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The Pauline metaphors of the Holy Spirit

Erik Konsmo

The Pauline metaphors of the Holy Spirit

the intangible Spirit"s tangible presence in the life of the Christian

by Erik Konsmo

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Published by P. Lang in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. -- N.T. -- Epistles of Paul -- Theology,
  • Bible. -- N.T. -- Epistles of Paul -- Language, style ,
  • Holy Spirit -- Biblical teaching,
  • Metaphor in the Bible

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.

    StatementErik Konsmo.
    SeriesStudies in biblical literature -- v. 130
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS2655.H67 K66 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24054632M
    ISBN 109781433106910
    LC Control Number2010003879
    OCLC/WorldCa511620094

    Avery good book on the Holy Spirit It go's in to great detail an in-depth study I particularly like the chapters on the gifts of the Holy Spirit. Read more. 3 people found this helpful. Pauline. out of 5 stars Good Quality. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on J Verified s: Start studying New Testament Final-Pauline Epistles. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The experiential basis is regeneration by the Holy Spirit(). The book of 2 Timothy • Date: c. 63 A.D. He uses athletic metaphors to illustrate his points. Main themes in the book of 2 Timothy.

    What the Bible says about Oil as Metaphor of God's Holy Spirit (From Forerunner Commentary) Leviticus Oil is a widely understood symbol of the Holy Spirit and thus does not require a detailed explanation, but one scripture will suffice to link the Holy Spirit and oil directly. The fact that the vast majority of the references to the Holy Spirit in the book of Acts are found in the first half of the book has raised a question mark after the contention that the concept of the Holy Spirit determines the structure of Acts. There are eleven chapters in Acts that contain no reference to the Spirit.

    We think about the Holy Spirit more in the springtime, as the liturgical year moves toward Pentecost and many parishes offer the sacrament of Confirmation. But there are some very good reasons to care about getting to know the Holy Spirit all year long! #1: The Holy Spirit is an intrinsic part of our history. The Holy Spirit is Christ's quintessential gift (Acts ; ), called "the heavenly gift" (Hebrews ). With the Spirit we can plumb the depths of God and know the mind of Christ (1 Corinthians ). Without the Holy Spirit we are "without hope and without God in the world" (Ephesians ).


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The Pauline metaphors of the Holy Spirit by Erik Konsmo Download PDF EPUB FB2

Thus, The Pauline Metaphors of the Holy Spirit examines how the Pauline Spirit metaphors express the intangible Spirit’s tangible presence in the life of the Christian. Rhetoricians prior to and contemporary with Paul discussed the appropriate usage of : Erik Konsmo.

In the Pauline literature of the New Testament, the characteristics of the Spirit and Christian life are described through the use of metaphor.

An interpreter of Paul must understand his metaphors in order to arrive at a complete understanding of the Pauline pneumatological perspective. Thus, The Pauline Metaphors of the Holy Spirit examines how the Pauline Spirit metaphors express the.

An interpreter of Paul must understand his metaphors in order to arrive at a complete understanding of the Pauline pneumatological perspective. Thus, The Pauline Metaphors of the Holy Spirit examines how the Pauline Spirit metaphors express the intangible Spirit’s tangible presence in the life of the Christian.

Thus, The Pauline Metaphors of the Holy Spirit examines how the Pauline Spirit metaphors express the intangible Spirit's tangible presence in the life of the Christian. Rhetoricians prior to and contemporary with Paul discussed the appropriate usage of metaphor.

An interpreter of Paul must understand his metaphors in order to arrive at a complete understanding of the Pauline pneumatological perspective. Thus, The Pauline Metaphors of the Holy Spirit examines how the Pauline Spirit metaphors express the intangible Spirit's tangible presence in the life of the : Erik Konsmo.

An interpreter of Paul must understand his metaphors in order to arrive at a complete understanding of the Pauline pneumatological perspective. Thus, "The Pauline Metaphors of the Holy Spirit" examines how the Pauline Spirit metaphors express the intangible Spirit's tangible presence in the life of the Christian.

Introduction --Survey of the interpretation of the metaphor --Pauline Spirit metaphors of re-creation --Pauline Spirit metaphors of progression --Pauline Spirit metaphors of consummation --Synopsis of interpretation of Pauline metaphors of the Spirit.

