"The epistle of 2 Peter has had a very rough passage down the centuries," says Michael Green in this commentary. "Its entry into the Canon was precarious in the extreme . . . It was deemed second-class Scripture by Luther, rejected Erasmus, and regarded with hesitancy by Calvin."
And about Jude he says, "WE can learn a great deal about a man by listening to what he has to say about himself. Jude makes two significant claims . . . He is a servant of Jesus Christ . . . He is a brother of James" (Jesus' brother).
Explore these ideas and much more by reading Green's excellent commentary.
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The Authorship of 2 Peter
The Occasion and Date of 2 Peter
The False Teaching in 2 Peter and Jude
The Unity of 2 Peter
The Authorship of Jude
The Character of the Letter
The Occasion and Date of Jude
Jude's Use of Apocryphal Books
Jude and 2 Peter: Where Lies the Priority?
2 Peter: Analysis
2 Peter: Commentary