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Perspectives on the Word of God

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Published by Wipf & Stock Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion - Christian Life,
  • Religion,
  • Christian Life - General,
  • Christian Theology - Ethics,
  • Christianity - Christian Life - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8755887M
    ISBN 101579102573
    ISBN 109781579102579
    OCLC/WorldCa45739763


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Perspectives on the Word of God by John M. Frame Download PDF EPUB FB2

For those who are versed in Frame's perspectival approach, this book will touch on many familiar themes. His 'control, authority, and presence' construction is applied to the 'Word of God' and the field of ethics in ways that I suspect will be quite edifying to many readers.4/4(1).

Perspectives on the Word of God book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Perspectives on the Word of God book succinct volume consists of three lectures exam 4/5. Perspectives on the Word of God: An Introduction to Perspectives on the Word of God book Ethics - Ebook written by John Frame.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Perspectives on the Word of God: An Introduction to Christian : John Frame.

Perspectives on the Word of God book desire to be faithful to the Lord of the Scriptures comes through loud and clear in this book. The truth he presents in this book about being captive to the Word of God is not some ivory tower speculation.

Stuart is open about the struggles he has gone through in seeking to hold to the Scriptures/5(11). Perspectives on the Word of God by John Frame,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(35). Book Overview This succinct volume consists of three lectures examining the nature, media, and application of God's word.

With the insight and care that have come to typify his writing, John M. Frame develops fresh applications of ideas set forth in his acclaimed work The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God.

Exploring key Bible passages, events from church history, common Perspectives on the Word of God book, and pastoral applications, the contributors in this volume instill Christians with both the certainty and the courage to defend the inerrancy of God's word -- the means by which God has revealed himself and /5(33).

Hebrews - For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and Perspectives on the Word of God book spirit, of joints and of marrow, and Perspectives on the Word of God book the thoughts and intentions of the heart.

PERSPECTIVES ON THE WORD OF GOD Part 2 of 3: “The Media of the Word of God” by John M. Frame. In the previous lecture, I argued that God’s Word, according to Scripture, is the self-expression of God’s lordship, of his control, his authority, and his presence.

David’s perspective was influenced by the Word of God not by his human fears or understanding. We don’t always get to choose which Goliath’s we face but we do get to choose whether we face our Goliath’s with our faith in God’s Word or our faith in ourselves.

To be a mighty in faith like David, we need to be convinced that God’s Word. About the Author. Leland Ryken (PhD, University of Oregon) served as professor of English at Wheaton College for nearly 50 years. He has authored or edited over fifty books, including The Word of God in English and A Complete Handbook of Literary Forms in the s: In the pages of this book you’ll find six authors who are striving to help us understand God’s perspective on words.

Whether it’s the words of relationships, words of eloquence, words of sarcasm, words of story, or words of song—all of these have to do with who we are and how we Size: 2MB. The theme of God's love, particularly as seen in Christ's sacrificial death on Calvary—the grandest truth of the universe—is the focus of the Bible.

All major Bible truths, therefore, should be studied from this perspective. Authorship of the Scriptures The Bible's authority for faith and practice rises from its origin.

However, the Word of God precedes the Bible and surpasses it. That is why the centre of our faith isn't just a book, but a salvation history and above all a person, Jesus Christ, the Word of God.

Speaking of the Bible as “a phenomenon which is explainable in but one way—it is the word of God,” the late Dr. Lewis Sperry Chafer wrote, “It is not such a book as man would write if he could, or could write if he would.” 22 It is beyond the scope of man’s capacity to write a book like the Bible under the conditions describes above.

Perspectives on the Doctrine of God presents in counterpoint form four basic common beliefs on the doctrine of God that have developed over the course of church history with a goal of determining which view is most faithful to Scripture.

Contributors to this fifth book in the PERSPECTIVES series are Regent College J.I. Packer chair in Theology and Philosophy Paul Helm (Classical Calvinist. Lecture one: The nature of the word of God --Introduction to the lecture series --The nature of the Word --Lecture two: The media of the word of God --Diverse kinds of media --Event-media --Nature and general history --Redemptive history --Miracle --Word-media --The divine voice --God's Word through the prophets and apostles --God's written Word --Preaching --Person-media --The human constitution.

Reading the Bible from a Hebrew Perspective God's Word First. Let’s begin by acknowledging the obvious fact that all scripture was written by Hebrew people. Authored by God, but written by Hebrews.

Something most people don’t realize is that the Hebrews are an ancient eastern oriental culture and they are very different from most other. Because God has made himself known in his Word, a commitment to a high view of Scripture is of paramount importance.

Sadly, more and more people--not only from outside the church but also from within--are denying the complete truthfulness of God's Word/5. For those who are versed in Frame's perspectival approach, this book will touch on many familiar themes.

His 'control, authority, and presence' construction is applied to the 'Word of God' and the field of ethics in ways that I suspect will be quite edifying to many readers.4/5(1). THE BIBLE – “The Bible is the Word of God” 4 4. Much of the Old Testament is composed of numerous direct quotations from God.

Almost half (48%) of the Book of Exodus is composed of direct quotations from God, and the expression, “God spoke these words” occurs times in that book.

