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Ho kyrios teleios

Ho kyrios teleios Author Linda Howard
ISBN-10 9600422907
Release 2003
Pages 419
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Christ and the Law in Matthew

Christ and the Law in Matthew Author Brice L. Martin
ISBN-10 9781579105945
Release 2001-02-20
Pages 264
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Martin argues that Jesus' relationship to the law is not described in terms of keeping (terein), doing (poiein), establishing (histemi), making firm (bebaioun), interpreting (hermeneuein), adding (prostithemi), completing, or making perfect (telein or teleioun), but of fulfilling (pleroun). Jesus' eschatological mission is not in any way to take away from the law, or add a foreign mixture to the law, but to fill the law full, to bring all of it into eschatological fullness. This he does in the events of his coming, his earthly life, death, resurrection, and return, but he also does it with his teaching.



Apocalyptic and the New Testament

Apocalyptic and the New Testament Author Marion L. Soards
ISBN-10 9781474236188
Release 2015-01-29
Pages 368
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A rich collection of essays exploring the meaning of 'apocalyptic' in the New Testament, by a variety of important scholars in the field.



Contested Ethnicities and Images

Contested Ethnicities and Images Author David L. Balch
ISBN-10 3161523369
Release 2015-04-28
Pages 499
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David L. Balch argues that Luke-Acts participates in the ethnic, economic, and political debates of the first century CE. Cities and peoples are to receive immigrating foreigners (Act. 10.28); the proud urban rich are to humble themselves and become one community with the poor. Imperial Rome's expanding to include diverse peoples was the driving force that drove conflicts around ethnic inclusion and exclusion in Rome itself, but also in Athens and Jerusalem. Luke's biography of Jesus narrates him as founder who fulfilled Isaiah's prophecies and changed Moses' laws by receiving foreigners (Luk 4.19), which generated mission growth. Balch also relates New Testament texts to Roman domestic visual representations, presenting e.g. women as priests, believing charismatics parallel to Dionysiac maenads, and Thecla, who belonged to "a category of women [painted by Roman artists] who upset expected forms of conduct" (Bergmann).



Hear Then the Parable

Hear Then the Parable Author Bernard Brandon Scott
ISBN-10 1451404182
Release 1989-01-01
Pages 465
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Hear Then the Parable is an innovative literary-social reading of all the parables of Jesus.



Jesus in His Own Words

Jesus  in His Own Words Author Robert H. Mounce
ISBN-10 9781433669194
Release 2010
Pages 304
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Presents a fresh prosaic interpretation of Christ's life based on all four gospels, allowing the reader to "be there" during Christ's birth and boyhood, at his baptism by John the Baptist, amidst the miracle workings and so on. Original.



Transforming Mission Paradigm Shifts in Theology of Mission

Transforming Mission  Paradigm Shifts in Theology of Mission Author David J. Bosch
ISBN-10 9781608331468
Release 1991
Pages 587
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New Collegeville Bible Commentary Old Testament

New Collegeville Bible Commentary  Old Testament Author Daniel Durken
ISBN-10 9780814635872
Release 2015-12-17
Pages 1696
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Concise and accessible, this one-volume edition of the New Collegeville Bible Commentary: Old Testament draws together the individual contributions to the Old Testament series and offers them to readers in a convenient and attractive format. Written by an array of respected scholars, the individual commentaries collected here bring expert insight into the Old Testament to Bible study participants, teachers, students, preachers, and all readers of Scripture. A first-rate, reliable resource for Bible study and reflection, the New Collegeville Bible Commentary: Old Testament answers the Second Vatican Council’s call to make access to Scripture “open wide to the Christian faithful.”



The Christology of the New Testament

The Christology of the New Testament Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:759805771
Release 1983
Pages 346
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The Greek City States

The Greek City States Author P. J. Rhodes
ISBN-10 9781139462129
Release 2007-04-26
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Political activity and political thinking began in the cities and other states of ancient Greece, and terms such as tyranny, aristocracy, oligarchy, democracy and politics itself are Greek words for concepts first discussed in Greece. Rhodes presents in translation a selection of texts illustrating the formal mechanisms and informal workings of the Greek states in all their variety. From the states described by Homer out of which the classical Greeks believed their states had developed, through the archaic period which saw the rise and fall of tyrants and the gradual broadening of citizen bodies, to the classical period of the fifth and fourth centuries, Rhodes also looks beyond that to the Hellenistic and Roman periods in which the Greeks tried to preserve their way of life in a world of great powers. For this second edition the book has been thoroughly revised and three new chapters added.



