Paul: An Outline of His Theology

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, Sep 11, 1997 - Religion - 587 pages
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Now back in print in a beautiful new paperback edition, this study by one of Europe's foremost New Testament scholars provides a comprehensive exposition of the teaching of the apostle Paul.

Firmly grounded in a careful exegesis of the biblical text and crafted with constant reference to the wealth of scholarly study of Paul's writings, this volume is a standard for interpreters of Paul's thought and all students of the New Testament.
 

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Contents

The New Obedience
253
43 The Theocentric Point of View Sanctification
258
44 The Totalitarian Point of View Perfection
265
45 Unity and Multiplicity the Concreteness of the Paraenesis
272
46 Tertius Usus Legis
278
47 Liberty and Conscience
288
48 Love
293
49 Life in the World
301

9 The Firstborn From the Dead The Last Adam
53
10 In Christ with Christ The Old and the New Man
57
11 Revealed in the Flesh Flesh and Spirit
64
12 Christ the Son of God and the Image of God
68
13 The Firstborn of Every Creature
78
14 Christ the Exalted and Coming Kyrios
86
The Life in Sin
91
16 The Universality of Sin Flesh Adam
93
17 The Essence of Sin Anthropological or Thelogical
100
18 The Wrath of God
108
19 The Corruption of Man
114
20 Romans 7 in the Pauline Anthropology
126
21 The Antithesis with Judaism
130
22 No Righteousness by the Law Boast and Skandalon
135
23 The Law Impotent because of the Flesh The Bondage of the Law
143
24 The Law as Disciplinarian unto Christ
149
25 Pual Judaism and the Old Testament
153
The Revelation of the Righteousness of God
159
27 The Eschatological Character of Justification
161
28 The Righteosness of God in Christ
166
29 Righteousness by Faith Without the Law
170
30 The Justification of the Ungodly Imputation
174
31 Judgment According to Works
178
Reconciliation
182
33 Christs Death as Atonement Katallage and Hilasmos
186
34 Ransom
193
35 The Adoption of Sons The Inheritance
197
The New Life
205
37 Death and Resurrection with Christ
206
38 Life Through the Spirit
214
39 The New Man
223
40 Faith as the Mode of Existence of The New Life
231
41 The Nature of Faith
237
50 Marriage
306
51 Social Relationships
314
52 Subjection to Civil Authority
320
The Church as the People of God
327
54 Ekklesia
328
55 Saints Elect Beloved Called
330
56 The New Covenant Universal and Particular
333
57 The Nature of Election Gods Purpose
341
58 The Future of Israel
354
The Church as the Body of Christ
362
60 Body and Body of Christ Romans and 1 Corinthians
369
61 Body and Head Ephesians and Colossians
376
62 Christ the Head of All Things The Church as Pleroma
387
63 The Church as the People of God and as the Body of Christ
393
Baptism and the Lords Supper
396
65 Baptism as Means of Salvation
406
66 The Redemptive Significance of the Lords Supper
414
67 The Critical Significance of the Lords Supper SelfExamination
425
The Upbuilding of the Church
429
69 Extensive and Intensive Upbuilding
432
70 The Spiritual Equipment of the Church Charisma and Ministry Office
438
71 Diversity of Gifts
446
72 Ecclesiastical Order and Discipline
467
73 Worship
480
The Future of the Lord
487
75 Death Before The Parousia The Intermediate State
497
76 The Revelation of the Man of Lawlessness
508
77 The Parousia
528
78 The Resurrection
537
79 The Judgment
551
80 The Cosummation The Eternal State
556
Indexes
563
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(1909–2007) Herman Ridderbos was professor of New Testament at the Theological School of the Reformed Churches of the Netherlands in Kampen.

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