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Ralph P. Martin (1925–2013)

Autor/a de Dictionary of Paul and His Letters

50 obres 7,653 Membres 24 Ressenyes 1 preferits

Sobre l'autor

Ralph P. Martin is associate professor of biblical studies at the University of Sheffield, England.

Obres de Ralph P. Martin

Dictionary of Paul and His Letters (1993) — Editor — 1,457 exemplars, 7 ressenyes
Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 40: 2 Corinthians (1985) 650 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 48: James (1988) 521 exemplars, 2 ressenyes
Worship in the Early Church (1974) 431 exemplars, 2 ressenyes
New Testament Foundations Vol. 1: The Four Gospels (1975) 210 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Mark: Evangelist and Theologian (1972) 152 exemplars
Mark (Knox preaching guides) (1981) 39 exemplars
Acts (1967) 13 exemplars
What Time Is It? (1984) 6 exemplars
Adoração na igreja primitiva (2012) 5 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Die Apostelgeschichte. (1973) 1 exemplars, 1 ressenya

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Em geral os estudiosos concordam que o sentido fundamental da vida e do ministério de Paulo e seu legado à história subseqüente da Igreja se localizam em três setores de pesquisa: sua formação judeu-rabínica o cenário de sua vida e de sua obra missionária no ambiente greco-romano e o ponto decisivo de seu pensamento e de sua vocação quando se tornou apóstolo cristão. A equipe de ensaístas que contribuíram para esta obra baseia-se principalmente na nova avaliação da atitude de Paulo em relação à Lei à Aliança e ao povo de Israel e transmite sua reação ao "novo modo de contemplar" o evangelho de Paulo de justiça pela fé e aos elementos de continuidade com a fé dos antepassados.… (més)
 
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Jonatas.Bakas | Hi ha 6 ressenyes més | Apr 23, 2021 |
The church is a worshiping community.
A growing recognition of that among Christians of every denomination has fostered a renewed interest in the aspects of worship and a variety of liturgical experimentation and revision. The dozen chapters of this volume shed biblical light on how the earliest Christians worshiped God; in so doing they provided illumination for those who would carry on their worship today in an authentic and genuine manner, open to innovation yet anchored in scriptural principles.
Basic to what the Bible teaches about worship are three truths: that God is alive, holy, gracious, unique; that he gives gracious gifts to believers; and that he expects heartfelt corporate tribute from them. The first Christians included several elements in their thankful tributes to the living God, reflecting their Jewish heritage while doing full justice to their belief in Jesus Christ as the promised Messiah. Prayers and praises, singing, creeds and confessions, preaching, offerings, and sacraments - these are the chief features of early Christian worship examined by Professor Martin.
Worship involves all Christians. Clergymen, church boards, worship committees, and persons in the pew will all benefit from this lucid setting forth of why believers do what they do when they gather for worship.
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Obres
50
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7,653
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Ressenyes
24
ISBN
109
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