By Erland Waltner, J. Daryl Charles
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Since no blocks of biblical text are provided, readers may continue to use the translation with which they are most familiar. The writers of the series use the New Revised Standard Version, the Revised Standard Version, the New International Version, and the New American Standard Bible on a comparative basis. They indicate which text they follow most closely, as well as where they make their own translations. The writers have not worked alone, but in consultation with select counselors, the series' editors, and the Editorial Council.
Swartley and Howard H. Charles (for Matthew), Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Elkhart, Indiana (for both) Page 3 1-2 Peter, Jude 1 Peter Erland Waltner 2 Peter, Jude J. Daryl Charles Page 4 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Waltner, Erland, 1914- [1 Peter] 1-2 Peter, Jude. (Believers church Bible commentary) Includes bibliographical references and index. Daryl Charles. Title: First, Second Peter, Jude. Series. 48-1984. The map "The Circulation of 1 Peter" is adapted from 1 Peter, by Wayne Grudem, Tyndale NT Commentaries, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1988, page 19.
Three different views are possible: (1) Peter the apostle wrote it, as the letter itself claims. (2) It is pseudonymous, written in the name of Peter but by a later hand. (3) It is essentially Petrine but an amanuensis (secretary), possibly Silvanus (5:12), collaborated with Peter in drafting it [Authorship]. D. 62-64 as the time of writing, and the place as Rome, assuming that Babylon (5:13) is a pseudonym for Rome (cf. Rev. 17-18). Calvin argued for a literal Babylon, assuming that Peter had traveled widely, but Luther read Babylon as figurative for Rome.
1-2 Peter, Jude by Erland Waltner, J. Daryl Charles