Mattson as Professor of Christian Ethics and Sociology, Eric Wahlstrom as Professor of Greek and New Testament Exegesis, and Carl Anderson as Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament Exegesis.
What does NTEX stand for?
NTEX stands for New Testament Exegesis
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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- National Tertiary Education Staff Union (University of KwaZulu-Natal; South Africa)
- National Target for Education and Training (est. 1991; Confederation of British Industry; UK)
- National Traction Engine Trust (UK)
- Northern Territory Employment and Training Authority (Australia)
- National Type Evaluation Technical Committee
- National Training and Education Targets (UK; further education; South West Observatory)
- National Tertiary Education Union (Australia)
- National Treasury Employees Union
- Non-Teaching Employees Union (Philippines)
- National /Tactical Exploitation (of Imagery)
- National Text (variable-length Unicode data)
- Lotus Notes Database Template (Lotus Notes file format extension)
- Narcotics Task Force (various locations)
- National Teaching Fellow (UK)
- National Technology Foundation (India)
- National Test Facility
- National Tourism Foundation
- National Training Foundation
- National Transfer Format (UK Geographic Data Standard) aka BS7567
- National Transonic Facility
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The categories include texts and versions, theological and exegetical approaches, biblical exegesis, Old Testament and New Testament exegesis, extrabiblical sources, philology, civilizations of the biblical world, archaeology and topography, realia, institutions and rituals, biblical persons, history of Israel, biblical theology, concepts and symbols, the history of exegesis, and history of religions.
This challenging book presupposes the reader's broad familiarity with New Testament exegesis, Greco-Roman religious beliefs, varying imperial attitudes during the principate, early patristic writings, and even theories about the development of dogma.