A Biblical Theology Of The Church by Mal Couch

A Biblical Theology Of The Church
Author: Mal Couch
Publisher: Kregel Publications
ISBN: 9780825423611
Size: 14.30 MB
Page: 330
Release: 1999

Book Description
Now in paperback, this extensive resource examines the doctrine of the church and offers guidance on mission, pastoral care, leadership, and government in the local church. Numerous Scripture references, practical suggestions, and discussion questions for every chapter make this work on ecclesiology perfect for both personal and group study.



Biblical Theology by Nick Roark

A Biblical Theology Of The Church
Author: Nick Roark
Publisher: 9marks: Building Healthy Churc
ISBN: 9781433556067
Size: 54.86 MB
Page: 160
Release: 2018-03-31

Book Description
In response to various kinds of false teaching around the world, this book is an exhortation for churches to use biblical theology to help guard the true gospel.



A Biblical Theology Of The New Testament by Roy B. Zuck

A Biblical Theology Of The Church
Author: Roy B. Zuck
Publisher: Moody Publishers
ISBN: 1575677334
Size: 31.33 MB
Page: 496
Release: 1994-10-09

Book Description
A Biblical Theology of the New Testament gives fresh insight and understanding to theological discipline. Scholars from Dallas Theological Seminary combine to create this important volume edited by Roy B. Zuck. Each contributor looks at divine revelation as it appears chronologically in the New Testament canon, allowing you to witness God's truth as it has unfolded through the decades.



The Community Of Jesus by Kendell H. Easley

A Biblical Theology Of The Church
Author: Kendell H. Easley
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 1433680793
Size: 60.62 MB
Page: 304
Release: 2013-09-15

Book Description
Intended for upper division college students, seminarians, and pastors, The Community of Jesus delivers a biblical, historic, systematic, and missional theology of the church. Today the word church provokes wide-ranging reactions and generates discussion on a variety of issues among Christians and non-Christians alike. In order to sort through this maze of responses and topics, a biblical and theological foundation must be laid that provides a clear vision of the church of the Lord Jesus Christ and its significance in God’s eternal purpose. With extensive pastoral, teaching, missions, and administrative experience, this team of contributors carefully sets forth the biblical teachings concerning the church and then builds on this core material, relating the theology of the church to salvation history, church history, God’s glory, and God’s mission: • Paul R. House, “God Walks with His People: Old Testament Foundations”• Andreas J. Köstenberger, “The Church According to the Gospels”• Kendell H. Easley, “The Church in Acts and Revelation: New Testament Bookends”• David S. Dockery, “The Church in the Pauline Epistles”• Ray Van Neste, “The Church in the General Epistles”• James A. Patterson, “The Church in History: Ecclesiastical Ideals and Institutional Realities”• Stephen J.Wellum, “Beyond Mere Ecclesiology: The Church as God’s New Covenant Community”• Christopher W. Morgan, “The Church and the Glory of God”• Bruce Riley Ashford, “The Church in the Mission of God”



God S Glory In Salvation Through Judgment by James M. Hamilton Jr.

A Biblical Theology Of The Church
Author: James M. Hamilton Jr.
Publisher: Crossway
ISBN: 1433521350
Size: 52.59 MB
Page: 640
Release: 2010-11-04

Book Description
In Exodus 34 Moses asks to see God’s glory, and God reveals himself as a God who is merciful and just. James Hamilton Jr. contends that from this passage comes a biblical theology that unites the meta-narrative of Scripture under one central theme: God’s glory in salvation through judgment. Hamilton begins in the Old Testament by showing that Israel was saved through God’s judgment on the Egyptians and the Caananites. God was glorified through both his judgment and mercy, accorded in salvation to Israel. The New Testament unfolds the ultimate display of God’s glory in justice and mercy, as it was God’s righteous judgment shown on the cross that brought us salvation. God’s glory in salvation through judgment will be shown at the end of time, when Christ returns to judge his enemies and save all who have called on his name. Hamilton moves through the Bible book by book, showing that there is one theological center to the whole Bible. The volume’s systematic method and scope make it a unique resource for pastors, professors, and students.



Toward A Biblical Theology Of Marriage by Ernest D. Martin

A Biblical Theology Of The Church
Author: Ernest D. Martin
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1498272320
Size: 75.43 MB
Page: 172
Release: 2010-03-01

Book Description
Does the Bible provide a construct for marriage that is relevant for a confused world? This book reflects a pastor's conviction that biblical revelation culminating in Christ does speak to the issues and potentials for marriage in such a world. By focusing on what the biblical vocabulary of marriage, from Genesis to Revelation, may reveal of the Creator-Redeemer's intent for marriage, Ernest D. Martin develops a Christological paradigm for marriage that is consistent and applicable. Pastors, teachers, and counselors will find biblical faith perspectives useful in responding to the challenges and opportunities they face in the several phases of marital relationships. This short book will greatly benefit anyone seriously concerned with what the Bible says about marriage.



Redemptive Kingdom Diversity by Jarvis J. Williams

A Biblical Theology Of The Church
Author: Jarvis J. Williams
Publisher: Baker Academic
ISBN: 1493432605
Size: 73.45 MB
Page: 208
Release: 2021-09-28

Book Description
This book offers a comprehensive biblical and theological survey of the people of God in the Old and New Testaments, offering insights for today's transformed and ethnically diverse church. Jarvis Williams explains that God's people have always been intended to be a diverse community. From Genesis to Revelation, God has intended to restore humanity's vertical relationship with God, humanity's horizontal relationship with one another, and the entire creation through Jesus. Through Jesus, both Jew and gentile are reconciled to God and together make up a transformed people. Williams then applies his biblical and theological analysis to selected aspects of the current conversation about race, racism, and related issues, explaining what it means to be the church in today's multiethnic context. He argues that the church should demonstrate redemptive kingdom diversity, for it has been transformed into a new community that is filled with many diverse ethnic communities.



