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Reading The New Testament

Author : Pheme Perkins
ISBN : 9781893757790
File Size : 54.97 MB
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An introduction to the writings of the New Testament, written by a prominent scholar who is able to communicate the main ideas and results with a clear and simple style. This third edition, although leaving intact the structure of the book, has been rewritten extensively, updating the information and adding the results of new biblical approaches and research. Includes new maps and illustrations.
Category: RELIGION

Reading The New Testament In The Church

Author : Francis J. SDB Moloney
ISBN : 9781441222480
Genre : Religion
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Internationally respected scholar Francis Moloney offers a Catholic introduction to the New Testament that shows how to read it both faithfully and critically. The opening chapter and an epilogue directly address the theological requirements of, and historical challenges for, ecclesial reading. The remaining chapters give exemplary readings of the figure of Jesus and of the various divisions of the New Testament canon. Conceived as a resource for religious educators, deacons, and other ministers in the Catholic Church, this book will serve Catholics and others as an ideal supplement to a conventional New Testament introduction or as a companion to reading the New Testament itself.
Category: Religion

A Concise Guide To Reading The New Testament

Author : David R. Nienhuis
ISBN : 9781493412983
Genre : Religion
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The New Testament came together, and comes to us, not as a randomly sorted set of individual books but as a definitely shaped and ordered whole. This concise, theological introduction to the New Testament sheds light on the interpretive significance of the canon's structure and sequence and articulates how the final shape of the canon is formative for Christian discipleship. Providing an essential overview often missing from New Testament books and courses, this book will serve as an accessible supplement to any New Testament or Bible introduction textbook.
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Reading The New Testament For The First Time

Author : Ronald J. Allen
ISBN : 9781467436144
Genre : Religion
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The purpose of this book is to introduce the New Testament to those who have never read it. Ronald Allen offers a truly elementary guide to the New Testament's world, its story, and its message. Reading the New Testament for the First Time walks readers through the New Testament, covering key topics like these: how to find one's way around the New Testament how and when the New Testament was written important characters like Jesus, Paul, and the twelve disciples big ideas found in the New Testament such as love, righteousness, and the realm of God how to apply the New Testament to our lives today and much more!
Category: Religion

An Easy To Read New Testament

Author : Christopher Vaughan
ISBN : 0986310131
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An easy to read edition of the New Testament that is edited from the Greek and English. The editor expects the reader to find the power of the Holy Spirit by reading the Word of God. You can be filled with the Holy Spirit and find God to be enjoyable in your daily life. By reading the New Testament, you can put the Holy Spirit into your praying, witnessing, family, employment and Church.

The Word In Place

Author : Louise Joy Lawrence
ISBN : 0281061122
Genre : Religion
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Louise Lawrence introduces you to contextual Bible reading, which prioritizes the question 'what does the Bible mean to you in your context?'. She provides a practical resource that will enable you to initiate such readings within your own context. Examples of readings from a range of contexts are given, including reading with a group from an urban regeneration area, reading with a rural village, reading with priests and reading with deaf people. Tips and resources for how to run your own contextual Bible reading are also given enabling you, and your community, to read the Bible in a new light.
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Reading Matthew

Author : David E. Garland
ISBN : 1573122742
Genre : Religion
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Reading Matthew provides thorough guidance through Matthew's story of Jesus. Garland's commentary reveals the movement of the story's plot while also highlighting the theology of Matthew. Reading Matthew is an essential book for students and ministers studying the first Gospel.
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Reading Romans

Author : Luke Timothy Johnson
ISBN : 1573122769
Genre : Religion
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The Epistle to the Romans is considered to be the classic of Reformation theology. Luke Johnson, a scholar from the Roman Catholic tradition, invests this commentary with breadth of perspective and clarity of expression. He focuses on understanding the key themes and their relationship to the whole of Pauline writings and the shaping of Christianity.
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