Series Title: Studies in biblical literature, v. Responsibility: Erik Konsmo. An interpreter of Paul must understand his metaphors in order to arrive at a complete understanding of the Pauline pneumatological perspective.

Thus, The Pauline Metaphors of the Holy Spirit examines how the Pauline Spirit metaphors express the intangible Spirit's tangible presence in the life of the Christian. Rhetoricians prior to and.

Get this from a library. The Pauline metaphors of the Holy Spirit: the intangible Spirit's tangible presence in the life of the Christian. [Erik Konsmo]. The Pauline Metaphors of the Holy Spirit: The Intangible Spirit's Tangible Presence in the Life of the Christian. New York: Peter Lang. ISBN CS1 maint: ref=harv (link).

In part three of this series, I will present the third biblical metaphor revealing the Holy Spirit: need to discern what the metaphor is, and what its meanings are within the biblical and ANE framework.

I will be drawing some details from the Dictionary of Biblical goal is to recognize patterns of meaning that may be intended to expand our understanding of the Holy Spirit’s.

Erik M. Konsmo, “How the Pauline Spirit-Metaphors Express the Intangible Spirit’s Tangible Presence in the Life of the Christian” (PhD Diss., Fuller Theological Seminary, ), 33, ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global.

Ibid. All main title headings should be bolded*, centered, headline style capi. The term pneumatology comes from two Greek words, namely, pneuma meaning “wind,” “breath,” or “spirit” (used of the Holy Spirit) and logos meaning “word,” “matter,” or “thing.” As it is used in Christian systematic theology, “pneumatology” refers to the study of the biblical doctrine of the Holy Spirit.

The Pauline Metaphors of the Holy Spirit: The Intangible Spirit's Tangible Presence in the Life of the Christian – By Erik Konsmo. Nijay K. Gupta. Seattle Pacific University. Search for more papers by this author. Nijay K. Gupta. Seattle Pacific University.

Metaphors Revealing the Holy Spirit, Part One: A Dove as a Metaphor of the Holy Spirit John McKinley — Septem Theologians have often observed the paucity of details about the Holy Spirit in the Bible, as compared to revelation of the Father and the Son.

Sinclair Ferguson – The Holy Spirit. If you can only afford one book on the doctrine of the Holy Spirit, Ferguson’s is the book to get. Ferguson, as always, combines theological depth with devotional warmth. A truly great book. John Owen – The Holy Spirit. In my. Secrets of the Spirit is a book to be treasured, to slip into a pocket or purse and read everywhere—at the laundromat, on the train, waiting for a meeting to begin.

With all of the pressures we live with daily, having access to Martinez’ wisdom in words. A most careful and thorough exegetical and theological examination of every Pauline text related to the Holy Spirit, from one of evangelicalisms foremost interpreters of Paul.

Fee compellingly demonstrates that Paul understands the Holy Spirit as God's empowering presence in the life of the Church. Revelation and metaphors I enjoyed reading this blog. I like viewing the book through a few lenses. I think this is important when reading the bible.

In this blog post, you had mentioned a few ways to approach the book. I Especially liked this blog because of our short paper number four. Fee’s book is the most comprehensive treatment available of Paul’s understanding of the Holy Spirit, a topic that has rarely received sufficient attention in studies of Pauline theology.

Fee’s method is exemplary: he first analyzes Paul’s statements about the Spirit in each individual letter and then moves to a synthesis of Paul’s.

God's Empowering Presence: The Holy Spirit in the Letters of Paul Gordon D Fee (Peabody MA: Hendrickson ) pp xxiv and £30 hb ISBN X 1 Introduction This magnificent and massive book of almost one thousand pages constitutes the major work of its kind on the subject of Paul's theology of the Holy Spirit.Three Pauline metaphors teach that we are dedicated to God be-cause of our anointing with the Spirit in baptism{ we are made holy by means of the presence and action of the Spirit of God dwelling within us.

Introduction. T. he Holy Spirit is truly God, a distinct person of the Holy Trinity, co-­equal and co-­eternal with the Father and the Son, sent to us by our heavenly Father and by Jesus Christ.