Come Lord Jesus by Stephen Motyer

A Biblical Theology Of The Church
Author: Stephen Motyer
Publisher: Inter-Varsity Press
ISBN: 1783594640
Size: 38.30 MB
Page: 352
Release: 2016-04-21

Book Description
‘The second coming of Jesus Christ is the core of the biblical worldview, the climax of the biblical message, the cornerstone of biblical theology, and the centrepiece of authentic biblical faith for the twenty-first century.’ At the heart of this bold opening statement by Stephen Motyer is the conviction that Jesus Christ is the ‘centre’ of the Scriptures, even though he only appears at the end. For the New Testament writers, Jesus Christ revolutionized their understanding of the Scriptures and gave them a new centre around which to interpret the work of God in the world – and the climax of that work is the ‘second coming’ of that same Jesus Christ. Jesus himself used the language of the Scriptures to promise his ‘coming again’, the ‘coming of the Son of Man’. Hence we need the whole of Scripture to understand what the second coming means for us today. The fact that the Bible ends with the prayer ‘Come, Lord Jesus!’ (Revelation 22:20) is deeply appropriate. The second coming is the ‘end’ of the biblical message, its ‘omega point’, its grand finale, the denouement when all the players in the drama of earth history, both human and angelic, are gathered in the drawing room to hear the Master unpack the plot and give the verdict. Motyer’s comprehensive, stimulating study is divided into two parts. Part One, ‘The biblical frame’, examines three Old Testament passages and lays the foundation for Part Two, ‘New Testament hopes and visions’, which explores a series of key texts. He focuses on the second coming, rather than on millennialism or the ‘end times’, in order to provide the fundamental biblical theology that must underlie our whole sense of God’s future for his world.



Biblical Theology Farsi by Nick Roark

A Biblical Theology Of The Church
Author: Nick Roark
Publisher: 9marks
ISBN: 9781951474478
Size: 54.26 MB
Page: 138
Release: 2020-08-10

Book Description
Exhorting pastors and other church leaders to prioritize biblical theology in their own congregations, this book explains basic principles for reading the Bible that help pastors teach the big story of the Bible from every text.



A Biblical Theology Of Christian Discipleship by Johnny Turner

A Biblical Theology Of The Church
Author: Johnny Turner
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1725297213
Size: 10.59 MB
Page: 200
Release: 2021-06-11

Book Description
A Biblical Theology of Christian Discipleship is a spiritual resource that examines the biblical and theological doctrines to do ministry amid challenges and oppositions. The role of the church is to persuade individuals to establish a philosophy of authentic discipleship. This book challenges the church to walk humbly before God as genuine disciples. The primary focus is to carefully follow Christ’s mandate of the Great Commission in Matthew 28:18-20, “Go and make disciples.” More importantly, the book describes how the church can effectively use different methods and principles to better prepare believers for Christ.



Holiness And Ministry by Thomas B Dozeman

A Biblical Theology Of The Church
Author: Thomas B Dozeman
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199710232
Size: 14.30 MB
Page: 168
Release: 2008-07-10

Book Description
The World Council of Churches has called for renewed theological reflection on the biblical roots of ordination to strengthen the vocational identity of the ordained and to provide a framework for ecumenical dialogue. This book is a response to that call. It is grounded in the assumption that the vocation of ordination requires an understanding of holiness and how it functions in human religious experience. The goal is to construct a biblical theology of ordination that is embedded in broad reflection on the nature of holiness. Dozeman's study of holiness and ministry interweaves three methodologies. The first, from the History of Religions, describes two theories of holiness in the study of religion, as a dynamic force and as a ritual resource. Both play a central role in biblical literature and establish the paradigm of ordination to Word and Sacrament in Christian tradition. Second, the study of the formation of the Mosaic Office illustrates how the two views of holiness model ordination to the prophetic word and to the priestly ritual. Third, Canonical Criticism provides the lens to explore the ongoing influence of the Mosaic Office in the New Testament literature. Holiness and Ministry will assist candidates for ordination to discern their call experience and establish professional identity within individual traditions of Christianity, while also providing a resource for ecumenical dialogue on the nature and purpose of Christian ordination.



God S Mediators by Andrew S. Malone

A Biblical Theology Of The Church
Author: Andrew S. Malone
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830887407
Size: 23.46 MB
Page: 256
Release: 2017-12-05

Book Description
There are many investigations of the Old Testament priests and the New Testament’s appropriation of such imagery for Jesus Christ. There are also studies of Israel’s corporate priesthood and what this means for the priesthood of God’s new covenant people. However, such studies are less frequently connected with each other: key interrelations are missed, and key questions are not addressed. In this New Studies in Biblical Theology volume, Andrew S. Malone makes two passes across the tapestry of Scripture, tracing these two distinct threads and their intersection with an eye to the contemporary Christian relevance of both themes in both Testaments. Malone shows how our Christology and perseverance as God’s people in an unbelieving world are substantially enhanced by the way the book of Hebrews pastorally depicts Christ’s own priesthood. Furthermore, Christians better understand their corporate identity and mission by discerning both the ministry of individual Old Testament priests and Israel’s corporate calling. Combining the various biblical emphases on priesthood in one place provides synergies that are too easily disregarded in atomizing, individualistic Western societies. Addressing key issues in biblical theology, the works comprising New Studies in Biblical Theology are creative attempts to help Christians better understand their Bibles. The NSBT series is edited by D. A. Carson, aiming to simultaneously instruct and to edify, to interact with current scholarship and to point the way ahead.