The Interpreter s Bible General articles on the New Testament Matthew Mark

The Interpreter s Bible  General articles on the New Testament  Matthew  Mark Author George Arthur Buttrick
ISBN-10 UOM:39015015228862
Release 1986-12
Pages 917
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The Interpreter s Bible General articles on the New Testament Matthew Mark

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ISBN-10 LCCN:51012276
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The New Interpreter s Bible General Articles on the New Testament Matthew Mark

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ISBN-10 LCCN:94021092
Release 1998
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The New Interpreter s Bible

The New Interpreter s Bible Author
ISBN-10 0687278147
Release 1994
Pages 744
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The New Interpreter s Bible Introduction to apocalyptic literature Daniel The twelve prophets v 8 New Testament articles Matthew Mark

The New Interpreter s Bible  Introduction to apocalyptic literature  Daniel  The twelve prophets  v  8  New Testament articles  Matthew  Mark Author Abingdon Press
ISBN-10 UOM:49015002752302
Release 1996
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Perspectives on Church Government

Perspectives on Church Government Author Chad Brand
ISBN-10 9781433669149
Release 2004-07-01
Pages 368
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Perspectives on Church Government presents in counterpoint form the basic models of church government which have developed over the course of church history with a view toward determining which is most faithful to Scripture. Each chapter will be written by a prominent person from within each tradition—with specific guidelines dealing with the biblical, historical, and theological issues within each governance tradition. In addition, each writer will have the opportunity to give a brief response to the other traditions.



Interpreter s Bible

Interpreter s Bible Author George Arthur Buttrick
ISBN-10 OCLC:953179852
Release 1953
Pages 1176
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"How to use the Interpreter's Bible [by] George Arthur Buttrick." (16 p.) inserted in v. 8. Includes bibliographies. v. 1. General articles on the Bible. General articles on the Old Testament. Genesis. Exodus.--v. 2. Leviticus. Numbers. Deuteronomy. Joshua. Judges. Ruth. Samuel.--v. 3. Kings. Chronicles. Ezra. Nehemiah. Esther. Job.--v. 4. Psalms. Proverbs.--v. 5. Ecclesiastes. Song of songs. Isaiah. Jeremiah.--v. 6. Lamentations. Ezekiel. Daniel. Hosea. Joel. Amos. Obadiah. Jonah. Micah. Nahum. Habakkuk. Zephaniah. Haggai. Zechariah. Malachi.--v. 7. General articles on the New Testament. Matthew. Mark.--v. 8. Luke. John.--v. 9. Acts. Romans.--v. 10. Corinthians. Galatians. Ephesians.--v. 11. Philippians. Colossians. Thessalonians. Timothy. Titus. Philemon. Hebrews.--v. 12. James. Peter. John. Jude. Revelation. General articles. Indexes.



Balthasar and Anxiety

Balthasar and Anxiety Author John Cihak
ISBN-10 9780567628176
Release 2011-10-20
Pages 304
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This study offers a theological response to the problem of anxiety from the point of view of Hans Urs von Balthasar. It is a systematic presentation, analysis and development of Balthasar's original theology of anxiety found in his only work on the subject, Der Christ und die Angst. The study takes a thematic approach based upon the four types of analysis found in Der Christ und die Angst: phenomenological, anthropological, theological and ecclesial. These four approaches to the topic correspond to the phenomenon, origins, redemption and transformation of anxiety. Through this thematic approach, Balthasar's thought is examined in relation to some of the important figures on anxiety. The phenomenon of anxiety is presented in relation to modern psychiatry. The examination of anxiety's origins places him in dialogue with Kierkegaard on anxiety from discursive reasoning and Freud on anxiety from ego-consciousness. The redemption of anxiety places Balthasar in relation to Aquinas in order to clarify Balthasar's interpretation and to show its significance in the theological tradition. The transformation of anxiety places our author in dialogue with Luther on the shape of anxiety in the Christian life. The final chapter begins to unravel the construct of anxiety, with a brief exploration of how it is transformed in the Church according to Balthasar, something he had never explicitly developed. The influence of Bernanos on Balthasar's thought is felt throughout the study. The entire study is framed by the two Gardens wherein transpire the most significant events concerning anxiety for Balthasar: the Garden of Eden and the Garden of Gethsemane.



The Living Church

The Living Church Author
ISBN-10 WISC:89062388434
Release 1951
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Angels

Angels Author George J. Marshall
ISBN-10 9781476609584
Release 1999-03-01
Pages 485
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In the 1990s alone, more than 400 works on angels were published, adding to an already burgeoning genre. Throughout the centuries angels have been featured in, among others, theological works on scripture; studies in comparative religions; works on art, architecture and music; philological studies; philosophical, sociological, anthropological, archeological and psychological works; and even a psychoanalytical study of the implications that our understanding of angels has for our understanding of sexual differences. This bibliography lists 4,355 works alphabetically by author. Each entry contains a source for the reference, often a Library of Congress call number followed by the name of a university that holds the work. More than 750 of the entries are annotated. Extensive indexes to names, subjects and centuries provide further utility.



