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Christ And The Law In Matthew

Author : Brice L. Martin
ISBN : 9781579105945
Genre : Religion
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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.

Man Myth Magic

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ISBN : IND:39000005735183
Genre : Demonology
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Brother Of Jesus Friend Of God

Author : Luke Timothy Johnson
ISBN : 0802809863
Genre : Religion
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Publisher's description: The letter of James has enjoyed a colorful history, with its background and significance widely debated over the centuries. In this book an outstanding scholar of the New Testament offers new and selected studies of James that show its roots in antiquity and its importance for Christian history and theology. Luke Timothy Johnson explores the letter of James from a variety of perspectives. After a general introduction to James, he looks at its history of interpretation. Johnson then examines James's social and historical situation, its place within Scripture, and its use of the sayings of Jesus. Several exegetical studies take care to place James in the context of Hellenistic moral discourse. Two concluding essays look at the themes of friendship and gender in James. While seemingly of interest only to professionals, Johnson's Brother of Jesus, Friend of God will also be accessible to general readers serious about Bible study, and church groups will find this volume to be a fruitful entry into an important portion of the New Testament.

Apocalyptic And The New Testament

Author : Marion L. Soards
ISBN : 9781474236188
Genre : Religion
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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.

First Corinthians

Author : Joseph A. Fitzmyer
ISBN : 9780300152258
Genre : Religion
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In this volume, Joseph A. Fitzmyer provides a new commentary on one of the most important and beloved books of the Bible. A biblical masterpiece and a seminal contribution to Christian theology, First Corinthians was written by St. Paul to the congregation at Corinth in response to a letter asking him for clarification of some of his teachings. In it, Paul discusses the basic tenets of Christian faith, including the Lord's Supper and the Resurrection, and addresses questions about marriage, celibacy, and other down-to-earth matters of moral conduct and Christian living. It also contains Paul's memorable definition of Christian love.

Contested Ethnicities And Images

Author : David L. Balch
ISBN : 3161523369
Genre : Religion
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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).

Studies In The History Of Religions

Author : Leopold Sabourin
ISBN : 9004036563
Genre : Priesthood
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Priesthood

Author : Léopold Sabourin
ISBN : 9004036563
Genre : Religion
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New Testament Abstracts

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105126615876
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