John 1 10

John 1 10

CCL 44A, pp. 11-249. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 1975. Cl. 0289. ---. “De doctrina christiana.” In Aurelii Augustini opera. ... Cl. 0342. ---. “De praedestinatione sanctorum.” In Opera omnia. PL 44, cols. 408 John 1-10.

Author: Joel C. Elowsky

Publisher: InterVarsity Press

ISBN: 9780830897452

Category: Religion

Page: 421

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The Gospel of John was beloved by the early church, much as it is today, for its spiritual insight and clear declaration of Jesus' divinity. Clement of Alexandria indeed declared it the "spiritual Gospel." Joel C. Elowsky edits a collection of patristic comments on the text of John 1-10.
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Sourcebook of the Structures and Styles in John 1 10

Sourcebook of the Structures and Styles in John 1 10

15 should be included in this cluster (10–15) are as follows: (1) This verse is a part of the combined, ... compare with the three recurring cycles of köstenberger: 7:10–24, 37–39; 7:25–31, 40–44; 7:32–36, 45–52. köstenberger,John, 226.

Author: Sang-Hoon Kim

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781625644923

Category: Religion

Page: 334

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No other book in the New Testament compares to John in its complexity of style and structure. So many factors confuse Johannine scholars, including the complexity of styles, repetition, duplication, and seemingly distracted structures that are difficult to discern. Sourcebook of the Structures and Styles in John 1-10 is designed to scrutinize the structures and styles in John 1-10, reading John according to John's way, with the following integrated points of view: First, this reading is indebted to both diachronic and synchronic approaches. Second, macro structure and micro style are treated together and interactively. Third, specific and overall analyses are made together. Fourth, grammatical and relational considerations are brought together. Fifth, syntactic, semantic, and pragmatic relations are considered all together. Sixth, both parallelisms and chiasms (including their variations) are examined, whether in macro structure or in micro style, without excluding either. Seventh, all types of parallelisms and chiasms are examined, whether simple or complex. Eighth, ancient and modern ways in writing-reading processes complement each other. Ninth, Western and Eastern perspectives become complementary. Tenth, the Greek text and its English version (by the author) are used interactively. Eleventh, analysis and discussion are brought to complement one another.
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Wisdom Commentary John 1 10

Wisdom Commentary  John 1 10

44Now Philip was from Bethsaida, the city of Andrew and Peter. 45Philip found Nathanael and said to him, “We have found him about whom Moses in the law ... John 1:43-51 “The Son of Man”— ὁ υἱος τοῦ ἀνθρώπου Traditionally, the 44 John 110.

Author: Mary L Coloe, PBVM

Publisher: Liturgical Press

ISBN: 9780814681688

Category: Religion

Page: 384

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Teaching and researching the Gospel of John for thirty years has led author Mary L. Coloe to an awareness of the importance of the wisdom literature to make sense of Johannine theology, language, and symbolism: in the prologue, with Nicodemus, in the Bread of Life discourse, with Mary and Lazarus, and in the culminating “Hour.” She also shows how the late Second Temple theology expressed in the books of Sirach and Wisdom, considered deuterocanonical and omitted from some Bible editions, are essential intertexts. Only the book of Wisdom speaks of “the reign of God” (Wis 10:10), “eternity life” (Wis 5:15), and the ambrosia maintaining angelic life (Wis 19:21)—all concepts found in John’s Gospel. While the Gospel explicitly states the Logos was enfleshed in Jesus, this is also true of Sophia. Coloe makes the case that Jesus’s words and deeds embody Sophia throughout the narrative. At the beginning of each chapter Coloe provides text from the later wisdom books that resonate with the Gospel passage, drawing Sophia out of the shadows.
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John 1 10

John 1   10

See comments at 1:44-51 on the Johannine pattern of gathering disciples. The usual pattern is that one comes to faith not by a direct encounter with Jesus but through the witnessing word of another. 39. After the exodus, when the ...

