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because the law of the Kingdom is love—a fulfillment of the law (Romans 13:8). A proper application of law does no harm to a neighbor; but the law of love seeks his good. The Kingdom of God enables us to cope with suffering.
Author: Dr. Brook Stockton
Publisher: Sovereignty Education and Defense Ministry (SEDM)
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He appeared at Bethel, the holy city of this kingdom. According to his preaching, the Day of Yahweh would be quite different from what men imagined. God's judgement would be executed not only upon the enemies of his people but upon the ...
Author: Albert Schweitzer
This is the final theological testament of one of the great minds of the 20th century. Dr. Schweitzer restates and summarizes the revolutionary views developed in his earlier works. But this book is intended for a wider public, to whom it brings the mature reflections of an old man dwelling in the loneliness of the primeval forest, with the text of the Bible and little else before him, seeking to lead the reader into the presence of Jesus. Dr. Schweitzer presents a survey of the biblical belief in the Kingdom of God from its earliest development in Israel through the period of Primitive Christianity--from Amos to Paul. Previously Schweitzer had developed his views in works of technical theology, but here he presents a book which is purely expository and not polemical, of interest and value to every student of the Bible. At the same time he provides the specialist with the first comprehensive survey of his theological thought.--Adapted from publisher description.
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mation of the kingdom of God, viz. the message on the fulfilment of scriptural promises, requires manifestations of God's saving rule; and these manifestations, in turn, are based on the proclamation of the kingdom so that they can be ...
Author: Lesław Daniel Chrupcała
Publisher: Edizioni Terra Santa
The volume comprises ten studies on Lukan theology relating especially with the theme of salvation, but also with christology and kingdom of God in Luke-Acts, as well as with the author of the two-volume work of Luke: - Luke the Jew? Current Trajectories of Scholarship - Jesus Christ, Salvation and Kingdom of God: For a Discussion on the Thematic Unity of Luke-Acts - Our Father Abraham and the Universal Promise of Salvation in the Lukan Writings - The Lukan Story of Salvation as an Insight: Re-reading Isaiah in Luke-Acts - The Law and the Kingdom of God in the Soteriology of St Luke - Faith and Works in Luke: The Case of Circumcision - ‘And the Lord turned’: A Lukan Feature in the Itinerant Behaviour of Jesus - The Practice of Prayer by Jesus in the Lukan Teachings - The Finger of God (Luke 11:20) in Modern and Patristic Exegesis - The Plan of God and the Announcement of the Kingdom in the Light of Acts 28:17-31
UNLEASHING THE KINGDOM OF GOD From that time on Jesus began to preach, “Repent for the kingdom of heaven has come near . . .” Jesus went throughout Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, proclaiming the good news of the kingdom, ...
Author: Douglas D. Priest
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
River of God is an introduction to world missions aimed at undergraduate students. However, the readers will soon discover that the book is rich in its content far beyond the editors' original plan. It serves as a reader for people with various levels of missiological interest and competence and deals with cutting-edge issues in missions. This book introduces a new paradigm, Kingdom Missiology, which builds on shalom in the Old Testament and as Jesus applied to the Kingdom of God in the New Testament. The first half of the book looks at Kingdom Missiology from the biblical, historical, and cultural dimensions. The second half of the book describes helpful strategies in the implementation of this paradigm. The importance of urban ministry is woven throughout the book. Contributors: Ashley Barker, Gina Bellofatto, Kendi Howells Douglas, Robert Douglas, Todd Johnson, Robert Kurka, Janice Lemke, Paul McAlister, Mark Moore, Doug Priest, Greg Pruett, Mike Sweeney, Bill Weber, Donovan Weber, Linda Whitmer, and Tetsunao Yamamori
also waited for the kingdom of God , came and went in boldly unto Pilate , and craved the body of Jesus . Luke 4 : 43. And he said unto them , I must preach the kingdom of God to other cities also : for therefore am I sent .
Paul says, “We must go through many hardships to enter the kingdom of God” (Acts 14:22; see also 2 Thessalonians 1:4–5). While miracles are important for the preaching of the gospel in some contexts, they are not an essential component ...
Author: Mike Barnett
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Written by a team of 21st-century scholar-practitioners, Discovering the Mission of God explores the mission of God as presented in the Bible, expressed throughout church history and in cutting-edge best practices being used around the world today.
Christ was being made sin for us , and before the atonement had been sealed in death , God as the sin - avenger had heard ... brethren ; and in verse 24 , affliction of the afflicted 66 What is the distinction between kingdom of God ?
the realm of God that the word of the gospel directly contradicts. Certain of his love, let us labor together in his vineyard with all his children everywhere. c. The Mystery of the Kingdom The kingdom of God is a dialectical reality ...
Author: Paul C. McGlasson
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
The present volume is the fifth in a five-volume study of church doctrine. The multivolume set covers the major parts of church doctrine: Canon, God, Creation, Reconciliation, and Redemption. The first volume begins with an introduction to the entire project on why doctrine matters, which stresses the ecumenical, global, and above all biblical horizons of church doctrine as a primary expression of Christian witness. The purpose of this fifth volume is to explicate the full reality of God’s redeeming love for the whole creation. In the doctrine of redemption, the church looks forward in hope. Through the gift of the Spirit at Pentecost the church is gathered out of all nations and peoples of the earth, and looks forward to the coming day of final redemption for the whole cosmos. Yet even now, the promise of God’s coming is active in the world, rendering the church into a new humanity, establishing a new society, calling every individual to a new life of joy in discipleship. Church doctrine is not a luxury, but a necessity for the living community of faith, by which its witness in word and deed is tested against the one true measure of Christ the risen Lord.