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by Max Turner

Author: Max Turner
Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
Language: English
Publisher: Bloomsbury T&T Clark; 1 edition (May 1, 1996)
Pages: 512 pages
Category: Christian Books
Rating: 4.1
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Academic journal article Journal of Biblical Literature. To get there Turner leads us first through a helpful discussion (chapters 1-2) of the literature from the history of religions school up to the present.

Academic journal article Journal of Biblical Literature. Power from on High: The Spirit of Israel's Restoration and Witness in Luke-Acts. At issue in the debate, stemming from H. von Baer's 1926 response to H. Gunkel and H. Leisegang, is whether the Spirit in Luke-Acts is to be understood primarily as missional or as offering "eschatological sonship" ( al), which tended to evolve into a "both/and, either/or" debate as well.

Power from on High book. Power from on High: The Spirit in Israel's Restoration and Witness in Luke-Acts. Likewise, the Spirit came upon the early Christian community, not merely to empower it for mission but principally to reshape it in fulfilment of the hopes expressed in Luke 1-2.

Power from on High offers the first critical survey of scholarship on the subject of Luke's view of the Spirit, assessing the rival theories by means of three criteria: continuity with Luke's background, relationship to other aspects of Luke's theology, and Luke's place in the development o. .

Power from on High offers the first critical survey of scholarship on the subject of Luke's view of the Spirit, assessing the rival theories by means of three criteria: continuity with Luke's background, relationship to other aspects of Luke's theology, and Luke's place in the development of more general New Testament thinking about the Spirit.

Power from on High offers the first critical survey of scholarship on the subject of Luke's view of the Spirit. 'It's unthinkable that students and scholars have found it nearly impossible to find Max Turner's book Power from on High: The Spirit in Israel's Restoration and Witness in Luke-Acts. There's simply nothing better on the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts. I require it in my classes and now my students will be able to have a copy.

Power from on High offers the first critical survey of scholarship on the subject of Luke's view of the Spirit, assessing the .

The Spirit in Luke-Acts. The pivotal role of Luke-Acts for Pentecostal theology is well known. I am excited about the emergence of the Journal of Pentecostal Theology and trust this book will serve as a worthy member of its Supplement Series. [email protected] Sheffield Academic Press. To William and Doris Menzies, Wayne and Doris Tumbull, loving parents, faithful witnesses. With the possible exception of 1 Corinthians, no other New Testament works have been as crucial in the development of Pentecostal life, thought and world-view. Baguio City, Philippines January 7, 1994. Preface to the first e dition.

Power from on High: The Spirit in Israel's Restoration and Witness in Luke-Acts. This article describes the friendships and circumstances that brought the book to publication in 1988, as well as the process of selecting topics and choosing contributors

Power from on High: The Spirit in Israel's Restoration and Witness in Luke-Acts. This article describes the friendships and circumstances that brought the book to publication in 1988, as well as the process of selecting topics and choosing contributors. It then assesses limitations and strengths. Finally, the Dictionary reflects the emergence of a self-confidant and academically sophisticated Pentecostal scholarship. BTHM The Charismatic Theology of Luke-Acts.

The spirit in luke-acts: a support or a challenge to classical pentecostal . It is, rather, Luke's own distinctive contribution to New Testament Theology.

The spirit in luke-acts: a support or a challenge to classical pentecostal paradigms?1. As is well-known, the classical Pentecostal paradigms (excepting that, for example, of Oneness Pentecostalism) separate conversional 'salvation' from subsequent 'baptism in the Holy Spirit'. The latter is usually viewed essentially as empowering for mission. Such views build four-square on Luke-Acts. 5 So the leading Pentecostal New Testament experts agree: if the classical doctrine of.

Series: Journal of Pentecostal Theology Supplement (9). Members

Series: Journal of Pentecostal Theology Supplement (9). Members. Thus the Spirit is no mere added gift, but looks towards the salvation of the community as well as for its witness. This substantial study of Luke's theology is also a sympathetic critique of the classical Pentecostal view of the Spirit.

In Luke 3-4 the Spirit then comes as Jesus’ messianic empowering for the redemptive mission, while Pentecost brings a parallel . Keeping together salvation and witness is one of the cardinal contributions of Luke’s theology.

In Luke 3-4 the Spirit then comes as Jesus’ messianic empowering for the redemptive mission, while Pentecost brings a parallel endowment for the church’s mission, over which the Spirit re-mains the initiator (cf. es. The Work of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts. power (Luke 24:49; Acts 1:8; 4:31; 9:17, 31), the guide in significant decisions (16:6, 7; 19:21; 20:22-23), and the legitimator of the whole endeavor, especially at its most delicate points (cf.

For Luke, argues Turner, the Spirit came upon Jesus in order to endow him with the power and wisdom to purge Israel and initiate its restoration. Likewise, the Spirit came upon the early Christian community, not merely to empower it for mission but principally to reshape it in fulfilment of the hopes expressed in Luke 1-2. Thus the Spirit is no mere added gift, but looks towards the salvation of the community as well as for its witness. This substantial study of Luke's theology is also a sympathetic critique of the classical Pentecostal view of the Spirit.