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"A Biblical Theology of the hot testomony provides clean perception and realizing to theological self-discipline. students from Dallas theological Seminary mix to create this crucial quantity edited through Roy B. Zuck. each one contributor seems to be at divine revelation because it appears to be like chronologically within the New testomony canon, permitting you to witness God's fact because it opened up in the course of the decades"--Jacket.
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Is, however, Paul, for want of a better description, representative of a second-generation disciple? Apparently not, at least in the way in which he saw his conversion and call to ministry. From Paul's point of view, he was made a disciple by Jesus Himself. No man instructed him (Gal. 1:11-24). Paul's case, therefore, does not permit a clear answer to be given to the question about the transfer of authority. His own letters suggest that even in his case, however, the authority to do miracles waxed and waned, so that near the end of his life he at one point despaired of saving an ill comrade (Epaphroditus, who nevertheless recovered, Phil.
The Son of Man's field is the world in which He sows His disciples, the "sons of the kingdom" (v. 38). The devil is also active, sowing "the sons of the evil one" (vv. 38-39). But a separation will take place at "the end of the age" (v. 39) when "the Son of Man will send out his angels, and they will weed out of his kingdom everything that causes sin and all who do evil" (v. 41). The last verse of Matthew's gospel records Jesus' promise to the disciples that He will be with them to "the very end of the age" (28:20), when He will return.
21). Yet some sense of spatial significance is suggested as well by the subsequent phrase, "everywhere in his dominion" (v. 22). Thus both aspects of the word may be relevant in a particular passage, though one sense may predominate in any given instance. There is also a temporal duality associated with the use of the word in the Old and New Testaments. Usually the kingdom of God is spoken of as a present reality. According to the psalmist, for example, "All you have made will praise you, 0 Lord; your saints will extol you.