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From Eden to the New Jerusalem: An Introduction to Biblical Theology (udgave 2009)

af T. Desmond Alexander (Forfatter)

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God has given us the reasons for creation and our existence in the Bible. ”by resolving an intricate plot that sheds light on the entire story,“ Alexander writes. Using this theory to start from the denouement, or resolution, in Revelation's last verses and work backward, Alexander pieces together the Bible's overarching plot. The resulting picture reveals the reasons for creation and life that have eluded those who seek to answer life's biggest questions without first placing themselves in God's story.… (mere)
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Titel:From Eden to the New Jerusalem: An Introduction to Biblical Theology
Forfattere:T. Desmond Alexander (Forfatter)
Info:Kregel Academic & Professional (2009), 208 pages
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Will the whole world be the Temple (immediate dwelling place of God), or will that be limited to the New Jerusalem (the cubic city)? 45, 74, 99, 107, 171

Great summaries: 73, 74, 98, 115-6, 121, 138, 188-92

World Mountain 52
priestly status 74, 76, 79, 84
Sean 99
Mike Goff 150, 152, 172, 181, Luz 175, 187, L 186
? 105, 111
Millennialism 117
King David 106, 123-4, 189
Leviticus-the holiness of God 140-1
Death/hope 174

Great themes within metanarrative:
kingdom 109-11
throne 75
priesthood 129
Christ 94
priest-kings 96
holy people, tree of life, nations 139

Typo 63; 101/118/etc "secondly/thirdly"; 184 competition
  keithhamblen | May 19, 2019 |
test review for this book!
  gloria123 | Feb 19, 2019 |
Very good introduction to biblical theology. Though it does not deal with issues of methodology, and has a narrow thematic approach, this book wonderfully displays the importance of the theme of God's Dwelling Place in understanding the biblical narrative. I've learned much from this book. T. Desmond Alexander does a good job surveying biblical scholarship relating to this topic. I highly recommend this to anyone interested in biblical theology. ( )
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God has given us the reasons for creation and our existence in the Bible. ”by resolving an intricate plot that sheds light on the entire story,“ Alexander writes. Using this theory to start from the denouement, or resolution, in Revelation's last verses and work backward, Alexander pieces together the Bible's overarching plot. The resulting picture reveals the reasons for creation and life that have eluded those who seek to answer life's biggest questions without first placing themselves in God's story.

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