Word without end: the Old Testament as abiding theological witness

Christopher Seitz
Baylor University Press

This book advocates a canonical approach to biblical interpretation, one that does not allow the New Testament to eclipse the interpretation of the Old Testament. In so doing, Seitz directly challenges the way in which the Old Testament is currently being read and taught in theological seminaries. By attending to theology, exegesis, and practice - the three divisions of the book - Seitz models a reading of the Old Testament as Scripture that lays out a theological foundation for the life of the church.