donald Guthrie. Leicester: IVP, 1982. Hbk. ISBN: 0877849552. pp.97-114.

Professor Carson’s work always impresses me. It stands in sharp contrast to those who seem to think the writers of the New Testament incompetent bunglers with scissors and paste. Reading this article I was impressed once more by the great insight and artistry Matthew used in preparing his Gospel. I heartily recommend it.

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