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Announcing the Kingdom: The Story of Gods Mission in the BibleAnnouncing The Kingdom Provides A Comprehensive Survey Of The Biblical Foundation Of Mission It Investigates The Development Of The Kingdom Of God Theme In The Old Testament, Describing What The Concept Tells Us About God S Mission In Creation, The Flood, And The Covenant With Abraham It Then Describes God S Mission Through The Nation Of Israel During The Exodus, At Mt Sinai, And Through The Kings Of Israel The Book Then Examines God S Mission As Israel Is Sent Into Exile And The Stage Is Set For The Messiah S Coming Finally, The Book Considers The Fulfillment Of The Kingdom Of God Through Jesus Christ And The Church It Examines Jesus Parables And Ministry, His Proclamation Of God S Kingdom Among The Nations, And The Work Of The Holy Spirit Through The Church Announcing The Kingdom Is The Product Of Arthur Glasser S Than Thirty Years Of Teaching And Has Been Used By Thousands Of Students At Fuller Theological Seminary Now Revised By Glasser S Colleagues, This Study Provides Mission Workers And Students With A New Understanding Of Their Calling And Its Biblical Foundation.

Download ☆ Announcing the Kingdom: The Story of Gods Mission in the Bible By Arthur F. Glasser –
  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • Announcing the Kingdom: The Story of Gods Mission in the Bible
  • Arthur F. Glasser
  • English
  • 17 October 2018
  • 9780801026263

    10 thoughts on “Download ☆ Announcing the Kingdom: The Story of Gods Mission in the Bible By Arthur F. Glasser –

  1. says:

    Loved this book Glasser goes through the Bible, pointing out how every part, from Genesis to Revelation, displays God s mission and the mission to which Believers are called Compelling, beautiful, encouraging, enlightening loved it.

  2. says:

    A little academic and dry at times, but thoroughly helpful in untangling God s consistent mission through Scripture I would recommend this to anyone who wants to further understand the direction of Scripture from start to finish I am not sure I agree with Glasser on a...

  3. says:

    Glasser s thesis is that the Kingdom of God is one of the central, overarching themes of the Scripture, and if we trace this motif through both testaments, we will better understand God s mission in the world and have greater insight as to the church s mission in today s world.In the first half of the book, Glasser demonstrates that the Hebrew Scriptures Old Testament are an expectation of the Kingdom of God, while in the second half, he shows that the New Testament describes the arrival of the Kingdom and its never ending nature In the first three sections he demonstrates that God is Creator, Judge and Redeemer, and therefore King As King, he demonstrates his power over Egypt and forms a covenant people for Himself Israel In time, the kings of Israel challenge His rule, so God sends his people into exile to set the stage for the Messiah The stage is now set for the second half of the book where Jesus announces and inaugurates the Kingdom, and the Spirit enables the church to proclaim the Kingdom of God, which is already but not yet He concludes by examining the book of Revelation to demonstrate the continued theme of King and Kingdom from creation to the renewed heaven and earth What I liked most about this book is that Glasser helps us to view the entire text with a missional lens He is able to draw out rich missional lessons from each section of scripture, whether it is from the life of Abraham, the life of...

  4. says:

    This was a pretty good book I read it for a theology class in college but anyone interested n Biblical history will find this is a good read It gives a different perspective on why certain events happened and God s meaning behind it all.

  5. says:

    A great view of mission as the overarching theme of the Bible A suggested read for anyone who wants a better understanding of God s mission and our part in it.

  6. says:

    Content wise, 4 Stylistically, 2

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  8. says:

    I d use it only as a reference bookhard to read all the way through

  9. says:

    Very good gave me a fresh handle on how the whole Bible holds together Mission is a Defining characteristic

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