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"A Biblical Theology of the hot testomony provides clean perception and figuring out 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 seems chronologically within the New testomony canon, permitting you to witness God's fact because it spread out during the decades"--Jacket.
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And I will make you fishers of men" (4:19). In this way the first and last words to His disciples became a command to enlarge and extend the company of their fellowship. In each of the five major sections of the gospel which focus on presenting Jesus' teachings," there are passages of specific relevance to missionary endeavor. The second discourse (chap. 10, to which 9:35-38 is a prologue) is entirely given over to instructions and statements related to this theme. The importance of this subject for Matthew is clear.
By means of Peter's ministry, a door was opened to many Jews who by faith in Christ were added to the church. Peter was also the first doorkeeper for the Gentiles (Acts 10). Invited by Cornelius to come to his house and prepared by God to do so, he went. There Peter preached the gospel, and there also many believed and were brought into the kingdom of heaven. In both cases, it was Peter who initiated this new phase of gospel proclamation and opened the door for Jews and Gentiles. In this capacity Peter functioned as the rock on which the church was built.
20). Chief among the commands of Jesus which are to be taught and obeyed is the mission mandate. Matthew had not waited until the end of his gospel to highlight the theme of mission in Jesus' teaching. Indeed, Jesus' first call to His disciples was a summons for them to join Him in the work of further disciple-making: "Come follow me ... and I will make you fishers of men" (4:19). In this way the first and last words to His disciples became a command to enlarge and extend the company of their fellowship.
A biblical theology of the New Testament by Bock, Darrell L.; Zuck, Roy B