After an introductory chapter that considers the context of the epistle and what is known about the social setting and cultural world of Corinth, Garland turns to his exegetical study. For each unit, the author provides a summary that locates it within the broader context of the surrounding material, and he provides his own translation of the Greek text.
The Old Testament foundation The death of Jesus the Messiah was event foretold hundreds of years before his birth. His death was payment for sins, as typified in the Old Testament sacrificial system.
Daniel foretold the exact month, year and day of Messiah death Daniel 9: The New Covenant Jeremiah wrote years before the birth of Jesus about the coming of greater covenant, greater then the Mosaic covenant, with this Covenant iniquity will be forgiven, and sins forgotten. Into this Covenant the Gentiles were included.
I will put My law in their minds, and write it on their hearts; and I will be their God, and they shall be My people.
For I will forgive their iniquity, and their sin I will remember no more. Gentiles receive the light of the Gospel . Isaiah wrote of the coming of the righteous servant, who would bring justice to the Gentiles nations. After the death of Jesus, He established his church to carry the gospel to the nations, offering his atoning death to the lost.
On this basis is the New Testament Canon revealed. Before Jesus was crucified, he promised the coming of the Holy Spirit who would help the Apostles remember the words spoken to them. Jesus when he was with His disciples promised them they would be able to remember the words spoken, through the Holy Spirit.
The Holy Spirit would be the source of their words. Therefore, since God is the source of scripture, it follows then; He has the ability to preserve His word for coming generations. For the Spirit searches all things, yes, the deep things of God. Even so no one knows the things of God except the Spirit of God.
The apostles and prophets are the vehicle, which Jesus choose to transmit the Gospel to the nations.
As Christianity began to spread throughout the Gentile world, there developed several important reasons to establish, which written works were from apostolic sources and which were from heretical sources.
The Books were Prophetic The books revealed through the Apostles were prophetic in nature, since Jesus promised through the Holy Spirit to communicate His words to His church. Therefore it was important to establish just what books had apostolic authority and which did not.
The needs of the early church As the church grew in Asia, Africa and Europe, it became important to establish, which books originated from apostolic authority.
Since the churches used the writing of the apostles to establish doctrine and teach, it was mandatory to discriminate against books, which had dubious origins. Growth of the heretical movements Since Jesus Christ established His church on the foundation of the Apostles and prophets, heretical groups attempted to use the names of apostles to establish their own particular doctrines, many contrary to the revealed scriptures of the Old Testament.
Maricon, expelled from the church in A. In addition to rejecting the Old Testament, Marcion also rejected of all the epistles except for the Pauline epistles  and the Gospel of Luke.
In addition to the Marcionites, other sects also developed, each with their own agenda and leader. In order to establish their credibility, they published works that included apostles names. Many of the writings of the early church fathers, such as Irenaeus A.The Epistles of John (The New International Commentary on the New Testament) [I.
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Learn hebrews general epistles new testament with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of hebrews general epistles new testament flashcards on Quizlet. New Testament Final Exam: Pauline pastoral Epistles, general Epistles, Hebrews, and Revelation. Purpose and theme of I Corinthians.
Purpose and theme of II Corinthians. The Pauline epistles are the thirteen New Testament books that present Paul the Apostle as their author.
Six of the letters are disputed. Four The final book of the New Testament is the Book of Revelation, also known as the Apocalypse of John.