A biblical theology of the New Testament by Bock, Darrell L.; Zuck, Roy B

By Bock, Darrell L.; Zuck, Roy B

"A Biblical Theology of the recent testomony supplies clean perception and knowing to theological self-discipline. students from Dallas theological Seminary mix to create this crucial quantity edited by means of Roy B. Zuck. each one contributor seems at divine revelation because it looks chronologically within the New testomony canon, permitting you to witness God's fact because it spread out in the course of the decades"--Jacket.

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This may be an indication that Peter was functioning here as the spokesman or representative of the disciples. If so, he would not be the sole beneficiary of this blessing but would share the role with the other disciples. Peter, however, was given the keys of heaven. What is the significance of the keys? They open or close doors (cf. Luke 11:52). Matthew gives little indication of how this authority might have been exercised by Peter. The book of Acts, which gives attention to the development of the early church, records Peter's role in proclaiming the gospel to both the Jews and the Gentiles.

38). The devil is also active, sowing "the sons of the evil one" (vv. 38-39). But a separation will take place at "the end of the age" (v. 39) when "the Son of Man will send out his angels, and they will weed out of his kingdom everything that causes sin and all who do evil" (v. 41). The last verse of Matthew's gospel records Jesus' promise to the disciples that He will be with them to "the very end of the age" (28:20), when He will return. The explanation of the parable, therefore, seems to be a description of the situation that exists in the interim, when the kingdom of the Son of Man is also present.

Baptism is a visual testimony to a disciple's entrance into a relationship with the triune God. This is an appropriate place to consider Jesus' two affirmations about His presence with His disciples, since the Spirit seems to be the unmentioned agent of this presence. In 18:20, Matthew recorded this statement by Jesus, "Where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them. " This statement clearly anticipated Jesus' absence physically while affirming His presence spiritually. Similarly, the concluding statement of the gospel is Jesus' word of assurance: "I will be with you always, to the very end of the age" (28:20).

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