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eBook Assistants Of Christ And Administrators Of God's Mysteries: An Exegetico-theological Study Of 1 Cor. 4, 1-5 (Europaische Hochschulschriften Reihe Xxiii, Theologie) ePub

by Arul Samy Kaspar

  • ISBN: 0820473871
  • Category: Bible Study and Reference
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Arul Samy Kaspar
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Inc (January 2005)
  • Pages: 321
  • ePub book: 1779 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1919 kb
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Assistants Of Christ And Administrators Of God's Mysteries: An Exeget. Assistants Of Christ And Administrators Of God's Mysteries: An Exeget.

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In 1 Cor . 2 Paul summarises a report he has received about divisions in the Corinthian congregation and attributes . Exegetes have puzzled especially over the final slogan, ‘I am of Christ’

In 1 Cor . 2 Paul summarises a report he has received about divisions in the Corinthian congregation and attributes four so-called slogans to the Corinthians: ‘I am of Paul; I am of Apollos; I am of Cephas; I am of Christ’. Exegetes have puzzled especially over the final slogan, ‘I am of Christ’. This paper argues that this phrase was written as Paul's own claim against the divided Corinthians and belongs to no sectarian ‘Christ-group’.

Griffiths's book intends to address this important need to ground our theology and thoughts about preaching in the Scriptures

Griffiths's book intends to address this important need to ground our theology and thoughts about preaching in the Scriptures. He sets about his task in three parts. The gift that we have been given by Jonathan Griffiths is not an exhaustive study of preaching but something more like a cross between an academic study and a sermon. By the end of Preaching in the New Testament, I did not feel the whole topic had been exhaustively covered, nor were important terms rigorously defined, nor was each point convincingly argued as in a purely academic study.

This book comes at a time when the reality of the charismatic movement in the Church needs to be better understood and . It is written in an easy to understand style and brings clarity to the nine gifts of the Spirit found in 1Cor.

This book comes at a time when the reality of the charismatic movement in the Church needs to be better understood and appreciated. It is a must for anyone who wants to look into the mind of St. Paul.

theological creativity . We will look at how this understanding was creative and what can be learned. comparison of Christ to the high priest provide a model of ministry that transcends criteria of race, class, and. gender and raises questions about the ecclesiastical propagation of priestly castes (2015, p. xliv). the right hand of God, the author(s) of Hebrews claimed that Jesus was a heavenly high priest and. messiah, Jesus, and Mount Zion (2015, p. 165). This difference is evoked by a different destination for.

Campbell provides a lucid and lively study of union with Christ. Few authors are able to combine exegetical skill with theological acumen on such a complex topic as Campbell does here. It is a brilliant study about what a constellation of images of union, participation, identification, and incorporation into Christ actually means. Campbell's tour de force will be the authoritative book on the subject for decades to come.

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Besides discussing aspects of doctrine, the book portrays the main gures, themes and developments that have shaped Orthodox thought. A series of companions to major topics and key gures in theology and religious studies

Besides discussing aspects of doctrine, the book portrays the main gures, themes and developments that have shaped Orthodox thought. A series of companions to major topics and key gures in theology and religious studies. Other titles in the series.

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In this study, the author analyses 1 Cor 4,1-5 within the larger context of 1 Corinthians 1-4. The study is an exegetico-theological analysis of two important metaphorical predicates that Paul uses for Apollos and himself to describe their role among the Corinthians: assistants of Christ and administrators of God’s mysteries (1 Cor 4,1). Focussing on pragmatic considerations, the author answers the following questions: Was Paul individualistic in his understanding of the role of the preachers in Corinth? Did he deny the role of other preachers such as Apollos in the Christian community of Corinth? What was his understanding of his own role? What are the characteristics of the proclamation of the gospel and of the preachers?