The Letters of 2 Peter and Jude

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Index of Subjects
Aaron, 67-68
Abel, 134
Abraham, 4, 276
Adam, 275-76
adultery, 240, 243
Ahab, 218
amanuensis, 128
Andronicus, 262
angels, 80, 242; fallen, 31, 52-53, 285-86; imprisonment of, 49-51, 157, 225-33; slandering of, 21, 56-59, 234-26
animals, 251-52, 294
antinomianism, 22, 88
Antiochus Ephiphanes, 181
apostasy, 49-51, 250-51
apostles, 14-16, 85-86, 123, 160-61, 202, 217, 259-62, 298-300, 307-8
Aquila, 211, 290
Artemis/Diana, 203
Athanasius, 122
authority, rejection of, 55-56, 68, 114-15, 233
Baʿal, 217, 224
Balaam, 66-68, 74, 84, 138, 214-15, 24145, 253-56, 311
baptism, 124, 171, 186, 195; of Jesus, 199, 205
Barnabas, 262, 311
blindness, moral, 186
bribes, 84
brotherly kindness, 182-83
Caesar, as lord, 30, 45, 152, 154, 161, 164, 190, 246, 261
Cain, 65, 68, 134, 241
call/calling, 36-38, 169-71, 187-88
canon, 76-77, 121-22, 158, 307
Christians, as new Israel, 2-4, 22, 39, 47
Clement of Alexandria, 7, 197
Codex Panopolitanus, 77
condemnation, 43-44, 224
conversion, 165-66, 185, 251
corruption, 174-77, 247-49
creation, narrative of, 268-71
David, 191, 195
“Day of God,” 289
Day of Judgment, 273-74, 276
“day of the Lord,” 51, 127, 150, 157, 256-93
“delay argument,” 263, 267, 277-82
deliverance, 156, 231-32
deluge. See flood
demon, 250
desires, of false teachers: in Jude, 63-64, 83, 88, 90-91; in 2 Peter, 174-76, 23233, 237, 245, 247, 260, 263, 287
destruction, 237-38, 270-71, 287-88
devil, 59-63, 75, 138
divine nature, 172-74, 176-77
Domitian, 11, 36
doxology: in Jude, 93, 106-17; in Paul’s letters, 106-8, 112-15; in 2 Peter, 1078, 112-15, 309, 314, 317

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Pillar New Testament Commentary i
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Series Preface viii
  • Author’s Preface x
  • Abbreviations xii
  • Select Bibliography xxi
  • General Introduction 1
  • The Letter of Jude 5
  • Introduction to Jude 7
  • Commentary on Jude 33
  • The Letter of 2 Peter 119
  • Introduction to 2 Peter 121
  • Commentary on 2 Peter 159
  • Index of Modern Authors 319
  • Index of Subjects 322
  • Index of Scripture References 327
  • Index of Extrabiblical Literature 341
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