Question about this resource - Encountering the New Testament: A Historical and Theological Survey, 3rd ed.

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Mattillo | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Jun 22 2020 10:14 AM

Just curious... whoever owns this resource the product page mentions that images aren't included.

What I'm curious about is if that is just pictures?  Are charts and graphs still visible?  Maps?  Or is it any type of image?  I'm mostly curious if maps/charts are included?

Thank you in advance

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Robert Neely | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jun 22 2020 5:23 PM

seems to have plenty of images to me. Very nice resource. Here are the credits:

Credits


Unless otherwise indicated, photos, illustrations, and maps are © Baker Photo Archive.

The Baker Photo Archive acknowledges the following institutions and individuals.

Images on pages 12, 141, 149 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of Sola Scriptura: the Van Kampen Collection on display at the Holy Land Experience, Orlando, Florida.
Image on page 27 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel.
Images on pages 64 and 95 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Turkish Ministry of Antiquities and the Antalya Museum.
Images on pages 65, 185 (Anisthenes), 259 (pen), and 350 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the British Museum, London.
Images on pages 87, 150, 169, 213, and 242 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Vatican Museum, Rome.
Images on pages 98, 182 (Tiberius), and 293 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Turkish Ministry of Antiquities and the Istanbul Archaeological Museum.
Image on page 144 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Oriental Institute Museum, University of Chicago.
Images on pages 182 (Domitian) and 227 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Greek Ministry of Antiquities and the Ephesus Archaeological Museum.
Image on page 182 (Nero) © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Greek Ministry of Antiquities and the Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth.
Image on page 185 (Zeno) © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Antikensammlung, Berlin.
Images on pages 200 and 331 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Holyland Hotel. Reproduction of the City of Jerusalem at the time of the Second Temple, located on the grounds of the Holyland Hotel, Jerusalem, 2001. Present location: The Israel Museum, Jerusalem.
Image on page 246 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Musée du Louvre; Autorisation de photographer et de filmer. Louvre, Paris, France.
Image on page 303 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Greek Ministry of Antiquities and the Archaeology Museum of Thessaloniki.
Image on page 316 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Greek Ministry of Antiquities and the Delphi Museum.
Image on page 344 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the The Yigal Allon Centre, Kibbutz Ginosar, Israel.
Image on page 363 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Gemäldegalerie, Berlin.

Additional Image Credits

Image on page 2 © Ijon/Wikimedia Commons, CC-by-sa-3.0.
Image on page 6 © Gunnar Bach Pedersen. Courtesy of the Bode Museum, Berlin/Wikimedia Commons.
Image on page 8 © Dr. James C. Martin. Collection the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, and courtesy the Israel Antiquities Authority, exhibited at the Shrine of the Book, Jerusalem.
Images on pages 76, 85 (courtesy of the British Museum), 118, 186–87, 216, 233, 259 (inkpot; courtesy of the British Museum), 270, 294 (courtesy of the Ephesus Archaeological Museum), 295 © Kim Walton.
Images on pages 126 and 228 © Dr. James C. Martin. Collection the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, and courtesy the Israel Antiquities Authority, exhibited at the Rockefeller Museum, Jerusalem.
Images on pages 129, 160, 194, 198, 201, and 256 © The Yorck Project/Wikimedia Commons.
Image on page 133 © David Castor/Wikimedia Commons.
Image on page 143 © H. Rousseau/E. Thomas, Album du Centenaire, 1889; photograph by Havang/Wikimedia Commons.
Image on page 156 © Nils E/Wikimedia Commons
Image on page 170 © The Bridgeman Art Library. French Photographer (19th century)/Private Collection/Archives Charmet.
Image on page 197 © Adriatikus/Wikimedia Commons, CC-by-sa-3.0.
Image on page 204 © Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, USA/The Bridgeman Art Library.
Image on page 211 © Todd Bolen/BiblePlaces.com.
Image on page 212 © Museo della Civilta Romana, Rome, Italy/The Bridgeman Art Library.
Image on page 258 © Bernard Gagnon/Wikimedia Commons, CC-by-sa-3.0.
Image on page 265 © Marie-Lan Nguyen/Wikimedia Commons. Courtesy of the Louvre.
Image on page 266 © Jensens/Wikimedia Commons.
Image on page 337 © Marsyas/Wikimedia Commons, CC-by-sa-3.0.

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Matt Hamrick | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jun 22 2020 5:29 PM

There are images in the 2nd edition but I was told the 3rd edition they were removing the images.

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Dale E Heath | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jun 22 2020 8:39 PM

These are the 3rd edition credits. You can compare them with the above.

Credits

Unless otherwise indicated, photos, illustrations, and maps are © Baker Photo Archive.

The Baker Photo Archive acknowledges the following institutions and individuals.