Even though there is a lot of advice being given in the world as to how to approach COVID, the sooner one focuses on Who God is, what God expects and how God works, and then is convinced of the fact that God causes, allows and directs all things according to His sovereign plan, the more one will experience the strength, hope, peace, comfort.

Calvinism, Arminianism, and the Word of God: A Calvary Chapel Perspective Paperback – January 1, by/5(15). Fifty years ago, Dei Verbum called Catholics to reflect on the inherent unity of the "one table of the word of God and the body of Christ." Drawing from a variety of ancient and modern insights, the author proposes a fresh view of word and sacrament as interrelated facets of God's one Pages: Buy Captive to the Word of God: A Particular Baptist Perspective On Reformed And Covenant Theology by Brogden, Stuart L (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(5). Book – Is Jesus the Son of God Book – Why the Bible Is the Word of God Book – How You Can Be Healed Book – Prayer That Moves Mountains Book – The Way To Eternal Life Book – Gods Master Key to Prosperity Book – Apostles Prophets and Governments.

John G. Lake. The Real Christian Book – Adventures In God. E.W. Kenyon. The Word of God is power. The Book of Hebrews describes Christ as “upholding all things by the word of his power.” Jesus walked on the water by the Science of the Spoken Word.

He stilled the tempests. He said, “Peace, be still!” and the waters were stilled. Perspectives on the Word of God Preaching Christ From the Decalogue Presuppositional Apologetics: An Introduction A Theology of Opportunity Traditionalism Trinitarian Analogies Walking Together When in the Course of Human Events Does Civil Disobedience Become Necessary.

The triune God created and upholds us by his Word, redeems us by re-narrating our lives by his gospel, and directs us by his commands so that our words become more conformed to his Word. These many facets of verbal communication-both divine and human-are displayed in one rich and enriching jewel.

In Acts 7, we see the fruit of the Word of God in Stephen's life. He believed God's Word. He allowed God's Word to change him. And, he proclaimed God's Word boldly.

In our passage from 2 Timothy 3, we will see that God's Word should cause the same effects in our lives. We can trust God's Word. The Inerrant Word: Biblical, Historical, Theological, and Pastoral Perspectives. Christians are called to stand firm on the inerrancy of Scripture. Sadly, more and more people—not only from outside the church but also from within—are denying the complete truthfulness of God’s Word.

PERSPECTIVES ON THE WORD OF GOD Part 3 of 3: “The Word of God and Christian Ethics” by John M. Frame. In the last two lectures I have discussed the nature and the media of the Word of God, using the triperspectival categories of my book to unpack some.

He looks at the Five Points of Arminianism and the Five Points of Calvinism and then looks at what the Bible says about each of those topics. Those things are then what Calvary Chapel believe/5. Book Description. As the population of older Americans grows, meaningful perspectives on aging are needed by both the young and the old.

Biblical Perspectives on Aging: God and the Elderly takes a detailed look at the views of aging presented in the Old and New Testaments. This wide ranging and insightful survey encompasses not only the entire Bible but also interpretations of sacred Middle.

Calvinism, Arminianism & The Word of God A Calvary Chapel Perspective by Chuck Smith Introduction 1. The "Five Points of Arminianism" 2. The "Five Points of Calvinism" 3. Calvary Chapel's Perspective Introduction What does it mean to be a part of the growing number of Calvary Chapel Fellowships.

There are certain distinctions that cause us to. It is the Word of the living God, and it must be preached as His commandment, not as an optional opinion that you may want to consider.

Both the preacher and the congregation are under the same authority of the Word. If it steps on your toes, it probably stepped on mine while I was studying the text for the message.

We all must obey God’s Word. By Joseph C. Sommer Introduction Humanists reject the claim that the Bible is the word of God. They are convinced the book was written solely by humans in an ignorant, superstitious, and cruel age. They believe that because the writers of the Bible lived in an unenlightened era, the book.

The expression “the word of God” usually refers to a divine message or to a collection of those messages. In a few places, “The Word of God” or “the Word” is used as a personal title —Revelation ; John 1: A divine message.

The prophets often stated that the messages they delivered were God’s word. User seluis uploaded this DVD Collected Works Of John FrameCDROM: Salvation Belongs To The Lord Perspectives On The Word Of God BookOld Book - Collected Works Of John Frame PNG image on Jpm.

The resolution of this file is xpx and its file size is: MB. The image can be used for personal use only. This PNG image is filed under the tags: Collected Works Of. By using the term Logos or “Word” in JohnJohn is amplifying and applying a concept with which his audience was familiar and using that to introduce his readers to the true Logos of God in Jesus Christ, the Living Word of God, fully God and yet fully man, who came to reveal God to man and redeem all who believe in Him from their sin.

In the beginning was the Pdf, and the Pdf was with God, and the Word was God. John also wrote. The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us.

We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth. In the Book of Revelation it says.Genesis is the download pdf verse of the first chapter in the Book of it, God (the Hebrew word used for God, like in all of Genesis 1, is Elohim) made light by declaration ("God said, 'Let there be light,' and there was light").It is a part of the Torah portion known as Bereshit (Genesis ).

"Let there be light" (like "in the beginning" in Genesis ) has entered into common Book: Book of Genesis.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.