Transfiguration E-book

A while back I wrote a series of posts on the subject of the Transfiguration and the Christian reading of Scripture for Reformation21. Tony Reinke has very kindly formed the posts into an e-book, entitled Transfigured Hermeneutics, which the Reformed Resources site is offering as a free download.

Within the e-book, I sketch an approach to the reading of Scripture that takes its starting point in the event of the Transfiguration, arguing that this event has a greater significance in New Testament thought than is commonly appreciated.

Download a copy for yourself and pass it on!

If you are interested in reading any of my other past guest posts, they are all listed here.

UPDATE: You can also download the file here.

About Alastair Roberts

Alastair Roberts (PhD, Durham University) writes in the areas of biblical theology and ethics, but frequently trespasses beyond these bounds. He participates in the weekly Mere Fidelity podcast, blogs at Alastair’s Adversaria, and tweets at @zugzwanged.
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7 Responses to Transfiguration E-book

  1. Craig Beard says:

    I hate to seem like a complainer, but I was disappointed that I was going to have to provide credit card information (in addition to contact information beyond an email address) in order to get the “Transfigured” e-book. Plenty of businesses already have that information, and I’m reluctant to increase the number that do (especially for an item that costs $0.00). Is there another way to make the e-book available? Thanks.

  2. Alisa says:

    I enjoyed reading this on Reformation21 originally, and am grateful to have a download to share with others. Thanks for making it available!

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