4 edition of John 1:1 as Prooftext found in the catalog.
March 18, 1999 by University Press of America .
Written in English
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John as Prooftext: Trinitarian or Unitarian. [Garrett C. Kenney] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. John as Prooftext provides a careful analysis to answer the question of whether this verse supports the doctrine of the trinity. Garrett C. Kenney examines the Cited by: 1.
Is the first verse of John’s Gospel more in harmony with Trinitarianism or with Unitarianism. That's the question that professor Kenney sets out to answer in ‘John As Prooftext’, where he analyzes the verse in light of a variety of methods, including (but not limited to) textual criticism, lexical criticism, grammatical criticism, and translation criticism.3/5.
John as Prooftext: Trinitarian or Unitarian?: : Garrett C. Kenney: Libros en idiomas extranjeros. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 44 pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: chapter 1 Introduction chapter 2 John and Textual Criticism chapter 3 John and Lexical Criticism chapter 4 John and Grammatical Criticism chapter 5 John and Translation Criticism chapter 6 Conclusion chapter 7 References chapter 8.
John as Prooftext: Trinitarian or Unitarian?: Garrett C. Kenney: Books - 3/5(1). The story of Jesus feeding the five thousand is found in all four Gospels, and is told in two of them twice. Roger David Aus primarily explores the many facets of early Palestinian Judaism which inform the story, especially in regard to the miracle-worker Elisha.
He describes four major motifs. Greetings, I'm Sean K. Garrigan, and I've decided to join the blogosphere to share my ruminations on theology and other things. Feel free to comment on any issue raised here. John as Prooftext provides a careful analysis to answer the question of whether this verse supports the doctrine of the trinity.
Garrett C. Kenney examines the subtleties of many interpretive problems, balancing arguments on both sides of the debate Pages: See also John Piper’s seminar at The Gospel Coalition“What Jesus Demands from the World.” The book of Isaiah begins, “The vision of Isaiah the son of Amoz, which he saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah” (Isaiah ).
Greetings, I'm Sean K. Garrigan, and I've decided to join the blogosphere to share my ruminations on theology and other things.
Feel free to comment on any issue raised here. If you'd prefer to offer comments privately you can send me an email at [email protected] However, please note that because of a busy schedule I can't promise to respond to everyone. That John says that Isaiah ‘saw’ Jesus’ glory does not have to mean he literally saw it.
Take for example Is. which characterizes the whole book of Isaiah’s prophecies as. The vision concerning Judah and Jerusalem that Isaiah saw during the reigns of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz and Hezekiah, kings of Judah.
-Roman Catholic speaker Karlo Broussard wrote an article for Catholic Answers titled "Purgatory's Purifying Fire", which contains responses to various Protestant arguments against the citation of 1 Corinthians as a proof-text for that article aims to refute Catholic claims of the text being a reference to a person receiving purification in purgatory after death.
There has been much discussion of late on the various Facebook groups that I belong to concerning the prologue to John's gospel. Trinitarians, of course, see in the prologue, perhaps the clearest testimony to the deity of Christ to be found in the NT.
Biblical unitarians, of course, disagree, and various attempts have been made. The "monogenes God" version is conspicuously out of place in John's is always portrayed by John as someone of God, Lamb of God, Son of God, Love of God, Glory of God, Word of God, Bread of God, and and begotten of God.
Secondly, "monogenes God" goes against John's immediate makes John out to be speaking ambiguously to say no one has ever seen God, and then.
This Word turns out to be a person who was with God and yet was himself God (John ). 2 As the divine Word, he was the life-giving bearer of the divine Light, the Shekinah, or glorious presence of God revealed in so many different ways to Israel (John ).
Heralded by John the Baptist (), the Word came into the world to bestow on. The Gospel of the Hebrews (Greek: τὸ καθ' Ἑβραίους εὐαγγέλιον), or Gospel according to the Hebrews, was a syncretic Jewish–Christian gospel.
The text of the gospel is lost with only fragments of it surviving as brief quotations by the early Church Fathers and in apocryphal writings.
The fragments contain traditions of Jesus' pre-existence, incarnation, baptism, and. JETS 44/3 (September ) INDEX OF BOOK REVIEWS Baker, W. R., 2 Corinthians (Moyer Hubbard. John as prooftext: Trinitarian or Unitarian. by: Kenney, Garrett C. Published: () "Gott" - mit und ohne Artikel: Origenes über Joh 1,1 by: Brox, Norbert Published: () The Johannine Origins of the Johannine Logos by: Miller.
Now, we could argue about particulars of translations (i.e., John ) and interpretations which can get complicated, but there is something else we can do. Instead of meeting them head on and arguing over interpretations, we can draw something out of the text. We know from the text of John that the Pharisees denied Jesus was God in flesh.
So if John refers to "a god" then we would have the person expressing God in John to be that very only-begotten god identified in John We most certainly can't have an "only-begotten" capital 'G' God at John or we would have two Gods in play when there is.
However, you have cited John ; ; and which are prooftexts for trinitarians. I accept all verses in the Bible in context. I do not believe verses in isolation can be used to prove doctrines - when Protestants try to use 2 Timothy as a proof text for sola scripture, i.
Some things about the book are quite clear. The writer is John (he identifies himself four times;4, 9; ). The recipients of the book were seven churches () with whom John had pastoral ministry in Asia Minor (modern day Turkey).
Also clear is that the book addresses the subject of the future. But what about the future. the angel Some have suggested this particular angel to be Archippus (Col. Col.
