The Apostolic Preaching of the Cross: APOSTOLIC PREACHING OF THE CRO de Morris, LeonThe Apostolic Preaching of the Cross: APOSTOLIC PREACHING OF THE CRO de Morris, Leon

The Apostolic Preaching of the Cross: APOSTOLIC PREACHING OF THE CRO

deMorris, Leon

Couverture souple | 7 novembre 1955

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This modern classic of biblical scholarship explains what the apostles meant when they used such words as "redeem," "covenant," "propitiate," "reconcile," and "justify." Leon Morris carefully explores these themes against the backgrounds of both Old Testament Judaism and New Testament Christianity a rewarding task that results in a more complete understanding of these key Christian terms.]]>
Leon Morris (1914-2006) retired as Principal ofRidley College in Melbourne, Australia, in 1979. He is theauthor of more than forty books, including The ApostolicPreaching of the Cross, the volumes on Matthew andRomans in The Pillar New Testament Commentary, and thevolumes on John and the Thessalonian epistles in the NewInternational Co...
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Titre :The Apostolic Preaching of the Cross: APOSTOLIC PREACHING OF THE CROFormat :Couverture soupleDimensions :318 pages, 8,5 × 5,51 × 0,87 poPublié le :7 novembre 1955Publié par :WM. B. EERDMANS PUBLISHING CO.

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ISBN - 10 :080281512X

ISBN - 13 :9780802815125

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To understand the significant terms used in New Testament teaching about Christ's death--for example, redemption, covenant, propitiation, justification--Morris sets these words against the background of the Greek Old Testament, the papyri, and the Rabbinic writings as a basis for an examination of them in their New Testament setting.

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George Eldon Ladd
"A fresh, competent linguistic and exegetical study."