Norman A. Beck is the Poehlmann professor of Theology and Classical Languages and the Chairman of the Department of Theology and Philosophy at Texas Lutheran University. He is an ELCA pastor, and in addition to teaching full-time he currently serves as the contract pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church in Denhawken, Texas. His academic degrees include Princeton Theological Seminary (Ph.D.), Trinity Lutheran Seminary (B.D.), Capital University (B.A.), and an honorary D.D. from Trinity Lutheran Seminary. He is the author of three books on the lectionaries published by CSS Publishing, Mature Christianity in the 21st Century published by Crossroad (also published in Germany as Mündiges Christentum im 21. Jahrhundert), and Anti-Roman Cryptograms in the New Testament published by Peter Lang. (from the back cover of Beck's New Testament Translation)
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Title: The New Testament A new translation and redaction that dares to be sensitive, sensitive to anti-Jewish polemic and to sexism, and dares to be innivative for our time by moving back into the past of early church development and forward into the future of the church that is still to come. prepared by Norman A. Beck Poehlmann Professor of Theology and Classical Languages Texas Lutheran University Seguin, Texas 78155 with encouragement and suggestions from many others.
Date: Copyright 2001 (second printing, 2002, third printing 2003, fourth printing 2007)
Publisher: Fairway Press: Lima, Ohio
Contents: New Testament
References: Taliaferro CN00435, Taliaferro-EELBV 8740.
Images: Cover, Title page