) who was named as the first bishop of Laodicea in the Apostolical Constitutions (viii. 46) 1. Lightfoot has suggested however from Col. Col. that Archippus, presumably the son of Philemon (Philemon Phm.
), held responsibility in the church in two cities were only ten miles apart, and Col. Why I Am An Arminian Part V: Unconvinced by Prooftexts. Decemposted by Martin Glynn. Here I intend to go through certain Scriptural arguments that I have heard from Calvinists, as well as providing links to more extensive examination of them.
Brian Abasciano, “A Response to John Piper on the Heart of the Divide Between Arminianism and Calvinism” Jposted by SEA. On the 6/24/19 episode of the “Ask Pastor John” podcast, John Piper addressed what he considers to be the heart of the divide between Arminianism and his mind, it has to do with “two very different views of how God’s grace.
The story of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah in Genesis does not explicitly identify homosexuality as the sin for which they were destroyed. Some interpreters find the story of Sodom and a similar one in Judges 19 to condemn the violent rape of guests more than homosexuality, but the passage has historically been interpreted within Judaism and Christianity as a punishment for.
When the book of Acts is mentioned, a cluster of issues spring to mind, including speaking in tongues and baptism with the Holy Spirit, church government and practice, and missionary methods and strategies. At the popular level, Acts is more often mined for answers to contemporary debates than heard for its natural inflections.
Instead of using Acts as a prooftext, Alan Thompson brings a. The theologians Stanley Grenz and John Franke explain in their book Beyond Foundationalism just how a community “turns the gaze of its members toward the future.” The future in Jeremiah is one that is bright—one that everyone in the community through prayer and worship seeks as their collective future hope.
If “the word” (John14) is taken to refer to an “impersonal plan or purpose” (like Anthony Buzzard would argue), then he can use “it” to interpret the pronouns.
On the other hand, if “the word” (John14) is understood to be referring to Jesus Christ himself (like others would argue), then they can use “he”.
Nineteen-hundred years ago, someone called the Beloved Disciple told stories about Jesus and his days on earth. These stories had been told for decades when someone took the stories and wrote them down, turning them from oral tradition into the book we know as the Gospel of John.
(Philippians )" I answer: These two examples are different than 1 Cor. The "with" in 1 Cor. doesn't come after the audience of the epistle like your examples above. Also, in all of the usages, notice "with." He doesn't say "to Corinth and all the saints. He says "to Corinth with all the saints." That means : Kent Brandenburg.
However, the listed churches still represent more than million American Christians. With the New Year looming, Church Clarity's leaders claim that their analysis arrives not a moment too soon. 1 John Someone may interject and say that the Hebrew Scriptures testify that Yahweh also used both his wisdom (also equated with his knowledge and understanding) and power to create the universe, “O Yahweh, how manifold are your works.
In wisdom have you made them all; the earth is full of your creatures.” Psalm Rev: “1 Now a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman, robed with the sun, standing on the moon, and on her head a crown of twelve stars. Rev “4 Its tail swept a third of the stars from the sky and hurled them to the ground, and the dragon stopped in front of the woman as she was at the point of giving birth, so that it could.
Of course, in the Churches of Christ, Rom 6 is a famous prooftext for the necessity of baptism as a condition of salvation. In our traditional teaching, baptism is in fact the fifth and final step of five steps essential to being saved: hear, believe, repent, confess, be baptized.
1 John (19) 1 Kings (1) 1 Samuel (12) 2 Samuel (11) Acts ( 3 Whenever the doctrine of the Trinity comes up, Bible students are almost always compelled to issue about caveats and clarifications about what they are and are not saying, and agonize with blood, toil, tears and sweat over every word to ensure they are not taken out of context.
I won’t bother to do that. This series began as a series of Wednesday evening Bible studies at my church. Hearing God Developing a Conversational Relationship with God Dallas Willard InterVarsity,pp, ISBN First published in as In Search of Guidance, this book provides a biblical and experiential understanding that clarifies what it means to live in an ongoing conversational relationship with God/5.
God Himself does not change, but He progressively unfolded His revelation to men as they were able to grasp it (John ; The SDA Bible Commentary, vol.7, p. ; Selected Messages, Book 1, p. 21). Every experience or statement of Scripture is a divinely inspired record, but not every statement or experience is necessarily normative for.
Megan Phelps-Roper is the estranged daughter of the founding family of Westboro Baptist Church, which is famous for incendiary protest posters proclaiming that "God hates" this and that.
Phelps-Roper was drawn out of the church due to an interaction with someone on Twitter. She gained some prominence as a result of being a former member. How Should We Read the Book of Revelation. We misread the book of Revelation when we do not take into consideration its original author, audience, historical situation, or literary genres.
As it has often been said, “A text without a context is a pretext for a prooftext.” Genre refers to the “form of a passage.”. Introduction In a recent message I spoke of my efforts to make a “silk purse from a sow’s ear” by trying to make a Rambler station wagon into a car it was never meant to be.
I now have another confession to make: immediately after that message I bought my third Pinto. A price of $ purchased a wrecked Pinto wagon to supply parts for my other two Pintos.Acts is Not a Prooftext for the Deity of Christ; How do we know God is good?
John et al: Does Jesus’ Use of Plural Personal Pronouns Prove that Jesus and the Father are Different Persons? Echad, Yachid, and the Oneness of God; Is an Omnipotent and Omnibenevolent God Incoherent? Theology Proper, Q&A; Questions and Answers.
Study Tools.The short answer: not really. The long answer: There are two texts that might say that Jesus is God. John and Rom Let's start with Rom This text reads: Theirs are the patriarchs, and.