Apostolic Voice Legacy

Author by : Oneil McQuick
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Publisher by : Orlando Constantine
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Luke The Historian Of Israel S Legacy Theologian Of Israel S Christ

Author by : David Paul Moessner
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Publisher by : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
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Description : David Moessner proposes a new understanding of the relation of Luke’s second volume to his Gospel to open up a whole new reading of Luke’s foundational contribution to the New Testament. For postmodern readers who find Acts a ‘generic outlier,’ dangling tenuously somewhere between the ‘mainland’ of the evangelists and the ‘Peloponnese’ of Paul—diffused and confused and shunted to the backwaters of the New Testament by these signature corpora—Moessner plunges his readers into the hermeneutical atmosphere of Greek narrative poetics and elaboration of multi-volume works to inhale the rhetorical swells that animate Luke’s first readers in their engagement of his narrative. In this collection of twelve of his essays, re-contextualized and re-organized into five major topical movements, Moessner showcases multiple Hellenistic texts and rhetorical tropes to spotlight the various signals Luke provides his readers of the multiple ways his Acts will follow "all that Jesus began to do and to teach" (Acts 1:1) and, consequently, bring coherence to this dominant block of the New Testament that has long been split apart. By collapsing the world of Jesus into the words and deeds of his followers, Luke re-configures the significance of Israel’s "Christ" and the "Reign" of Israel’s God for all peoples and places to create a new account of ‘Gospel Acts,’ discrete and distinctively different than the "narrative" of the "many" (Luke 1:1). Luke the Historian of Israel’s Legacy combines what no analysis of the Lukan writings has previously accomplished, integrating seamlessly two ‘generically-estranged’ volumes into one new whole from the intent of the one composer. For Luke is the Hellenistic historian and simultaneously ‘biblical’ theologian who arranges the one "plan of God" read from the script of the Jewish scriptures—parts and whole, severally and together—as the saving ‘script’ for the whole world through Israel’s suffering and raised up "Christ," Jesus of Nazareth. In the introductions to each major theme of the essays, this noted scholar of the Lukan writings offers an epitome of the main features of Luke’s theological ‘thought,’ and, in a final Conclusions chapter, weaves together a comprehensive synthesis of this new reading of the whole.


The Azusa Street Revival And Its Legacy

Author by : Harold D. Hunter
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Publisher by : Wipf and Stock Publishers
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Description : In 1906 at 312 Azusa Street in Los Angeles a revival began that set in motion a global movement that has affected half a billion people. In The Azusa Street Revival and Its Legacy, twenty writers, representing the international scholarship of the Pentecostal, Charismatic, and Renewal communities, reflect on the significance of the movement now and for the future.


Planting Healthy Churches For An Unchurched Community Leaving A Legacy To Build On

Author by : Nakia Melecio
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Publisher by : Lulu.com
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Description : Planting new churches is a dedicated response and reasonable service to fulfilling God's mission. This critical church planting is not only the focus of today's Christians, but it is also the theological and practical subject of numerous Christian studies that tout scripturally based work for shoring up today's church. Nakia Melecio is answering God's call to support local churches, both old and new, and the outcry of God's people in a heartfelt attempt through conferences, workbooks, websites, and many other substantive pathways for spiritual founding and healing. Church planting is necessary, but it is no easy feat. Nakia Melecio's ministry will help struggling churches to reinvent themselves and new churches to plant firmly and deeply on solid rock. Through steadfast diligence and unwavering faith, God's mission can and will be fulfilled. Nakia Melecio shares the vision of how to build a legacy and ultimately claim the victory-methodically, effectively, spiritually, and graciously.


A Legacy Of Historical Gleanings

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The Legacy Of John Paul Ii

Author by : Tim Perry
Languange : en
Publisher by : InterVarsity Press
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Description : - Redemptoris missio, into all the world / Terrance L. Tiessen.


Hippolitus And The Teachers Of The Apostolic Age

Author by : Christian Karl Josias Bunsen (Freiherr von)
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Jun Pero Serra S Legacy

Author by : Martin J. Morgado
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The Legacy Of The Ancient World

Author by : William George De Burgh
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A Legacy Of Faith

Author by : Cornelius J. Dyck
Languange : en
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