Message, mission and unity of the church / Ángel Manuel Rodríguez, editor, Vol. 2

Piece-Analytic Level: Gerhard Pfandl, Chapter 1. The People of God in the Old Testament, P. 1 • Ekkehardt Mueller, Chapter 2. The Universality of the Church in the New Testament, P. 19 • John McVay, Chapter 3. Biblical Metaphors for the Church: Building Blocks for Ecclesiology, P. 41 • Jin Moskala, Chapter 4. Mission in the Old Testament, P. 61 • Clinton Wahlen, Chapter 5. Mission in the New Testament, P. 81 • Sung Ik Kim, Chapter 6. Missiological Perspectives in the Book of Daniel, P. 105 • Ekkehardt Mueller, Chapter 7. Mission in the Book of Revelation, P. 129 • John W. Reeve, Chapter 8. Understanding Apostasy in the Christian Church, P. 155 • Darius Jankiewieck, Chapter 9. The Sixteenth Century Protestant Reformation and Adventist Ecclesiology, P. 191 • Alberto R. Timm, Chapter 10. Seventh-day Adventist Ecclesiology, 1844-2012 A Brief Historical Overview, P. 219 • Angel Manuel Rodriguez, Chapter 11. Oneness of the Church in Message and Mission: Its Ground, P. 243 • Fernando Canale, Chapter 12. The Message and the Mission of the Remnant: A Methodological Approach, P. 261 • Kwabena Donkor, Chapter 13. The Role of the Fundamental Beliefs in the Church, P. 287 • Denis Fortin, Chapter 14. The Holy Spirit and the Church, P. 303 • Richard Davidson, Chapter 15. The Role of the Church in the Interpretation of Scripture, P. 323 • Alberto R. Timm, Chapter 16. The Role of Ellen G. White in the Life of the Adventist Church, P. 345 • Ganoune Diop, Chapter 17. Adventist Mission Among World Religions: Some Theological Foundations, P. 361 • Richard Davidson, Chapter 18. Israel and the Church: Continuity and DiscontinuityI, P. 375 • Richard Davidson, Chapter 19. Israel and the Church: Continuity and DiscontinuityII, P. 401 • Angel Manuel Rodriguez, Chapter 20. World Religions and Salvation: An Adventist View, P. 429 • William G.Johnsson, Chapter 21. Adventist Mission Today: A Personal Reflection, P. 443Coauthor: Редактор, Rodríguez, A. M., 1945-, Ángel ManuelLanguage: англійська.Country: СПОЛУЧЕНІ ШТАТИ АМЕРИКИ.Publication: Silver Spring, MD : Biblical Research Institute, General Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists, 2013Description: xv, 476 p.ISBN: 978-0-925675-21-7.Series: Biblical Research Institute studies in Adventist ecclesiologyContents note: Preface -- xi Abbreviations -- xiii Appendix: Roadmap for Mission -- 455 Selected Scripture Index -- 461 Subject Index -- 467 Abstract: This is the second volume on the topic of ecclesiology (the doctrine of the church) produce by the Biblical Research Institute under the guidance of the Biblical Research Institute Committee. The first volume, entitled Toward an Adventist Theology of the Remnant, has been well received by the world church and is being translated into several languages. Since the introduction to this three-volume project is found in that volume, it is not necessary to repeat it here. The topic of ecclesiology continues to be a significant one for the church at the beginning of the twenty-first century. The church faces new challenges and in most cases what is needed is a clear understanding of the nature, role, and authority of the church. This ecclesiological project provides the occasion for a fruitful dialogue by emphasizing the global nature of the church, its message, mission, and authority. In this volume the main emphasis is on the unity, message, and mission of the church but the nature of the church is also addressed in a few articles exploring the notion of the people of God in the Old Testament (Pfandl), the universal church in the New Testament (Mueller), and a careful study of the most important metaphors for the church in the New Testament (McVay). The study of the mission of the church begins with an exploration of mission in the Old and New Testaments (Moskala; Whalen). Due to the fact that the apocalyptic books of the Bible are particularly important for the Adventist church, it was thought that it would be useful to study their missiology (Kim; Mueller)..Bibliography: Indexes: p. 461-476. Item type: Книги
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Indexes: p. 461-476

Preface xi

Abbreviations xiii

Appendix: Roadmap for Mission 455

Selected Scripture Index 461

Subject Index 467

This is the second volume on the topic of ecclesiology (the doctrine of the church) produce by the Biblical Research Institute under the guidance of the Biblical Research Institute Committee. The first volume, entitled Toward an Adventist Theology of the Remnant, has been well received by the world church and is being translated into several languages. Since the introduction to this three-volume project is found in that volume, it is not necessary to repeat it here. The topic of ecclesiology continues to be a significant one for the church at the beginning of the twenty-first century. The church faces new challenges and in most cases what is needed is a clear understanding of the nature, role, and authority of the church. This ecclesiological project provides the occasion for a fruitful dialogue by emphasizing the global nature of the church, its message, mission, and authority. In this volume the main emphasis is on the unity, message, and mission of the church but the nature of the church is also addressed in a few articles exploring the notion of the people of God in the Old Testament (Pfandl), the universal church in the New Testament (Mueller), and a careful study of the most important metaphors for the church in the New Testament (McVay). The study of the mission of the church begins with an exploration of mission in the Old and New Testaments (Moskala; Whalen). Due to the fact that the apocalyptic books of the Bible are particularly important for the Adventist church, it was thought that it would be useful to study their missiology (Kim; Mueller).

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