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spiritþs relation to the risen Lord in Paul: an examination of its christological implications

by Mehrdad Fatehi

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Published by Mohr Siebeck in T ubingen .
Written in English

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  • Christliche Religion

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    SeriesWissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament, Reihe 2 -- 128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22520722M
    ISBN 10316147371X

    The Christological Implications What concerns Christ (Christology) and what concerns Christians/the Church (soteriology and ecclesiology) are the two major, yet interrelated strands of this teaching. Respecting Christ, perhaps most striking is the working relationship between Christ and the Holy Spirit that results from the resurrection. Spirit baptism thus implies a relationship of unity between the Lord and the church that is not fundamentally one of identity but rather communion. Spirit baptism has a relational structure that has communion at its essence, the communion of self-giving love (, ). Macchia makes the implications of this quite clear.

    The Wipf & Stock Theological Studies Collection provides essential resources students and scholars. From historical theology to the trinity and eschatology, these in-depth monographs examine important interpretive and difficult questions. Learn about Luther and his theology of the Cross, examine Jesus' death and resurrection from a new perspective, or simply find new . The Eucharist: Source and Summit of the Life and Mission of the Church — Instrumentum Laboris. The Risen Lord is present in his Church in various ways, but he is present in a particularly unique way in the Sacrament of the Eucharist. When treating the subject, the words of Pope John Paul II, reported in his book, Rise, Let Us Be On.

    Walter Künneth (1 January in Etzelwang – 26 October in Erlangen) was a German Protestant the Nazi era, he was part of the Confessing Church, and in the s took part in the debate around the demands of Rudolf Bultmann to 'de-mythologize' the New Testament as an advocate of a word-oriented interpretation of the Bible.. The Walter . The Mission of God book. Read 71 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. the Messiah, crucified and risen as the "key to all of history"(). Jesus is the center of history because in God's story Jesus "is the one who accomplished the mission of God for all creation" (ibid). Further, Wright demonstrates how the mission /5.


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Fatehi, Mehrdad. The Spirit's Relation to the Risen Lord in Paul: An Examination of Its Christological Implications Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament.

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[Mehrdad Fatehi] -- "The early Christians' experiences of the risen Christ through the Spirit had a major role in the development of early Christology. The Spirit's Relation to the Risen Lord in Paul: An Examination of Its Christological Implications.

Mehrdad Fatehi studies Paul's letters and shows that the risen Lord is featured in the religious experiences of Paul and the Pauline believers as the present and active lord of the new covenant community.

The Spirit’s Relation to the Risen Lord in Paul An Examination of Its Christological Implications Published by the esteemed Mohr Siebeck Wunt Series, in this thesis Mehrdad Fatehi studies Paul’s letters and shows that the risen Lord is featured in the religious experiences of Paul and the Pauline believers as the present and active lord of the new covenant community.

The Spirit's Relation to the Risen Lord in Paul: an Examination of Its Christological Implications, (). The Spirit's Relation to the Risen Lord in Paul: an Examination of Its : Brett David Burrowes. The Spirit's Relation to the Risen Lord in Paul is a slightly revised version of Mehrdad Fatehi's doctoral thesis written under the supervision of Max Turner.

In it he examines the Spirit's role in connection to both God and Christ in early Judaism and its significance for the divine Christology debate. The work is divided into four parts that span 15 chapters plus front (preface.

in the Old Testament, which refer to the risen Lord’s presence and activity within the believers. In chapter Relation.

demonstrates from a number of verses (1 Cor. ; Rom. ; ; ; ; ) that the risen Christ as the living Lord exercises His lord-ship among the believers through the Spirit. Chapter Many Christians have mistakenly treated the book of Romans as a systematic, abstract outline of Paul's theology.

And so they have concluded that the themes on the surface of the book form the heart of Paul's theological system. But a closer examination of Romans reveals that Paul wrote even this book to address particular problems. 22 See Chris Tilling, “Paul’s Divine-Christology: The Relation Between the Risen Lord and Believers in Paul, and the Divine-Christology Debate” (Ph.D.

diss., Brunel University, ) which complements Fatehi’s work by examining Paul’s pattern of language concerning the risen Lord’s relationship to believers, a pattern of language. Terrot R. Glover — Elsewhere Paul says explicitly: “The Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.” The Spirit and the Risen Christ are for him practically indistinguishable—the source of the new life, the earnest of God’s intentions for.

In his classic book, The Eucharistic Words of Jesus, Joachim Jeremias argues that the dominical directive central to the Lord’s Supper, “Do this in remembrance of me” (1 Cor ; Luke ), interprets the Lord’s table as a liturgical act evoking God's remembrance of the covenant established in Jesus’ blood.

Paul’s Seven Missionary Journeys with Seven Implications. Posted on October 1, by October 1, From a Christological point of view, he reinterpreted this event and applied it to his life’s work. From the time he encountered the risen Lord Jesus to his martyrdom, Paul was on mission for the sake of the lost.

In fact, he. When it is examined, Tilling maintains that Paul sees the relationship between believers and the risen Lord as corresponding to the language concerning the relationship to YHWH in Second Temple Judaism.

The heart of Tilling's thesis occurs in chapterswhere he examines the Pauline data in detail. He begins with an examination of 1 Cor Paul often uses this term to signal a new subject, but in this book he also uses it to signal the oneness of this church with both Paul and the other churches.

"by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ" In Jewish life the name represented one's character and authority. Throughout history the “bride of Christ” has affirmed its faith through simple confessions like Romans and through more developed creedal statements like the Nicene Creed (A.D.

) where the Church confessed its belief in one Lord Jesus Christ, the only-begotten Son of God, begotten of the Father before all worlds, God of God, Light.

Mehrdad Fatehi is the author of The Spirit's Relation to the Risen Lord in Paul ( avg rating, 1 rating, 1 review, published ), What the Bible Say 5/5. Introduction The Epistle to the Ephesians, along with those letters to the Philippians, the Colossians, and Philemon, is a Christological Epistle.

Careful examination unfolds the grandeur and the glory of the Person and work of our Lord Jesus Christ. While it is true that this book of six chapters is a treatment of the design and destiny of the Church, we must be careful to observe.

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Jesus the Lord According to Paul the Apostle: A Concise Introduction Gordon D. Fee Representing the fruit of a lifetime of study, this work from a revered evangelical scholar provides a concise summary of Paul's teaching about Jesus. The best books on Pauline Studies ranked by scholars, journal reviews, and site users.

Find the best commentary on Pauline Studies%(1).This is the first of a four-volume groundbreaking study of Christological origins. The fruit of twenty years research, Jesus Monotheism lays out a new paradigm that goes beyond the now widely held view that Paul and others held to an unprecedented Christological monotheism.One of the primary defenses for a universal salvation falls at the end of the so-called Philippians Christ Hymn in Historically, it was the passage referred to by the early church fathers to settle the Arian controversy by declaring the nature of Jesus.