Author: Mary L. Coloe

Publisher: Liturgical Press

ISBN: 9780814681930

Category: Religion

Page: 384

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Teaching and researching the Gospel of John for thirty years has led author Mary L. Coloe to an awareness of the importance of the wisdom literature to make sense of Johannine theology, language, and symbolism: in the prologue, with Nicodemus, in the Bread of Life discourse, with Mary and Lazarus, and in the culminating “Hour.” She also shows how the late Second Temple theology expressed in the books of Sirach and Wisdom, considered deuterocanonical and omitted from some Bible editions, are essential intertexts. Only the book of Wisdom speaks of “the reign of God” (Wis 10:10), “eternity life” (Wis 5:15), and the ambrosia maintaining angelic life (Wis 19:21)—all concepts found in John’s Gospel. While the Gospel explicitly states the Logos was enfleshed in Jesus, this is also true of Sophia. Coloe makes the case that Jesus’s words and deeds embody Sophia throughoutthe narrative. At the beginning of each chapter Coloe provides text from the later wisdom books that resonate with the Gospel passage, drawing Sophia out of the shadows.
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John 1 11 MacArthur New Testament Commentary

John 1 11 MacArthur New Testament Commentary

14:58 2 15:29 2 15:40 7–8 22:21 483 22:23 482 Luke 1:7 29,48 1:8–17 29 1:17 29,48, 137 1:36 29 1:80 20,255 2:25–35 79 ... 136 24:44–45 136 John 1:1 3,9, 22,46,86 1:1–2 15–20 1:1–3 10 1:1–4 81 1:1–5 13–24 1:1–18 1, 10, 15,38 1:3 16–17, ...

Author: John F. MacArthur

Publisher: Moody Publishers

ISBN: 0802480446

Category: Religion

Page: 528

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From one of today's top-selling commentary series comes volume one of the Gospel of John, the 25th installment to the MacArthur New Testament Commentary series. John MacArthur gives verse-by-verse analysis in context and provides points of application for passages, illuminating the biblical text in practical and relevant ways. The series has been praised for its accessibility to lay leaders, and is a must-have for every pastor's library.
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Israel and the Covenants in New Testament Times

Israel and the Covenants in New Testament Times

note 6: i) John 1:49, Mat 27:37, Luke 1:32-33, Mat 2:6, Acts 2:29-31, Rom 15:12, (Notes only – further thoughts and ... 3.5-8, Hos 4.6-10, Prow 25:1, Jas 1:5, John 10:21, 940, John 10:20 4.12.2) Verses 1-10 John 10 1-3, 6.65, 37, 44, ...

Author: Peter Williams

Publisher: Paragon Publishing

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Category: Religion

Page: 351

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A Bible student reference A New Testament prophecy of a falling away from truth into apostasy and lawlessness, in the final generation before Jesus Christ returns in glory, is being fulfilled now and is shortly to end. Yet Christianity has overwhelmingly moved so far from its first century roots that it could not even recognise this – or that Christ’s return is therefore now almost upon us! How and why this is the case is here explained thoroughly and logically with many examples directly from the word of God. In God’s saving plan for the world, everyone must in time make a free will choice to become part of the ‘Israel of God’ in order to access eternal life in the kingdom of God. The route to take is the “strait and narrow” way (Mat 7:13-14) that very few have so far found, and it involves the biblical new and old covenants which both apply to this Israel. Embark on this voyage only if you are willing to: be challenged about some basic Christian preconceptions, be a serious open-minded Bible student, and trust what the Bible teaches - but remember that time is short. “What the Bible has taught me I see as both vital and urgent for our eternal salvation; yet I know of no church or individual theologian who teaches what this book deals with in any substantive way” “Be prepared for major challenges to your understanding just as God has challenged me.” “In the epistles, Paul refers to two Israels whom he calls Israel after the flesh (I Cor 10:18) and the Israel of God (Gal 6:16); I focus mainly on the latter (but I also explain an unexpected but critically important connection between them)” “Dependent on the teaching, nearly all Christian denominations either teach nothing at all on it or almost the opposite of what Scripture repeatedly showed me. Looking back, I find this absolutely staggering!” “Very few [Christians] understand that the new covenant also only applies to Israel (as I will clearly show).” “I no longer believe that the NT [New Testament] can be fully understood without this extra Israel dimension” “Had I felt I could deliver this in a more light-hearted way I would have done so, but its implications are too awesome and fundamental to our eternal life prospects for that”
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Protestant Episcopal Almanac and Parochial List

Protestant Episcopal Almanac and Parochial List

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Jesus as Torah in John 1 12

Jesus as Torah in John 1 12

4:17 5:7 5:16 1 Peter 1:1 1:3 1:3–5 1:7 1:10–12 1:18–19 1:19 2:4–5 2:7–8 2:8 2:9–10 2:24 3:3 3:18 4:5 4:12–19 5:4 2 ... 1:1 193 1:3 122 1:19–20, 22-27 41–47, 49 1:19 41 1:20 41 1:22 42 1:23–24 42 1:25 42, 44 1:26 42 1:27 42–43 2:1–7 43 ...

