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Jesus and God in Paul"s Eschatology (JSNT Supplement)

Kreitzer

Jesus and God in Paul"s Eschatology (JSNT Supplement)

by Kreitzer

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Published by Sheffield Academic Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity,
  • Religion - Biblical Studies,
  • Bible - Study - General,
  • Biblical teaching,
  • Eschatology,
  • Eschatology, Jewish,
  • Religion

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8968938M
    ISBN 10185075067X
    ISBN 109781850750673

    THE ESCHATOLOGY OF PAUL. BY PROFESSOR SANIUEL MACCONIB, I).D., Queen's University, Kingston, Canada. OTHER-WORLDLINESS was the prevailing note of the primitive church. Believing, as it did, that the extraordinary events of the time betokened a speedy end of the world, it rose above the visible order, and threw forward its intensest interest and. Paul versus the Book of Revelation and Jesus. In contrast to Paul, Revelation's end-time teaching did not permit any opportunity for a rapture of Christians before or after Jesus' Second Coming. Paul is the sole source of the idea that Christians are raptured when Jesus Christ returns. (1 Thess. ).

      Introduction The dominant worldview of Jesus, Paul, and the contemporary Hebrews was that of apocalyptic-eschatology. The prophets of the Hebrew Bible had spoken of the coming Kingdom of God and Jesus had declared himself a prophet who was the sign that the time of the end was coming for the world. Jesus, Paul, and their contemporary Judaism all have something to say about the Hebrew . Publisher's Description. Richard B. Gaffin Jr., Professor of Systematic Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, describes this book in the foreword as “a classic of unprecedented insight into the structure of Paul's theology.”Vos's basic thesis is that to unfold Paul's eschatology is to set forth his theology as a whole, not just his teaching on Christ's return.

    Ben Wetherington takes a hard look at the Gospel texts and makes a thorough and critical assessment of Paul's eschatology. For each topic examined; the language of imminence, the dominion of God, the community of Christ, the Israel of God, the day of the Lord and the resurrection of the dead; he compares and contrasts Jesus and Paul. The result is an important contribution to our understanding Pages:   For our God, Jesus the Christ, was conceived by Mary according to God’s plan In he states: Consequently all magic and every kind of spell were dissolved, the ignorance so characteristic of wickedness vanished, and the ancient kingdom was abolished, when God appeared in human form to bring the newness of eternal life.


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Jesus and God in Paul"s Eschatology (JSNT Supplement) by Kreitzer Download PDF EPUB FB2

The term “eschatology” comes from two Greek terms e[scato" and lovgo" meaning (roughly speaking) “last, end, or final” and “study of,” respectively. Theologically speaking, then, the term eschatology refers to “the study of final things” in the Bible.

It concerns both personal eschatological issues such as death and the intermediate state as well as themes with a more general.

Israel’s God, the creator, would act at last, in a new Exodus, a new victory, a new creation. Paul: New Creation. I have argued elsewhere that Paul retrieved and transformed the ancient Jewish eschatology around his belief that the creator God had inaugurated the new age through the messianic events concerning Jesus and the Spirit.

Jesus and God in Paul's eschatology. [L Joseph Kreitzer] Book: All Authors / Contributors: L Joseph Kreitzer. Find more information about Description: pages ; 22 cm: Contents: God, the messiah and the temporary kingdom in Jewish pseudepigraphal literature --The parousia and the final judgment in Paul --The messiah and the.

Jesus and God in Paul's Eschatology. Book Details. Series: The Library of New Testament Studies Categories: End Times/Eschatology Pauline Studies. Book Information. This probe into Paul's theology argues that in his eschatological thinking there is a conceptual overlap between Jesus and God.

As in several pseudepigraphical texts, there is Author: Larry Joseph Kreitzer. Get this from a library. Jesus and God in Paul's eschatology. [L Joseph Kreitzer] -- This probe into Paul's theology argues that in his eschatological thinking there is a conceptual overlap between Jesus and God.

As in several pseudepigraphical texts, there is in Paul a certain. Jesus and God in Paul's Eschatology (Journal for the study of the New Testament) Hardcover – February 1, by Kreitzer (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from 4/5(1). About Jesus and God in Paul's Eschatology. This probe into Paul's theology argues that in his eschatological thinking there is a conceptual overlap between Jesus and God.

