2 edition of commentary on First Peter, Second Peter, and Jude found in the catalog.
commentary on First Peter, Second Peter, and Jude
Tyrone C. Perkins
|Other titles||Commentary on the Epistles of I & II Peter, Jude, I & II Peter and Jude|
|Statement||by Tyrone C. Perkins.|
|Series||Star Bible commentaries|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 2004/02972 (B)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||116 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||00687800|
The Second Epistle General of Peter and the General Epistle of Jude (Tyndale New Testament Commentary). Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, - An articulate evangelical commentary, upholding the Petrine authorship after a careful weighing of evidence, then explaining the text carefully though concisely. The author was the Apostle Peter, whose name before he became a disciple, was Simon. He was born in Bethsaida and lived in Capernaum where he followed the occupation of fishing. He was brought to Jesus by Andrew, his brother, and became one of the leaders of the Apostles, both before and after Christ's death.
The vocabulary and style in 2 Peter are very different from 1 Peter but are very similar to Jude. There is evidence that Peter and Jude may have been co-workers. In 1 Corinthians Paul may imply that Peter and Jesus’ brothers traveled together. So Jude and Peter could have had a relationship like Paul and Luke (or Paul and Silas). The book The Messianic Jewish Epistles: Hebrews, James, First Peter, Second Peter, Jude can give more knowledge and also the precise product information about everything you want. Why must we leave the best thing like a book The Messianic Jewish Epistles: Hebrews, James, First Peter, Second Peter, Jude?
Theology of James, Peter, and Jude. This course offers a comprehensive exploration of the theology of James, Peter, and Jude, including introductory issues and major themes, and also shows how each book relates to the broad picture of New Testament theology. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes the text of the books. Description: pages ; 21 cm. Contents: The pastoral epistles: introduction --The first epistle to Timothy: text and commentary --The second epistle to Timothy: Introduction, Text and commentary --The epistle to Titus: text and commentary --The epistle of James: Introduction, Text and commentary.
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In Stock. Stock No: WW In this addition to the Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture (CCSS), Daniel Keating interprets First and Second Peter and Jude for pastoral ministers and lay readers alike.
The seventeen-volume CCSS series, which will cover the entire New Testament, relates Scripture to life, is faithfully Catholic, and is supplemented by features Pages: First and Second Peter, James, and Jude: Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching: Perkins, Pheme: : Books.
Flip to back Flip to front. Listen Playing Paused You're listening to a sample of the Audible audio edition. Learn more/5(10). Read "Commentary on First and Second Peter, Jude (Commentary on the New Testament Book #17)" by Robert H. Gundry available from Rakuten Kobo. Delve Deeper into God's Word In this verse-by-verse commentary, Robert Gundry offers a fresh, literal translation and a Brand: Baker Publishing Group.
Authors - Peter (I Peter ; II Peter ) and Jude (Jude) Purpose. I Peter was written to encourage believers in the midst of their suffering.
Knowing his death was near, Peter in his second epistle wanted to remind believers of certain. By the way that’s why commentaries will talk about 2 Peter and Jude in the same book. It’s common to have a commentary on 1 Peter and another commentary on 2 Peter and Jude, because 2 Peter and Jude are so similar.
In Doug Moo’s commentary on 2 Peter, here’s how he lays out what he thinks is going on behind the scenes. Whether Jude quotes 2 Peter or 2 Peter uses content from Jude (Bauckham also lists out the possibilities of both drawing from a common source and having the same author.
He holds neither position), is debated (see the Introduction to 2 Peter in Expositor's Bible Commentary, Ed. ein, Zondervan ). The First and Second Epistles of Peter were written for practical purposes.
Whereas the First Epistle of Peter deals with the persecution of the believers, the Second Epistle deals with false teachers. What is interesting is that Peter dealt with both challenges in theological terms. The persecution of the believers helped Peter to meditate on the suffering, death, and.
He emphasizes the formation- building language of James which distinguishes the newChristian church from the world, as well as the model of suffering upheld in 1 Peter. 75 pages, softcover. James, First Peter, Jude, Second Peter: New Collegeville Bible Commentary () by Patrick J.
