Nearly all of the Old Testament books have forward-looking conclusions. What, then, is the significance of the way in which these New Testament documents end?
Morna D. Hooker is is Lady Margaretís Professor Emerita in the University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of Robinson College. Her recent books include: From Adam to Christ: Essays on St Paul (1990); A Commentary on The Gospel According to St Mark (1992), Not Ashamed of the Gospel (1994), The Signs of a Prophet (1997), and Paul: A Short Introduction (2003). She is editor of Blackís New Testament Commentaries, and has been joint editor of the Journal of Theological Studies since 1985.
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