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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
G K Beale
|Description:||xxiv, 1047 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||pt. 1: The biblical-theological storyline of scripture --
The redemptive-historical storyline of the Old Testament --
The eschatological storyline of the Old Testament : the Old Testament focus on the latter days --
The eschatological storyline of the Old Testament in relation to Judaism : the Jewish focus on the latter days --
The eschatological storyline of the Old Testament in relation to the New Testament : the New Testament focus on the latter days--
Further reflections on the nature of the eschatological New Testament storyline --
pt. 2: The story of the inaugurated end-time tribulation --
The eschatological great tribulation commencing in Jesus and the church --
pt. 3: The story of the inaugurated end-time resurrection and new-creational kingdom as a framework for New Testament theology --
The Old Testament-Jewish view of resurrection and resurrection as inaugurated end-time new creation and kingdom in the Gospels and Acts --
Resurrection as inaugurated end-time new creation and kingdom in Paul's writings --
More-explicit Pauline expressions of resurrection as inaugurated end-time new creation and kingdom --
Resurrection as inaugurated end-time new creation and kingdom in the General Epistles and Revelation --
pt. 4: The story of idolatry and restoration of God's image in the inaugurated end-time new creation --
Sin as idolatry--resembling the image that is revered either for ruin or for restoration --
The inaugurated end-time restoration of God's image in humanity: the Old Testament and the synoptic Gospels --
The inaugurated end-time restoration for God's image in humanity: Paul, Hebrews, and Revelation. pt. 5: The story of salvation as inaugurated end-time new creation --
The inaugurated latter-day justification --
Inaugurated latter-day reconciliation as new creation and restoration from exile --
pt. 6: The story of the work of the spirit in the inaugurated end-time new creation --
The Spirit as the transforming agent of the inaugurated eschatological new creation --
The commencement of the Spirit's building of believers into the transformed temple of the end-time new creation --
The story of the Eden sanctuary, Israel's temple, and Christ and the church as the ongoing transformed eschatological temple of the spirit in the new-creational kingdom --
pt. 7: The story of the church as end-time Israel in the inaugurated new creation --
The church as the transformed and restored eschatological Israel --
The relationship of Israel's land promises to the fulfillment of Israel's restoration of new creation prophecies in Christ and the church --
pt. 8: The distinguishing marks of the church as storyline facets of the end-time inaugurated new creation --
The church's new-creational transformation of Israel's distinguishing marks : the Sunday Sabbath observance of the church as an "already and not yet" new-creational end-time reality --
The church's new-creational transformation of Israel's distinguishing marks : baptism, the Lord's Supper, the church office, and New Testament canon --
pt. 9: The story of Christian living as inaugurated end-time new-creational life --
Christian living as the beginning of transformed new-creational life : the end-time indicative-imperative pattern and ongoing return from exile --
Christian living as the beginning of transformed new-creational life : the role of the law and marriage --
pt. 10: Conclusion: The relationship of inaugurated and consummated eschatological realities to the parallel realities experienced by Old Testament saints --
The purpose of the redemptive-historical story and implications for Christian living in the "already and not yet" eschatological age of the new creation.
Beale examines how the New Testament storyline relates to and develops the Old Testament storyline. Beale argues that every major concept of the New Testament is a development of a concept from the Old and is to be understood as a facet of the inauguration of the latter-day new creation and kingdom. --from publisher description.
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- Bible. -- New Testament -- Theology.
- Bible. -- New Testament -- Relation to the Old Testament.
- Neues Testament.
- Biblische Theologie.
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