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Jesus Unbound

Author : Richard D Malmed
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This is a historical novel of the life of Jesus, which combines a reconciliation of the gospels, Jewish law, Roman law, forensic reasoning, and research on the nature of Roman counterintelligence. It follows Jesus from his early years to his crucifixion and disappearance from the tomb and includes a final interview with Nicodemus several years later.

Jesus Unbound

Author : Keith Giles
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What if the Bible actually keeps us from hearing the Word of God? For many Christians, the Bible is the only way to know anything about God. But according to that same Bible, everyone can know God directly through an actual relationship with Jesus. Jesus Unbound is an urgent call for the followers of Jesus to know Him intimately because the Gospel is not mere information about God, but a transformational experience with a Christ who is closer to us than our own heartbeat.

Jesus Unbound

Author : Jonathan Holland
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Jonathan Holland uses his skills as a story teller to bring to life Jesus, his experiences and encounters with people. Years of research and reflection into the subject are combined with an interest in art to produce an enjoyable, stimulating and thought provoking book. Emerging from its pages comes a compelling and affectionate portrait of the man behind the Christian faith. This beautifully produced devotional book is also suitable for Lenten studies or as a gift book.

Commentary on the New Testament

Author : Robert H. Gundry
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Verse-by-verse explanations with a literal translation Shouldn't a Bible commentary clarify what God's Word actually says? Going beyond questions of authorship, date, sources, and historicity, respected linguist and teacher Gundry offers a one-volume exposition of the New Testament that focuses on what is most useful for preaching, teaching, and individual study--what the biblical text really means. Providing interpretive observations in a "breezy" style that's easy to read and adaptable for oral use in pulpit or classroom presentations, Gundry directs his book to an evangelical audience. His crisp translation of the New Testament inserts various phrasings of passages in brackets, allowing for smooth transition from original text to alternative and contemporary readings. SAMPLE TEXT OF TRANSLATION JOHN'S PREDICTING A MORE POWERFUL BAPTIZER THAN HE (Mark 1:1-8) 1:1-3: The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, God's Son, according as it's written in Isaiah the prophet, "Behold, I'm sending my messenger before your face [= ahead of you], who'll pave your way [= the road you'll travel], [the messenger who is] the voice of one crying out in the wilderness, 'Prepare the way of the Lord. Make his paths straight.'" Pastors, Sunday school teachers, small-group leaders, and laypeople will welcome Gundry's non-technical explanations and clarifications. And Bible students at all levels will appreciate his sparkling interpretations of the NT Scriptures. A trustworthy guide for anybody wanting to delve deeper into God's Word. SAMPLE TEXT OF COMMENTS "Gospel" means "good news." Jews would associate this good news with Isaiah 52:7. Non-Jews would think of the good news of an emperor's accession to power, birthday, visit to a city, military victory, or bringing of prosperity to the empire. But Mark's good news has to do with the salvation and victory brought by Jesus over evil in all its demonic and physical forms. "The gospel of Jesus Christ" therefore means "the gospel about Jesus Christ" and refers to a proclaimed message ("the voice of one crying out"), not a book (though because books like Mark's contain that proclaimed message, the term came to refer to those books in the capitalized form of "Gospels" to distinguish them from the message, kept uncapitalized as "gospel").

Commentary on John Commentary on the New Testament Book 4

Author : Robert H. Gundry
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Delve Deeper into God's Word In this verse-by-verse commentary, Robert Gundry offers a fresh, literal translation and a reliable exposition of Scripture for today's readers. In the Gospel of John, Jesus appears as God's preexistent Son who carried out the will of God his Father completely, took full charge even of his own death and resurrection, and thus demands and deserves to be believed. Pastors, Sunday school teachers, small group leaders, and laypeople will welcome Gundry's nontechnical explanations and clarifications. And Bible students at all levels will appreciate his sparkling interpretations. This selection is from Gundry's Commentary on the New Testament.

Bible and Popular Culture

Author : Philip Leroy Culbertson
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In popular culture, the Bible is generally associated with films: The Passion of the Christ, The Ten Commandments, Jesus of Montreal, and many others. Less attention has been given to the relationship between the Bible and other popular media such as hip-hop, reggae, rock, and country and western music; popular and graphic novels; animated television series; and apocalyptic fantasy. This collection of essays explores a range of media and the way the Bible features in them, applying various hermeneutical approaches, engaging with critical theory, and providing conceptual resources and examples of how the Bible reads popular culture—and how popular culture reads the Bible. This useful resource will be of interest for both biblical and cultural studies. The contributors are Elaine M. Wainwright, Michael Gilmour, Mark McEntire, Dan W. Clanton Jr., Philip Culbertson, Jim Perkinson, Noel Leo Erskine, Tex Sample, Roland Boer, Terry Ray Clark, Steve Taylor, Tina Pippin, Laura Copier, Jaap Kooijman, Caroline Vander Stichele, and Erin Runions.

