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Aspects of New Testament eschatology

William J. Dalton

Aspects of New Testament eschatology

by William J. Dalton

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Published by University of Western Australia Press in [Nedlands, Perth] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eschatology.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] William J. Dalton.
    SeriesLectures in biblical studies, 4
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT823 .D275
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4995728M
    LC Control Number76487423

    To describe the New Testament as “apocalyptic” merely with regard to its eschatology fails to do justice to the revelatory nature of Jewish apocalypses, and more significantly, it neglects the full extent of the New Testament’s and early Christianity’s debt to Jewish apocalyptic tradition. This book earns 5 stars not for perfection of content, but for being the ideal type of a particular approach to the New Testament. It shows that there really is such a thing as evangelical biblical scholarship, even if that scholarship has idiosyncrasies, as does every school of thought/5(15).

    The prophecy is part of both the Jewish account of history and Christian eschatology. The prophet has a vision of the angel Gabriel, who tells him, "Seventy weeks are determined for your people and for your holy city (i.e., Israel and Jerusalem).". eschatology Download eschatology or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get eschatology book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.

      Eschatology and Ethics in the Teaching of Jesus [Amos Wilder] is 20% off every day at In recent years, studies in the eschatology and ethics of Jesus have provoked an unusual interest among Bible students. When talking. The study of the New Testament may be pursued several different ways, and although benefits may be derived from any one of these ways, no one method is better than the others. For example, reading the books of the New Testament in the order in which they are now assembled means starting with the Gospel of Matthew.


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Aspects of New Testament Eschatology [Lectures in Biblical Studies IV] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Its Universality 2. The Millennium 3. The Resurrection of Believers 4. The Resurrection-Body.

The New Testament teaches in some passages with sufficient clearness that all the dead will be raised, but the emphasis rests to such an extent on the soteriological aspect of the event, especially in Paul, where it is closely connected with the doctrine of Aspects of New Testament eschatology book Spirit, that.

Eschatology of the New Testament 1. Its Universality 2. The Millennium 3. The Resurrection of Believers 4. The Resurrection-Body. This collection of essays explores the variety of views on eschatology in the New Testament - analyzing it book by book - as well as in some related documents.

The authors treat different aspects of eschatology, exploring the history of research, as well as the multiple dimensions of eschatological issues, the variety, depth, mystery and problematic nature by: 4.

The second aspect of the New Testament’s understanding of Christ’s second coming is that it will be the time of the resurrection of the dead, and the time of judgment of the living and the dead, in which all Christians – and perhaps all people – are judged according to the standards of the Gospel and how their lives either conformed to that Gospel or did not.

“The Eschatological Aspect of the Pauline Conception of the Spirit” Biblical and Theological Studies, pp. [] Like other parts of New Testament Theology, the interpretation of Paul’s teaching has strongly felt the influence of the emphasis placed in recent discussion upon the eschatological outlook of the early Church.

The term “eschatology” comes from two Greek terms e[scato" and lovgo" meaning (roughly speaking) “last, end, or final” and “study of,” respectively. Theologically speaking, then, the term eschatology refers to “the study of final things” in the Bible.

It concerns both personal eschatological issues such as death and the intermediate state as well as themes with a more general or corporate focus. Old Testament Eschatology and the Rise of Apocalypticism.

Aspects of New Testament eschatology. [William J Dalton] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search.

Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. The subject of eschatology plays a prominent part in New Testament teaching and religion.

Christianity in its very origin bears an eschatological character. It means the appearance of the Messiah and the inauguration of His work; and from the Old Testament point of view these form part of eschatology.

AN EXPANDED VERSION OF THIS BOOK HAS BEEN PUBLISHED BY WIPF AND STOCK PUBLISHERS Biblical Eschatology is the study of the “last things.” This study includes sections on how to interpret prophecy and apocalyptic and the importance of eschatology.

General Structure. New Testament eschatology attaches itself to the Old Testament and to Jewish belief as developed on the basis of ancient revelation. It creates on the whole no new system or new terminology, but incorporates much that was current, yet so as to reveal by selection and distribution of emphasis the essential newness of its spirit.

15 Must-Have Books on Eschatology. By Michael Penfold Octo Book Reviews, The most critical Bible books dealing with future events are the Old Testament book of Daniel on the one hand an d the New Testament book of Revelation on the other. These two Bible books cannot be understood in isolation.

Hoekema, now retired from his position as Professor of Systematic Theology at Calvin Theological Seminary, finds the Second Coming of Jesus Christ to be the most important aspect of New Testament eschatology. A lively expectation of Christ’s return should mark the church today, and where this is not true, there is something radically wrong.

In this book, two scholars with expertise in biblical eschatology argue that God's kingdom breaking into this world through Jesus Christ has inaugurated a new creation, a reality that should shape pastoral leadership and be reflected in the life and ministry of the church.

The “last days” promised by the Old Testament, in which Yahweh comes to Israel and sends his Messianic Davidic king, Israel and the nations experience the tribulation, resurrection and the giving of the Spirit occur, etc., are inaugurated in Christ’s life, death, resurrection, ascension, and giving of the Spirit at Pentecost.

PMT by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr. Creation is an important aspect of the Christ worldview. And creation appears, appropriately, in the Bible’s first book, Genesis.

The historical nature of the creation narrative in Genesis sets in motion the forces that will issue in eschatology. Genesis sets the stage for the unfolding eschatological revelation of. Introduction. A Bible Study on 1 Thessalonians automatically puts us in the realm of New Testament eschatology due to Paul’s treatment of the Second Coming of Christ (1 Thess ).

Eschatology is simply the study of the end-times and all that it entails (Christ’s second coming, end of the world, judgment, new heavens and new earth, etc.). The primary books of the Bible pertaining to end times prophecy are the book of Daniel, the book of Ezekiel and the book of Revelation.

Though a challenging area of study, Eschatology helps believers understand the prophetic passages of Scripture and how to live the Christian life in preparation for the end times.

Many people think eschatology refers to events occurring at the end of history. In this book, two scholars with expertise in biblical eschatology argue that God's kingdom breaking into this world through Jesus Christ has inaugurated a new creation, a reality that should shape pastoral leadership and be reflected in the life and ministry of the church.Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Start by marking “New Testament eschatology in an African background: a study of the encounter between New Testament theology and African traditional concepts” as Want to Read/5(9).

The amillennial view states that the New Testament teaches all events of Christ’s second coming will occur at the same time in a cluster (p. ). This is based upon the understanding that anyone who has accepted Christ is the “true Israel” because Christ is Israel and anyone who is in Christ is also in Israel (p.

).