Images on pages 12, 141, 149 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of Sola Scriptura: the Van Kampen Collection on display at the Holy Land Experience, Orlando, Florida.
Image on page 27 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel.
Images on pages 64 and 95 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Turkish Ministry of Antiquities and the Antalya Museum.
Images on pages 65, 185 (Anisthenes), 259 (pen), and 350 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the British Museum, London.
Images on pages 87, 150, 169, 213, and 242 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Vatican Museum, Rome.
Images on pages 98, 182 (Tiberius), and 293 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Turkish Ministry of Antiquities and the Istanbul Archaeological Museum.
Image on page 144 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Oriental Institute Museum, University of Chicago.
Images on pages 182 (Domitian) and 227 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Greek Ministry of Antiquities and the Ephesus Archaeological Museum.
Image on page 182 (Nero) © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Greek Ministry of Antiquities and the Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth.
Image on page 185 (Zeno) © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Antikensammlung, Berlin.
Images on pages 200 and 331 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Holyland Hotel. Reproduction of the City of Jerusalem at the time of the Second Temple, located on the grounds of the Holyland Hotel, Jerusalem, 2001. Present location: The Israel Museum, Jerusalem.
Image on page 246 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Musée du Louvre; Autorisation de photographer et de filmer. Louvre, Paris, France.
Image on page 303 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Greek Ministry of Antiquities and the Archaeology Museum of Thessaloniki.
Image on page 316 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Greek Ministry of Antiquities and the Delphi Museum.
Image on page 344 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the The Yigal Allon Centre, Kibbutz Ginosar, Israel.
Image on page 363 © Baker Photo Archive. Courtesy of the Gemäldegalerie, Berlin.

Additional Image Credits

Image on page 2 © Ijon/Wikimedia Commons, CC-by-sa-3.0.
Image on page 6 © Gunnar Bach Pedersen. Courtesy of the Bode Museum, Berlin/Wikimedia Commons.
Image on page 8 © Dr. James C. Martin. Collection the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, and courtesy the Israel Antiquities Authority, exhibited at the Shrine of the Book, Jerusalem.
Images on pages 76, 85 (courtesy of the British Museum), 118, 186–87, 216, 233, 259 (inkpot; courtesy of the British Museum), 270, 294 (courtesy of the Ephesus Archaeological Museum), 295 © Kim Walton.
Images on pages 126 and 228 © Dr. James C. Martin. Collection the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, and courtesy the Israel Antiquities Authority, exhibited at the Rockefeller Museum, Jerusalem.
Images on pages 129, 160, 194, 198, 201, and 256 © The Yorck Project/Wikimedia Commons.
Image on page 133 © David Castor/Wikimedia Commons.
Image on page 143 © H. Rousseau/E. Thomas, Album du Centenaire, 1889; photograph by Havang/Wikimedia Commons.
Image on page 156 © Nils E/Wikimedia Commons
Image on page 170 © The Bridgeman Art Library. French Photographer (19th century)/Private Collection/Archives Charmet.
Image on page 197 © Adriatikus/Wikimedia Commons, CC-by-sa-3.0.
Image on page 204 © Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, USA/The Bridgeman Art Library.
Image on page 211 © Todd Bolen/BiblePlaces.com.
Image on page 212 © Museo della Civilta Romana, Rome, Italy/The Bridgeman Art Library.
Image on page 258 © Bernard Gagnon/Wikimedia Commons, CC-by-sa-3.0.
Image on page 265 © Marie-Lan Nguyen/Wikimedia Commons. Courtesy of the Louvre.
Image on page 266 © Jensens/Wikimedia Commons.
Image on page 337 © Marsyas/Wikimedia Commons, CC-by-sa-3.0.

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Mattillo | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jun 22 2020 9:08 PM

Thank you  Do you have the third edition in Logos? Can you confirm if maps and charts are still there?

edit: my worry is that they left the credit pages in there and just removed the actual images. Question is are maps and charts images. :)

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Robert Neely | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jun 23 2020 3:20 AM

Yes, I have the 3rd edition.  There are plenty of maps and charts in the 3rd edition.  The credits have links to the images and everything in the credits is in the book.

You always have the option to return the book if you are not satisfied.  I don't think you will be disappointed though.

ENCOUNTERING
the NEW TESTAMENT

A HISTORICAL AND THEOLOGICAL SURVEY

THIRD EDITION


Walter A. Elwell
Robert W. Yarbrough

here are 3 examples.

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Mattillo | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jun 23 2020 6:17 AM

Robert Neely:

Yes, I have the 3rd edition.  There are plenty of maps and charts in the 3rd edition.  The credits have links to the images and everything in the credits is in the book.

You always have the option to return the book if you are not satisfied.  I don't think you will be disappointed though.

That's awesome!  Thank you Mr. Neely (and everyone else!)

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