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That the purpose of God is achieved despite adverse circumstances and deplorable individual behavior is illustrated also by Matthew in the presentation of Jesus' genealogy. In the first verse of his Gospel, Matthew said Jesus is a descendant of both David and Abraham. The significance of those designations for Matthew's portrait of Jesus will be explored subsequently. For now suffice it to say that His Abrahamic and Davidic lineage involved not a few distressing twists and turns which nevertheless did not deter the outworking of the divine plan.
To examine special revelation, the theologian must investigate the contents of the Scriptures. This is exegesis. Then specific passages must be examined in light of the theological framework of the specific work of the writer of Scripture. This is biblical theology. This step attempts to prevent the theologian from taking passages out of context or bending passages of Scripture to fit a personal theology. The role of biblical theologians is a difficult one. On the one hand, the exegete may think that some of the ramifications of the debate have not been taken seriously by biblical theologians.
Of Aberdeen in Scotland) is professor of New Testament Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. His books include Proclamation from Prophecy and Pattern (1987); Luke, 2 vols. (1994, 1995); and Luke (1994). He is also coeditor of Dispensationalism, Israel, and the Church: The Search for Definition (1992) and coauthor of Progressive Dispensa- tionalism (1993), as well as a contributor to many other books. " It is the investigation of God and His universe. Thus, theology involves observing special revelation, God's inspired Word, and natural revelation-God's creation-and their relationship to each other.