By Bock, Darrell L.; Zuck, Roy B
"A Biblical Theology of the recent testomony offers clean perception and knowing to theological self-discipline. students from Dallas theological Seminary mix to create this crucial quantity edited through Roy B. Zuck. every 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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The repeated reference to twelve draws attention to the twelve tribes, the complete company of the now scattered and dispersed nation of Israel. Jesus seems to have been saying to His disciples that He will not fail to accomplish the task ordained for Him. He will save His people Israel. " This obviously did not take place at His first coming. Is there any other indication in the gospel that this will be accomplished at His second coming? Here a second text is relevant. The last word in that woeful chapter 23 is a word of hope.
If one strays from the fellowship of the community, he or she is not to be ignored or dismissed but is to be diligently sought in order to be restored (vv. 12-14). 15). ' The sayings in verses 18-20 also apply to the practice of reconciliation. The church as a whole is to demonstrate the concern of God visibly for spiritual health and vitality in its members by confronting sin and urging the straying ones to seek repentance and restoration. Where such confrontation and discipline lead to repentance, the church as a whole can confidently declare that the individual has been "loosed" from that sin and forgiven, in accord with the will of God, and offered restoration to fellowship as evidence of that fact.
They were prevented from achieving this objective only because of Roman intervention (Acts 21:27-32). Vignettes such as these illustrate why different viewpoints on the role of the law are not easily sorted out. Although there may have been theoretical agreement about freedom from the law generally in the Christian community, there seems to have been significantly different approaches taken when it came to the matter of practical implementation. While Matthew might not have disputed the legitimacy of the approach practiced by Paul, the general orientation of Matthew's gospel seems to be more in accord with the way followed by James.