As in several pseudepigraphical texts, there is in Paul a certain identification. The Hardcover of the Jesus and God in Paul's Eschatology by Larry Joseph Kreitzer at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more.

Due to COVID, orders may be : Larry Joseph Kreitzer. A similar phenomenon occurs where Paul transforms the OT idea of the Day of the Lord into an expectation of the Day of the Lord Jesus Christ (1 Cor. ; and similar phrases in 1 Cor. ; Phil. 10, etc.).

And in other passages such as Rom. and Phil. –11 OT references to Yahweh become for Paul references to the Lord Jesus.

Luke wrote both the Gospel of Luke and the book of Acts. In Acts 9 Luke records the events surrounding Paul's conversion. We see that Jesus himself called Paul and sent him to be an apostle. If Paul and Jesus are not in agreement, then why would Jesus call Paul to be his apostle. Jesus is God in flesh and would, therefore, know all things.

In regards to Paul’s eschatology, Wright maintains that Paul believed that Jesus was the Messiah promised by God to Israel, and that his death and resurrection in particular, constituted the great apocalyptic event through which God’s hidden plan was at last revealed to Israel and, through the preaching of the gospel, to the world (59).

Jesus and God in Paul's Eschatology (The Library of New Testament Studies) by Larry Joseph Kreitzer (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

Cited by: 8. But as a matter of fact, both Paul and Jesus reserved the term Father for the relation in which God stands to the disciples of Jesus.

One passage, indeed (Matt. 45; Luke vi. 35), has been quoted as making God the Father of all men. But only by a strange misinterpi-etation. The signification of the resurrection is that just as God raised Jesus Christ from the dead, so also shall we be raised from the dead (Wilmoth,Paul’s Theology on Eschatology).

The same Spirit that was in Christ, which raised him from the dead. “Both Jesus and Paul dismissed what they saw as the Pharisaic concern for the scrupulous observance of the Jewish Law as a way to obtain a right standing before God.” Have to disagree with that one.

I don’t think Jesus “dismissed” the Pharisee’s praxis so much as he didn’t concern himself with it. The Context: the persecution of Christians and the obstacles in front of the evangelization i.e.

against Christ and God; then the influence of the apocalyptic tradition in regard of the verdict and last judgment: (Is ; ; see the prophecy of Jesus in regard of the destruction of Jerusalem and the end of times). Paul’s trinitarian benediction (“The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ and the love of God and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you all,” 2 Cor ) was preceded by Jesus’s charge to his disciples to baptize “in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” (Matt ).

James Tabor is, in my estimation, one of the best living scholars of Christian origins. I really loved his earlier book, The Jesus Dynsasty, and have been intending to read Paul and Jesus for several years.

Tabor's main thesis in Paul and Jesus is largely uncontroversial among contemporary academic scholars of early Christianity: Paul invented Christianity.4/5. to do with the establishment of that which God has always intended.2 The question that must now be considered is how eschatological teaching is set forth in the fourth gospel.

A Summary of the "Critical Problems" To announce a subject such as "Eschatology in John's Gospel" atFile Size: 87KB. Jesus and God in Paul's Eschatology: LNTS: Bavinck, Herman: The Last Things: Hope for This World and the Next: Tabb, Brian J.

All Things New: Revelation as Canonical Capstone: NSBT: Long, Phillip J. Jesus the Bridegroom: The Origin of the Eschatological Feast as a Wedding Banquet in the Synoptic Gospels:.

ABSTRACT The Eschatology of the Apostle Paul.(April I) Jason E. Knott Department of History Texas A&M University Fellows Advisor: Dr. Stephen Oberhelman Department of Modern and Classical Languages Escharr&logy in Christian theology means doctrines about the return of Christ to Earth and matters related to that return, such as the resurrection of the dead, final.History.

Eschatology is an ancient branch of study in Christian theology, informed by Biblical texts such as the Olivet discourse, The Sheep and the Goats, and other discourses of end times by Jesus, with the doctrine of the Second Coming discussed by Paul the Apostle and Ignatius of Antioch (c.

35– AD), then given more consideration by the Christian apologist, Justin Martyr (c. –). Apart from the sacraments, there is probably no division of systematic theology that is the source of more controversy than eschatology (the doctrine of the last things).

Among believing Christians, one finds amillennialists, postmillennialists, and premillennialists. Among premillennialists, there are disputes over the relationship between the “rapture” and the “great Author: Keith Mathison.