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More difficult sayings of Jesus
|Statement||William Neil and Stephen H. Travis.|
|LC Classifications||BT306 .N42 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 128 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||82005142|
It is true that Jesus repeated some of the words of the Sermon on the Mount on other occasions. Jesus’ words in Matt. resemble his expression in Matt. His statement in Matt. are similar to his words in Matt. The pithy, memorable words of Jesus capture truth in such a vivid manner that they deserve repetition. The Tough Sayings of Jesus Volume II contains four more difficult to digest passages that threaten to blow apart the comfortable vision of the Son of God that many have created. Whether cursing a fig tree, commending a dishonest manager, leaving a friend to die, or demanding an unreasonable amount of good conduct, Jesus refuses to be put into a.
The more technical background of Understanding the Difficult Words of Jesus is to be found in scholarly literature authored by Flusser, Safrai, and others at Hebrew University,2 but especially important as a prelude or com panion to this book are two works by Robert L. Lindsey, pastor of Baptist House in Jerusalem for the past forty Size: KB. You will be surprised at how the puzzling sayings of Jesus suddenly make sense when retranslated into Hebrew. Bivin and Blizzard powerfully demonstrate how Jesus' teachings in the Gospels originated in Hebrew, not Aramaic. Even if you disagree. with certain points, you'll gain a greater appreciation for Jesus' Jewishness. Understanding the Difficult Words of Jesus [Paperback] ( /5(5).
Hard Sayings of Jesus: Download Free Bible Study When Jesus said, “Unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink His blood, you do not have life in yourselves” (John ), his disciples replied, “This is a hard saying,” and many stopped following Him. 10 Jesus quotes hidden by the Church—and They also declared the Gnostic texts to be heretical and ordered that all books about the life of Jesus, not it can be dry and difficult Author: Tom Rapsas.
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He seeks to take many of the sayings of Jesus which are often difficult to understand, and he seeks to give meaning to them. Although his writing is simplistic and has a lack of depth, this book would be good for someone seeking to get a brief overview of one of Jesus' teachings/5.
Few would dispute that the sayings of Jesus were and are important. But though important, these very same sayings are difficult at best and incomprehensible at worst. Sayings like, "The kingdom of heaven suffers violence," or, "I did not come to bring peace but a sword," have confused readers of the Gospels for thousands of years/5(8).
Understanding the Difficult Words of Jesus: New Insights From a Hebrew Perspective [David Bivin, Roy Blizzard Jr.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Understanding the Difficult Words of Jesus: New Insights From a Hebrew Perspective/5(). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Neil, William, More difficult sayings of Jesus.
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One such example is when Jesus said in Matthew “ And if your right hand causes you to stumble, cut it off and throw it away. The focus on what Jesus is attributed as saying makes it easier to browse the core texts of the New Testament.
All in all, a very useful reference, and a great read. PRODUCTION NOTES: In this etext, Jesus' words are highlighted in blue, slightly larger text. Read some of the most life changing quotes that Jesus spoke. The teachings of Jesus are timeless, healing, power-filled truths.
Jesus Quotes - Top Biblical Quotes from Christ The words of Jesus Christ are life changing and timeless. No saying of Jesus in the gospels is ‘easy.’ Our Savior’s commands to love our enemies, turn the other cheek, and forgive those who wrong us seventy seven times are challenging, to say the least.
But there are some statements of our Lord that are particularly difficult, seemingly defying our ability to fathom them, much [ ].words are the words of Christ—barely over 20 per cent. Considered as verses, the New Testament has 7, verses, of which but 1, are sayings of Christ.
These relatively few sayings of Jesus have not a place apart, but run in an uneven distribution through the four Gospels (a few in other Books); and in each of theFile Size: 1MB. World-renowned New Testament scholar Bruce examines 70 sayings that are hard to understand or apply and clears away the difficulties that keep modern readers from grappling with the real challenge of Jesus' message.
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"Understanding the Difficult Words of Jesus" is a Bible study or Bible backgrounds book. The main part of the book was an argument that Hebrew, not Aramaic, was the "common language" of the Jewish people and the language that Jesus mainly taught in.
The authors examined the problems with the Aramaic and Greek theories/5. "We have buried our books, you will not find them until the end of the world." Earliest Book Of Jesus Sayings Has Been Located. A page from the Coptic book called"The Sayings of Jesus the Christ"said to be written by the disciple Thaddaeus, 11 years after the death of rs feel they have finally found the Q document.
Hard Sayings in the Bible By Wayne Jackson One of the Savior’s notable miracles was the feeding of a large crowd (more than five thousand people) by the miraculous multiplication of only five small loaves and two tiny fish (cf.
John ). Though singularly important, many of the sayings of Jesus are difficult at best and incomprehensible at worst. In considering only the most difficult of the sayings, Taught by God brings together the academic rigour of modern biblical scholarship and the profound wisdom of the early Church Fathers in a unique, lively, and fascinating exegesis.
38 For whoever is ashamed of me and of my words in this adulterous and sinful generation, of him will the Son of Man also be ashamed when he comes in the glory of his Father with the holy angels.” Let’s take an in-depth look at some difficult words from Jesus that will challenge your soul: 1.) “If anyone” Jesus says anyone can follow Him.
The Difficult Sayings of Jesus is one minister’s attempt to understand and apply fifteen of these vital, frequently ignored teachings to our lives.
Together with William Powell Tuck, believers will seek to interpret and understand Jesus’ hardest words without lessening their demands. The Hard Sayings of Jesus.
In this series, R.C. tackles five Biblical passages of Jesus’ words that often baffle those who read them. He offers valuable background information to help clarify these difficult. In “The Gospel of Thomas: Jesus Said What?” in the July/August issue of Biblical Archaeology Review, New Testament scholar Simon Gathercole examines what the sayings of Jesus from the Gospel of Thomas reveal about the early Christian world in which they wereread the sayings of Jesus as translated by Stephen J.
Patterson and James M. .The more technical background of Understanding the Difficult Words of Jesus is to be found in scholarly literature authored by Flusser, Safrai, and others at Hebrew University,2 but especially important as a prelude or com- panion to this book are two works by Robert L.
Lindsey, pastor of Baptist House in Jerusalem for the past forty Size: KB.In “The Difficult Sayings of Jesus,” Pastor J.D. looks at some of Jesus’ statements that shock us the most. If we’re honest, we all have moments when we find the words of Jesus bizarre, confusing, or just plain offensive.
In this series we see how even Jesus’ toughest sayings are words of gospel life.