The Living Church Annual

The Living Church Annual Author
ISBN-10 WISC:89064487184
Release 1957
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Empowering Hispanic Leaders

Empowering Hispanic Leaders Author Victor H. Cuartas
ISBN-10 9780982087558
Release 2009
Pages 234
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The estimated Hispanic population of the United States was 45.5 million in 2007, making people of Hispanic origin the nation's largest ethnic or race minority. Hispanics constitute 15 percent of the nation's total population. The Latino population in the United States will triple in size, and according to the Census projections, Hispanics will make up 29 percent of the United States population by 2050. This book offers suggestions for training Hispanic leaders who will be involved in ministry in various regions of the United States. The findings of this research project produced information, understanding, and direction that can contribute to the imperative efforts to train emerging leaders for Hispanic groups everywhere. The principles revealed in this study of Hispanic leadership training will prove effective in empowering leaders of other groups in the United States and other countries.



The Interpreter s Bible

The Interpreter s Bible Author George Arthur Buttrick
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105061304338
Release 1951-06
Pages 1144
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Self Exposed

Self Exposed Author Clay A. Henry
ISBN-10 9781632328427
Release 2014-09-02
Pages 308
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The Way of the Cross Is the Way of Joy What did Jesus mean when He told us to deny ourselves and take up a cross (Matthew 16:24)? The idea evokes images of Christians who sigh and moan, "This [fill in the blank with the bothersome circumstance of the day] is just my cross to bear." Or perhaps we think that those who take these commands most literally will unhappily walk the streets dragging wooden beams. Self Exposed presents an entirely different picture. By viewing the dynamic nature of the spiritual self through in-depth exposition and analysis, author Clay Henry shows that embracing Jesus' directives bring freedom and joy! When we deny ourselves and pick up a cross, we release control of our lives. As Henry points out, a person who was crucified no longer directs his or her future. Carrying a cross releases us to follow Jesus wholeheartedly, to grow in faith, and to live an increasingly, meaningful life on earth.



Israel the Church and Millenarianism

Israel  the Church  and Millenarianism Author Steven D. Aguzzi
ISBN-10 9781317111900
Release 2017-07-28
Pages 336
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Since the calls of the Second Vatican Council, Roman Catholic theologians have sought to overcome an overarching problem facing Jewish–Christian relations, the concept of "supersessionism"; the idea that God has revoked the spiritual and historical promises made to the Jewish people in favour of granting those same privileges to a predominantly Gentile Church. Israel, the Church, and Millenarianism breaks new ground by applying an ancient principle to the problem of Israel’s "replacement": the early Church’s promotion of millennialism. Utilizing the best in Patristic research, Aguzzi argues that these earliest Christian traditions made room for the future of Israel because Christ’s reign in the Church was viewed as provisional to his historical reign on earth—Israel’s role in salvation history was and is not yet complete. Aguzzi’s research also opens the door for a greater Catholic understanding of the millennial principle, not shying away from its validity and relevance for understanding the importance of safeguarding Jewish particularity, while concluding that the Synagogue and the Church are indeed on a parallel trajectory; "...what will their...[Israel’s]...acceptance be but life from the dead?" (Romans 11:15). Ultimately, the divine will is fulfilled through both Christian and Jewish means, in history, while each community is dependent, in different ways, upon the unfolding of God’s future and the coming Parousia of Christ.



Catalog of Copyright Entries Third Series

Catalog of Copyright Entries  Third Series Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105006281385
Release 1952
Pages 1543
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Includes Part 1A: Books and Part 1B: Pamphlets, Serials and Contributions to Periodicals



Matthew and the Mishnah

Matthew and the Mishnah Author Akiva Cohen
ISBN-10 3161499603
Release 2016-06-10
Pages 655
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Akiva Cohen investigates the general research question: how do the authors of religious texts reconstruct their community identity and ethos in the absence of their central cult? His particular socio-historical focus of this more general question is: how do the respective authors of the Gospel according to Matthew, and the editor(s) of the Mishnah redefine their group identities following the destruction of the Second Temple? Cohen further examines how, after the Destruction, both the Matthean and the Mishnaic communities found and articulated their renewed community bearings and a new sense of vision through each of their respective author/redactor's foundational texts. The context of this study is thus that of an inner-Jewish phenomenon; two Jewish groups seeking to (re-)establish their community identity and ethos without the physical temple that had been the cultic center of their cosmos.