Biblical theology is notoriously difficult to define. As one clever theologian has quipped, “. . . everyone does that which is right in his or her own eyes and calls it biblical theology.” One reason for the confusion: a slim monograph on the the theme of social justice in the book of Amos, and a massive overview of the entire Bible could both properly be called biblical theology.
How could such a diverse array of resources be a part of the same discipline?