The Shape Of Revelation

Author: Zachary Braiterman
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804753210
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The Shape Of Revelation from the Author: Zachary Braiterman. The Shape of Revelation highlights the image of form-creation, sheer presence, lyric pathos, rhythmic repetition, open spatial dynamism, and erotic pulse unique in the work of Martin Buber, Franz Rosenzweig, and German Expressionism in order to explore the overlap between revelation and aesthetic shape from the perspective of Judaism.

Revelation 12 22 Macarthur New Testament Commentary

Author: John F. MacArthur
Publisher: Moody Publishers
ISBN: 9781575676241
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Revelation 12 22 Macarthur New Testament Commentary from the Author: John F. MacArthur. These study guides, part of a set from noted Bible scholar, John MacArthur, take readers on a journey through biblical texts to discover what lies beneath the surface, focusing on meaning and context, and then reflecting on the explored passage or concept. With probing questions that guide the reader toward application, as well as ample space for journaling, The MacArthur New Testament Commentary Series are invaluable tools for Bible students of all ages. Much debate surrounds the book of Revelation on such volatile topics as: The rapture, the millennial kingdom, and the Anti-Christ. Respected preacher and Bible teacher, John MacArthur, pulls back the veil on the book of Revelation and reveals more of what God's Word has to say to us about the future of His Kingdom.

The Shape Of Sola Scriptura

Author: Keith A. Mathison
Publisher: Canon Press & Book Service
ISBN: 1885767749
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The Shape Of Sola Scriptura from the Author: Keith A. Mathison. In what shape do we find the doctrine of sola Scriptura today? Many modern Evangelicals see it as a license to ignore history and the creeds in favor of a more splintered approach to the Christian living. In the past two decades, Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox apologists have strongly tried to undermine sola Scriptura as unbiblical, unhistorical, and impractical. But these groups rest their cases on a recent, false take on sola Scriptura. The ancient, medieval, and classical Protestant view of sola Scriptura actually has a quite different shape than most opponents and defenders maintain. Therein lies the goal of this book-an intriguing defense of the ancient (and classical Protestant) doctrine of sola Scriptura against the claims of Rome, the East, and modern Evangelicalism. "The issue of sola Scriptura is not an abstract problem relevant only to the sixteenth-century Reformation, but one that poses increasingly more serious consequences for contemporary Christianity. This work by Keith Mathison is the finest and most comprehensive treatment of the matter I've seen. I highly recommend it to all who embrace the authority of sacred Scripture." -R.C. Sproul, Ligonier Ministries

The Book Of Revelation

Author: Leonard L. Thompson
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780195353914
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The Book Of Revelation from the Author: Leonard L. Thompson. About seventy years after the death of Jesus, John of Patmos sent visionary messages to Christians in seven cities of western Asia Minor. These messages would eventually become part of the New Testament canon, as The Book of Revelation. What was John's message? What was its literary form? Did he write to a persecuted minority or to Christians enjoying the social and material benefits of the Roman Empire? In search of answers to these penetrating questions, Thompson critically examines the language, literature, history, and social setting of the Book of the Apocalypse. Following a discussion of the importance of the genre apocalypse, he closely analyzes the form and structure of the Revelation, its narrative and metaphoric unity, the world created through John's visions, and the social conditions of the empire in which John wrote. He offers an unprecedented interpretation of the role of boundaries in Revelation, a reassessment of the reign of the Emperor Domitian, and a view of tribulation that integrates the literary vision of Revelation with the reality of the lives of ordinary people in a Roman province. Throughout his study, Thompson argues that the language of Revelation joins the ordinary to the extra-ordinary, earth to heaven, and local conditions to supra-human processes.

The Apocalypse And The Shape Of Things To Come

Author: Frances Carey
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 9780802083258
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The Apocalypse And The Shape Of Things To Come from the Author: Frances Carey. This superbly illustrated book examines the depiction of the Apocalypse in the visual arts over nearly 1,000 years, from the great medieval manuscript cycles to the famous woodcuts of D?rer to the propaganda and satire of the 20th century.

The Revelation Of St John The Divine

Author: G. H. S Walpole
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107458714
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The Revelation Of St John The Divine from the Author: G. H. S Walpole. Originally published in 1911 for use in schools, this book contains the Revised Version text of the Book of Revelation with critical annotations by the then Bishop of Edinburgh, George Walpole. Walpole's introduction also provides the reader with some historical background on the authorship and writing of the book, as well as a list of recommended books for further study. This volume will be of value to anyone with an interest in Christianity.

On Religion

Author: Karl Barth
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 0567497755
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On Religion from the Author: Karl Barth. The study Karl Barth has generally been excluded from religious studies departments in favour of more liberal theologians such as Tillich. For many years scholar Garrett Green has argued that there is no justification for this neglect. To support his theory that Barth can and should be studied as a religious theorist rather than just a theologian Garrett Green presents a brand new translation of Chapter 17 of Karl Barth's Church Dogmatics prefaced by a detailed introduction to the text. This important new translation counters the idea that Barth rejected the notion of religion out of hand by correcting a number errors in the original version which obscure Barth's central argument. In particular the crucial word, Aufhebung, in the title is translated here as sublimation rather than abolition. The translation will do better justice to the German original and will be more accessible to contemporary readers. Unlike the original version, all Greek, Latin and Hebrew citations are translated into English, and the NRSV is used for the Bible quotes rather than the King James. The translation is accompanied by a text by Garrett Green introducing the scholar and student to Barth as a religious theorist. The book concludes with appendices containing teaching materials and a summary of developed by the author in the classroom over years.

Die Religion Des Islam

Author: Joseph Hell
Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass Publishe
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Die Religion Des Islam from the Author: Joseph Hell.

Creation S Beauty As Revelation

Author: L. Clifton Edwards
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1630873667
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Creation S Beauty As Revelation from the Author: L. Clifton Edwards. With an interdisciplinary approach, Edwards utilizes literature, aesthetics, world religions, and continental philosophy as avenues into the theology of natural beauty. This is an epistemological look at our aesthetically charged knowing of God through nature. Emphasizing our embodied experience of the world, Edwards examines the phenomenon of perceptual beauty, while questioning traditional notions of God's metaphysical "beauty." Drawing upon Michael Polanyi's philosophy of science, Edwards explores the human aesthetic and religious interface with the natural world. This philosophical approach is then linked to the poetic: Polanyi's "tacit knowledge" and Jean-Luc Marion's "saturated phenomena" give support to Wordsworth's "pregnant vision" of the natural world. This approach culminates in a re-envisaging of John Ruskin's typology of natural beauty: Ruskin's vision of the world can be adapted toward an understanding of natural revelation. Edwards brings this Romantic theology back across the Atlantic in dialogue with American nature writers and the uniquely American experience of wilderness and "frontier."