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📒Prophecies And The Prophetic Spirit In The Christian Era ✍ Johann Joseph Ignaz von Döllinger
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📒Christian Prophecy ✍ Niels Christian Hvidt
✏Christian Prophecy Book Summary : Throughout the Hebrew Bible, God guides and saves his people through the words of his prophets. When the prophets are silenced, the people easily lose their way. What happened after the incarnation, death and resurrection of Christ? Did God fall silent? The dominant position in Christian theology is that prophecy did indeed cease at some point in the past -if not with the Old Testament prophets, then with John the Baptist, with Jesus, with the last apostle, or with the closure of the canon of the New Testament. Nevertheless, throughout the history of Christianity there have always been acclaimed saints and mystics -most of them women-who displayed prophetic traits. In recent years, the charismatic revival in both Protestant and Catholic circles has once again raised the question of the place and function of prophecy in Christianity. Scholarly theological attitudes toward Christian prophecy range from modest recognition to contempt. Mainstream systematic theology, both Protestant and Catholic, has mostly marginalized or ignored the gift of prophecy. In this book, however, Niels Christian Hvidt argues that prophecy has persisted in Christianity as an inherent and continuous feature in the life of the church. Prophecy never died, he argues, but rather proved its dynamism by mutating to meet new historical conditions. He presents a comprehensive history of prophecy from ancient Israel to the present and closely examines the development of the theological discourse that surrounds it. Throughout, though, there is always an awareness of the critical discernment required when evaluating the charism of prophecy. The debate about prophecy, Hvidt shows, leads to some profound insights about the very nature of Christianity and the church. For example, some have argued that Christianity is a perfect state and that all that is required for salvation is acceptance of its doctrines. Others have emphasized how God continues to intervene and guide his people onto the right path as the full implementation of God's salvation in Christ is still far away. This is the position that Hvidt forcefully and persuasively defends and develops in this ambitious and important work.
✏Prophecies of Christ and Christian times selected from the Old and New Testament by a layman sir J Bayley ed by H Clissold Book Summary :
📒Always Victorious The Earliest Church Not Pre But Post Millennial ✍ Francis Nigel Lee
✏Always Victorious The Earliest Church Not Pre But Post Millennial Book Summary : Many modern Pretribulationists and other Dispensationalists claim that most (if not all) of the first Early Church Fathers were Rapturists. Such believe Jesus could return any moment to resurrect dead Christians and then secretly rapture His dwindling though still-living Church up in the air before the great tribulation of ungodly earthlings. Thereafter, the Church would then return and rule with Christ on Earth for a thousand years - until God would resurrect the wicked dead. That notion is false. Neither the Church of the Older Testament (even when under foreign domination) nor the always-struggling and often-persecuted Church of the Newer Testament ever expected to dwindle or to be whisked away; but only to conquer this great planet Earth under her victorious Messiah. That Church expected God not to the rapture her - but to heal the World His Son had come to save.
📒Prophecy In Early Christianity And The Ancient Mediterranean World ✍ David Edward Aune
✏Prophecy in Early Christianity and the Ancient Mediterranean World Book Summary : Aune's comprehensive study of early Christian prophecy includes a review of its antecedents (Greco-Roman oracles, ancient Israelite prophecy, prophecy in early Judaism), a discussion of Jesus as prophet, and analyses of Christian prophetic speeches from Paul to the middle of the second century A.D.
✏Release Date : 1679
✏ISBN : BL:A0020642487
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏The Spirit of Prophecy a Treatise to Prove that Christ and His Apostles Were Prophets Together with the Divine Authority of Christian Religion and the Holy Scriptures Asserted Against Mr Hobbs and the Treatise by M Clifford of Humane Reason By W illiam H ughes Book Summary :
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📒The Popular Encyclopedia Of Bible Prophecy ✍ Tim LaHaye
✏The Popular Encyclopedia of Bible Prophecy Book Summary : More than one-fourth of the Bible was prophetic in nature at the time it was written, and Christ's second coming is mentioned more than 300 times in Scripture. Clearly, God wants you to anticipate the last days—but Bible prophecy can seem vague and mysterious. Find the clarity and answers you need in this comprehensive resource filled with thousands of facts about Christ's return and the end times. Prophecy teachers Tim LaHaye and Ed Hindson combine knowledge from an outstanding team of more than 40 experts to bring you... detailed definitions of prophecy-related terms helpful timetables of last-days events, including the rapture and the glorious appearing thorough summaries of all the major prophetic viewpoints vital understanding of the key players, such as the Antichrist and the False Prophet Gain wisdom and insight as you repeatedly reach for this A-to-Z encyclopedia to find biblical answers to your toughest prophecy questions.
📒Hermas And Christian Prophecy ✍ J. Reiling
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