HartinPages: This letter’s second and third chapters bear remarkable resemblance to the epistle of Jude. We don’t know if Peter borrowed from Jude’s letter, if Jude borrowed from Peter’s letter, or if both men were drawing from a prior discussion.
Both letters, however, warn the church of two dangerous influences. Commentaries on 2 Peter/Jude. A list of the best commentaries on 2 Peter/Jude ranked by scholars, journal reviews, and site users. You can find the best commentary on 2 Peter/Jude for you using the tools on the right side.
Commentaries on 1 Peter. A list of the best commentaries on 1 Peter ranked by scholars, journal reviews, and site users. You can find the best commentary on 1 Peter for you using the tools on the right side. First and Second Peter, James, and Jude have existed on the edges of the canon throughout the centuries.
In this volume, Pheme Perkins casts light on these often neglected writings, ably demonstrating that they have, in fact, much to offer to today's readers. The epistles are more than a compilation of traditional material.
Years of meticulous study, writing, and editing have produced this remarkable commentary on the Messianic Jewish Epistles (MJE) covering the books of Hebrews, James, I Peter, II Peter, and Jude.
The first installment of the Ariel Commentary Series highlights the real life concerns of 1st century Jewish s: attributed to St. Peter; and in book he classes the Second Epistle with those of James and Jude, as ‘disputed, indeed, but known to most men.’ There are no direct quotations from this Epistle in the Christian writings of the first two centuries; there are, however, some scattered allusions which seem to imply acquaintance with it.
In this addition to the Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture (CCSS), Daniel Keating interprets First and Second Peter and Jude for pastoral ministers and lay readers alike.
The seventeen-volume CCSS series, which will cover the entire New Testament, relates Scripture to life, is faithfully Catholic, and is supplemented by features designed to help readers. The Second Epistle of Peter, often referred to as Second Peter and written 2 Peter or in Roman numerals II Peter (especially in older references), is a book of the New Testament of the Bible, traditionally held to have been written by Saint critical biblical scholars have concluded Peter is not the author, considering the epistle pseudepigraphical.
First and Second Peter, James, and Jude have existed on the edges of the canon throughout the centuries. In this much-anticipated volume in the Interpretation series, Pheme Perkins casts light on these often neglected writings/5.
It was the common practice of early Church commentaries on the Bible to iden-tify the aim of a given biblical book right from the start.
3 What, then, is the aim 1 Peter † Daniel Keating, First and Second Peter, Jude. Lee "Commentary on First and Second Peter, Jude (Commentary on the New Testament Book #17)" por Robert H. Gundry disponible en Rakuten Kobo. Delve Deeper into God's Word In this verse-by-verse commentary, Robert Gundry offers a fresh, literal translation and a.
Michael Green, The Second Epistle of Peter and the Epistle of Jude (Tyndale New Testament Commentaries; Eerdmans, Second Edition ). His introduction in the commentary is based on the considerable research presented in his monograph, E.M.B.
Green, 2 Peter Reconsidered (Tyndale Monographs, London, ). It appears that the first epistle of Peter was written by the apostle from Rome sometime around A.D.immediately before severe persecution began under Nero.
The letter was written to Christians in Asia Minor () who were already suffering for their Christian faith. There are a number of helpful commentaries on the Book of 1 Peter, and the following are five of the best.
It is possible for one to not hold to Petrine authorship of this Epistle and still hold to its canonical value (cf.
J. N. D. Kelly, A Commentary on the Epistles of Peter and Jude (New York: Harper and Row, ), ; Bauckham, Jude, 2 Peter, ). 3 Guthrie, NTI, 4 Guthrie, NTI, 5 Geisler, An Introduction to the New Testament.A selection of the best commentaries and Bible study resources on the book of 1 Peter Peter, And Jude: Living In The Light Of The Coming King First and Second Peter are covered next with a focus on submission, suffering, and responding to false teachers.
The course concludes with a look at Jude and the letters of John. Learn more.