Donald Guthrie

Donald Guthrie (1915-1992) was a conservative New Testament scholar. Guthrie received his B.D., Th.M., and Ph.D. from the University of London. From 1949 until his retirement in 1982 Guthrie was lecturer in New Testament studies at London Bible College (now London School of Theology), and from 1978 to 1982 served as vice-principal of the college. Guthrie is well known for his magisterial works New Testament Introduction and New Testament Theology, which some evangelicals believe to be among the more significant books related to the New Testament.

Guthrie has made lecture tours to the United States and is a member of the Society for New Testament Studies.

The Pastoral Epistles (Tyndale New Testament Commentary, 2007)

Hebrews (Tyndale New Testament Commentary, 2007)

ferguson backgrounds of early christianityNew Testament Introduction (1990)

New Testament Theology (1981)

A Shorter Life of Christ (1970)


The Relevance of John's Apocalypse (1987)

Bible guide to Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians (1985)

Teaching of the New Testament (1983)

Jesus the Messiah (1982)

The Apostles (companion vol. to Jesus the Messiah, 1981)

Galatians (New Century Bible Commentary, 1980)

Exploring God's Word: A Guide to John's Gospel (1987)

The Authorship and Integrity of the New Testament (with Kurt Aland, Theological Collections, 4, 1965) [TOP]

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