Author: Dan Lioy

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781556354755

Category: Religion

Page: 318

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In this study of John 1-12, the author develops the thesis that Jesus is the divine, incarnate Torah, and that Jesus as Torah is the conceptual center of the Fourth Gospel. An overarching goal of the treatise is to explore the Evangelist's portrait of Jesus as the fulfillment of the Mosaic law. Connected with this aim is the central thesis that the Messiah appears in the Gospel of John as the realization of all the law's redemptive-historical types, prophecies, and expectations. A corresponding major claim is that those who trust in Jesus for eternal life and heed his teaching satisfy fully the requirements of the moral law recorded in Scripture. An examination of John 1-12 substantiates the truth that Jesus is the perfection of the gift of the Tanakh. He existed in the beginning with the Father and Spirit as God. The eternal Torah is light and life, fulfillment and joy, in fellowship with the triune God for all eternity. The divine Tanakh, by becoming incarnate, revealed the glory of the Father and made the fullness of God's grace and truth available to humankind. The living Word not only provides salvation but in so doing unveils the loving and redeeming heart of the Father for all to see. The Son of God is the one to whom all the Old Testament luminaries--such as Abraham, Jacob, Moses, and Isaiah--pointed, and in whom their eschatological hopes were realized. The Anointed One is greater than and supreme over all the religious institutions once associated with the Jerusalem tabernacle and temple. Even such Jewish festivals as the Feast of Tabernacles, Pentecost, Dedication, and Passover find their fulfillment in the Messiah. This volume is appropriate for personal study and is also suitable as a college and seminary text.
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Sacra Pagina 1 2 and 3 John

Sacra Pagina  1  2  and 3 John

Especially important for the notion of walking in the darkness are John 8:12; 11:10; 12:35; 1 John 2:11. ... out into the world” (1 John 4:1) and references to the “liar” (pseustēs) in John 8:44, 55; 1 John 1:10; 2:4, 22; 4:20; 5:10.

Author: John Painter

Publisher: Liturgical Press

ISBN: 9780814682616

Category: Religion

Page: 416

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The Johannine Epistles are today read as an important part of the Johannine literature. Yet the meaning of the text is often unclear. Part of the problem arises because, although 1 John is called an Epistle, it lacks the formal marks of an Epistle. In 1, 2, and 3 John, John Painter illuminates the relationship 1, 2, and 3 John have to each other and to the Gospel. Painter explains the historical context of the Johannine Epistles using a socio-rhetorical approach. The writings are shown to reflect a situation of conflict and schism within the Johannine community; they seek to persuade the readers of the truth of the writer's message. In this truth, the readers are encouraged to abide if they would have the assurance of eternal life. Painter also examines the inseparable connection between belief and ethical life in active love for one another. Through the socio-rhetorical approach Painter brings to light the continuing relevance of these writings. 1, 2, and 3 John is divided into two parts. Chapters under 1 John are Introduction to the Exegesis of 1 John," *Outline of 1 John, - *First Presentation of the Two Tests(1:6-2:27), - *Excursus: Sin and Sinlessness, - *Excursus: Love of the Brother/Sister: of One Another, - *Excursus: The Antichrist, - *Second Presentation of the Two Tests (2:28-4:6), - *Third Presentation of the Two Tests (4:7-5:12), - *Conclusion (5:13-21), and *Excursus: 'A Sin Unto Death.' - Chapters under 2 and 3 John are *2 John, - *Introduction to the Exegesis of 2 John, - *Outline of 2 John, - *Prescripti 2 John 1-3, - *Body of the Letter (4-11), - *Notice of Intention to Visit (12), - and *Final Greetings (13), - *3 John, - *Introduction to the Exegesis of 3 John, - *Outline of 3 John, - *Prescript: 3 John 1-2, - *Body of Letter (3-12), - and *Final Greetings (13-15). - John Painter is the Foundation Professor of Theology at Charles Sturt University in Canberra, Australia. "
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John 1 12

John 1 12

... 17:10, 382 18:13, 359 19:9, 154 20:21, 90 21:38, 283 22, 436 22:42, 458 22:44, 4 22:53, 342, 404 23:39-43, 372 23:44, 23 24, 190, 397 24:19, 49 John 1, 433, 449 1:1, 322 1:3, 42, 170, 172 1:4, 22, 237 1:6, 116 1:9, 302, 359 1:12, ...

Author: Craig S. Farmer

Publisher: InterVarsity Press

ISBN: 9780830879717

Category: Religion

Page: 539

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Contemporary scholars will find this volume indispensable for understanding the significance of the "spiritual Gospel" for Reformation theology and practice, and pastors will discover here a consistently fruitful source for preaching, teaching and discipleship in the "grace and truth" that have come through Jesus Christ (1:17).
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