Here’s a really useful annotated bibliography on biblical theology.
Here’s a wonderful “little bibliography” on biblical theology. It provides suggestions for everything from ministry to little children to the reading and study for the intellectually curious adult. Some of you may even find in it a textbook for a small group or Sunday school class study.
I just came across an older bibliography of clickable links to resources. I created it for a biblical theology course I taught, so it focuses quite a bit on typology. Although it could stand some updating, I figure it still retains its original value for any of you who would like easy access to some wider reading on typological studies.
- Allison, Gregg R. “Theological Interpretation of Scripture: An Introduction and Preliminary Evaluation.” Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 14.2 (Summer 2010): 28–36.
- Baker, David. “Interpreting Texts in the Context of the Whole Bible.” Themelios 5.2 (1980): 21–25.
- Beale, Greg K. “Did Jesus and his Followers Preach the Right Doctrine from the Wrong Texts?” Themelios 14.3 (April 1989): 89–96.
- _____. “The Right Doctrine, Wrong Texts: Can we follow the Apostles’ Doctrine but not their Hermeneutic?” Foundations 60 (Spring 2011): 39–46.
- _____. “The Old Testament Background of Paul’s Reference to ‘the Fruit of the Spirit’ in Galatians 5:22.” Bulletin for Biblical Research 15.1 (2005) 1–38.
- Berkouwer, G. C. “General and Special Divine Revelation.” In Carl F. H. Henry, ed. Revelation and the Bible, 13–24. Contemporary Evangelical Thought. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1958.
- Bray, Gerald. “Scripture and Tradition in Reformation Thought.” Evangelical Review of Theology 19.2 (April 1995): 157–66.
- Bruce, F. F. “Primary Sense and Plenary Sense,” Peake Memorial Lecture. Epworth Review 4 (1977): 94–109.
- _____. “The Book of Zechariah and the Passion Narrative.” Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 43 (March 1961): 336–53.
- Carr, G. Lloyd “The Old Testament Love Songs and Their Use in the New Testament.” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 24.2 (June 1981) 97–105.
- Donaldson, Terence L. “Parallels: Use, Misuse and Limitations.” Evangelical Quarterly 55.4 (Oct–Dec 1983): 193–210.
- Ellis, E. Earle. “How the New Testament Uses the Old.” In I. Howard Marshall, ed., New Testament Interpretation: Essays on Principles and Methods, 1977/ Carlisle: Paternoster Press, revised 1979.
- Evans, M. J. “The Old Testament as Christian Scripture.” Vox Evangelica 16 (1986): 25–32.
- Frame, John. “Doctrine of the Word of God: Lecture Outline.”
- Gaebelein, Frank E. “The Unity of the Bible.” In Carl F. H. Henry, ed., Revelation and the Bible, 389–401. Contemporary Evangelical Thought. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1958.
- Glenny, W. Edward. “The Divine Meaning of Scripture: Explanations and Limitations.” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 38.4 (Dec 1995): 481–500.
- Goheen, Michael W. The Urgency of Reading the Bible as One Story in the 21st Century.
- Hughes, H. Dale. “Salvation-History as Hermeneutic.” Evangelical Quarterly 48.2 (April–June 1976): 79–89.
- Knight, George W., III, “The Scriptures Were Written for Our Instruction.” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 39.1 (March 1996) 3–13.
- Marcel, Pierre Ch. “Our Lord’s Use of Scripture.” In Carl F. H. Henry, ed., Revelation and the Bible, 121–34. Contemporary Evangelical Thought. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1958.
- Packer, J. I. “Upholding the Unity of Scripture.” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 26.4 (Dec 1982): 409–14.