How to Enjoy the Bible

How to Enjoy the Bible Author E. W. Bullinger
ISBN-10 1976169380
Release 2017-09-07
Pages 204
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How to Enjoy the Bible is a classic, in-depth guide by E. W. Bullinger, who was one of the leading Biblical scholars of his time. This manual, first published in 1910, is split into two parts: In the first, Bullinger examines the overall picture of the Bible. Its overarching message and qualities as a holy book, and its significance as a communication from God, is discussed. The word is divided into three categories: the Incarnate Word, Written Word and Preached Word - and we hear how the Holy Spirit interpreted and delivered all of these to man. Explaining further his meanings, the author quotes many passages of the Bible as an example of the words, and concludes on the point that whether the word is living or written, the truth is identical. We then proceed to an examination of Jesus Christ in this context, following by a discussion involving rightly dividing the word of God, that readers derive the truth from it. The second part of the book contains twelve distinct lessons - termed 'Canons - concerning the exact words of the Bible. The correct way to understand and reflect upon a given passage's message is detailed via use of example; the author selects a sequence of verses and demonstrates how to infer the meaning. Later in this part, Bullinger collects and arranges verses according to their topics. The contrasts between the Old and New Testament, and the structure of each Biblical book is analyzed and compared. The author also devises short, abbreviating descriptions for a series of passages. Bible vocabulary, in particular the more cryptic terms and words which appear in the texts, is demystified with explanations of the phonetic Hebrew. Born in Canterbury, England, E. W. Bullinger spent his life investigating the Bible and working in the Anglican church. Trained in theology at King's College, London, he was involved in the inter-denominational disputes of the 19th century and became a noted theologian in the dispensationalist school of thought. Although scholarly in tone, this classic Bible study guide also contains simple and true statements: "The Bible simply claims to be the Word of God. It does not attempt to establish its claim, or seek to prove it. It merely assumes it and asserts it. It is for us to believe it or to leave it."



Showing the Spirit

Showing the Spirit Author D. A. Carson
ISBN-10 0801025214
Release 1996-08-01
Pages 230
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Partisans on both sides of charismatic issues are challenged by the even-handed consideration of nuances in the Greek text in these three crucial chapters.



A Grammar of Biblical Hebrew

A Grammar of Biblical Hebrew Author Jouon Paul
ISBN-10 9788876536298
Release 2006
Pages 772
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The first edition of 1991 was based on the original work in French by Paul Joüon published for the first time in 1923. This edition brings the work up to the present by taking account of developments in our understanding of the Hebrew language during the intervening years. For the first time the work is presented in a single volume.--From publisher description.



The Name of God Y eH oW aH Which is pronounced as it is Written I Eh oU Ah

The Name of God Y eH oW aH Which is pronounced as it is Written I Eh oU Ah Author Gerard Gertoux
ISBN-10 9781329205055
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Dictionary of Deities and Demons in the Bible

Dictionary of Deities and Demons in the Bible Author Karel van der Toorn
ISBN-10 0802824919
Release 1999
Pages 960
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The Dictionary of Deities and Demons in the Bible (DDD) is the single major reference work on the gods, angels, demons, spirits, and semidivine heroes whose names occur in the biblical books. Book jacket.



Keep in Step with the Spirit

Keep in Step with the Spirit Author J. I. Packer
ISBN-10 9780801065583
Release 2005-05-01
Pages 256
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One of Christianity's greatest scholars makes the person and power of the Holy Spirit accessible to all who strive for a closer walk with God.



We Become What We Worship

We Become What We Worship Author G. K. Beale
ISBN-10 9780830878086
Release 2009-09-20
Pages 341
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The heart of the biblical understanding of idolatry, argues Gregory Beale, is that we take on the characteristics of what we worship. Employing Isaiah 6 as his interpretive lens, Beale demonstrates that this understanding of idolatry permeates the whole canon, from Genesis to Revelation. Beale concludes with an application of the biblical notion of idolatry to the challenges of contemporary life.