The Gospel of the Beloved Disciple

Author : Herman C. Waetjen
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There is a general consensus that the Fourth Gospel underwent two editions. But in contrast to all previous efforts to reconstruct these two editions on the basis of source and redaction criticism, Waetjen maintains that these two editions essentially overlap without far-reaching changes. Chapter 1-20 originated within the Jewish community of Alexandria and were addressed to Jews in order to persuade them to "believe into" Jesus as the Messiah, the Son of God. The second edition originated when chapter 21 as added and certain revisions were made in chapters 1-20 by an editor in the Christian community of Ephesus in order to present the Gospel to Gentile Christians and perhaps attendantly to legitimate it for canonization. Waetjen examines John's gospel by engaging in a close reading of various units of the Gospel from the perspective of a two-level drama that presents two narrative worlds within the literary structure of the Gospel. Out of his readings of the texts, one of the major and provocative conclusions Waetjen draws is that Lazarus is the Beloved Disciple of Jesus in chapters 1-20. John, the son of Zebedee, is intimated to play the role of the Beloved Disciple not only in chapter 21, but throughout the Gospel. In other words, the editor of chapter 21 has concluded that John (based on the title that the gospel already bears), is the Beloved Disciple and project that backwards from chapter 21 throughout the previous 20 chapters. Waetjen's thorough scholarship and his attention to detail in his original readings challenge traditional readings of John's Gospel, providing fresh insights into the Gospel.

Jesus Christ in World History

Author : Jan A. B. Jongeneel
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Based on the author's thesis (Th.D.)--Leiden University, 1971.

Jesus Through Pagan Eyes

Author : Rev. Mark Townsend
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For Pagans and Christians alike, Jesus Through Pagan Eyes offers a provocative portrait ofJesus—as a compassionate, life-affirming, nature-inspired spiritual teacher, freed from the limiting ideology of the Church. Rev. Mark Townsend sets the stage by exploring the historical evidence of who Jesus was as a human being before delving into the realm of metaphor and mythology, the notion of Christ, and the Church's conception of Jesus as Christ. The heart of this unique book lies in the thoughtful and deeply moving collection of stories, essays, and interviews about Jesus from today's most respected Pagan, Wiccan, and Druidic leaders. Contributors such as Maxine Sanders, Christopher Penczak, Janet Farrar, Diana Paxson, Philip Carr-Gomm, Oberon Zell-Ravenheart, John Michael Greer, Selena Fox, and Raven Grimassi explore the historical figure of Jesus in relation to Witchcraft, the tarot, goddess worship, and shamanism—while illustrating how this god of the Christian church blesses and inspires those who embrace non-traditional spiritual paths. Whether you envision Jesus as an ascended master, a human teacher, or a mythic god-man, this remarkable book will introduce you to a Jesus who fits fully into the Pagan imagination. Praise: "Townsend uses Jesus to initiate dialogue, and he does so in way that is accepting and inclusive of many understandings and interpretations of Jesus, his purpose, and his relevance (or irrelevance) in the religious practices of contemporary Pagans." —Huffington Post "This work admirably promotes understanding between belief systems that have a sometimes uneasy relationship."—Publishers Weekly

Elenchus of Biblica

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Forty Days 40 Nights

Author : Myron Bishop
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Forty Days, 40 Nights By: Myron Bishop Forty Days, 40 Nights recounts the journey that took place after Jesus of Nazareth was resurrected from the grave to his final ascent into Heaven. This book is based on the folklore and mythology that surrounds this specific time. Where did he go and what did he do in these 40 days? These tales strive to answer the unknown, and will invite each reader to consider the possibilities of the lost time between his resurrection and ascension to Heaven.

A Guide for passing Lent holily Translated from the French and adapted to the use of the English Church The editor s preface signed E B P i e Edward Bouverie Pusey

Author : Jean-Baptiste-Élie Avrillon
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Jesus What Really Happened

Author : Brad Steuerwald
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As a boy growing up on a dairy farm in Wisconsin, Brad Steuerwald remembers Zion Church and looking up at the front of the church and the stained glass window next to the altar, showing Jesus coming out of his tomb. He wondered who this man was. After many years of searching, he finally decided that the historical Jesus could be found in his demonstrations -- "signs" -- of the Jewish festivals -- Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Hanukkah, Passover and Pentecost. "Jesus: What Really Happened" is written to demonstrate that Jesus spent his ministry demonstrating, giving "signs" of these festivals. When Jesus finally broke out of his cave-tomb, leaving his face-cloth with his image, this was taken as the ultimate sign of Passover.


Author : J. Franklin
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The Rhythm Of The Gospel is the culmination of a four year expedition into the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Each book was disassembled, compared with the others, then all four meticulously reassembled into chronological order, while any events or descriptions common to all four books were condensed into a single composite. The resultant assemblage was then put into rhyme. Due to the intrinsic nature of poetry, a few parts of the Scripture were necessarily excluded, and the whole of th

Writing on the Gospel of Mark

Author : W.R. Telford
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Reynolds s Miscellany of Romance General Literature Science and Art

Author : George William MacArthur Reynolds
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Jesus Of Asian Women the

Author : Muriel Orevillo-Montenegro
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If Christ Came to the Olympics

Author : William Joseph Baker
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If Christ came to the Olympics, what would He see? What would He hear? What would He think of the modern Games? And what would be His response?

A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures

Author : Johann Peter Lange
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Things Hidden

Author : Richard Rohr
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‘Only when the two come together, inner and outer authority, do we have true spiritual wisdom. We have for too long insisted on outer authority alone, without any teaching of prayer, inner journey and maturing consciousness. The results for the world and for religion have been disastrous . . . I offer these reflections to again unite what should never have been separated: sacred Scripture and Christian spirituality.’ From The Introduction In this exploration of central themes of Scripture, Richard Rohr transforms the written word, discovering in these ancient texts a new and vital meaning, relevant and essential for modern Christians. He uncovers what the Bible says about morality, power, wisdom and the generosity of God in a manner that demands a life-changing response from believers. Rohr offers his readers a Christian vision of abundance, grace and joy to counteract a world filled with scarcity, judgement and fear—a vision that can revolutionize how we relate to ourselves, others and the world.