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The Word Became Flesh By Graham Jackman
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The title of this book, taken from John 1:14, is normally taken to refer to the notion of ‘incarnation’, which understands ‘the word’ as a pre-existent Son of God and... More > ‘becoming flesh’ as the transformation of this ‘word’ from a heavenly, divine existence to the life of a human being. Against this conventional interpretation the author argues that John’s use of the term ‘word’ really does refer to an act of speaking, God’s expression of His will, and that ‘becoming flesh’ describes the realisation or embodiment of His intentions, from creation onward, in a form perceptible to human senses, not only in the ‘flesh’ of Jesus but also in historical reality in the world of men. This has implications for other aspects of John’s Gospel, including its historicity, its literary form, and its relationship to the Old Testament, and leads to very different conclusions about the central issue in John’s Gospel, the person of Jesus and his relationship to God the Father and to those who believe in him.< Less
Re-reading Romans in context By Graham Jackman
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Breaking with the tradition of reading Romans as a theological treatise devoted essentially to ‘justification by faith’, this ‘re-reading’, drawing upon the insights of the... More > ‘new perspective on Paul’, views it as a true letter written to Christians in Rome. It argues that Paul’s prime concern in Romans is the troubled relationship of Jews and Gentiles in the early church, and specifically in Rome, and it seeks to follow the Apostle’s argument and his attempts to bring the separate groups together in unified worship. It also includes a short overview of the early church in Rome, a brief introduction to issues of reading and interpretation, and reflections on the importance of Romans for readers today.< Less
„Das, was du bist, das sei auch ganz“ By Graham Jackman
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Die Brüder Merz und das Dritte Reich
Die Sprache des Kreuzes By Graham Jackman
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Die Bibel lehrt und die Christen glauben, dass ‚Christus für unsere Sünden gestorben ist‘ (1.Kor 15,3). Die Frage ist nun, was bedeutet das Wort ‚für‘? Wie... More > kommt es, dass sein Tod die Beziehung anderer Menschen zu Gott beeinflusst?< Less