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A Peaceable Hope

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In the New Testament texts, there is significant tension between Jesus's nonviolent mission and message and the apparent violence attributed to God and God's agents at the anticipated end. David Neville challenges the ready association between New Testament eschatology and...


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In the New Testament texts, there is significant tension between Jesus's nonviolent mission and message and the apparent violence attributed to God and God's agents at the anticipated end. David Neville challenges the ready association between New Testament eschatology and retributive vengeance on christological and canonical grounds. He explores the narrative sections of the New Testament--the Gospels, Acts, and Revelation--with a view to developing a peaceable, as opposed to retributive, understanding of New Testament eschatology. Neville shows that for every narrative text in the New Testament that anticipates a vehement eschatology, another promotes a largely peaceable eschatology. This work furthers the growing discussion of violence and the doctrine of the atonement.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 372887
  • Product Code 9781441240156
  • ISBN 1441240152
  • EAN 9781441240156
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category Eschatology
  • Publisher Baker Academic
  • Publication Date Feb 2013
  • Sales Rank 72975
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No
  • Size 1.25 MB (EPUB)

David Neville

David Neville is lecturer in New Testament at St. Mark's National Theological Centre in Canberra and Charles Stuart University. He is author of two books on the synoptic gospels.

  • In The New Testament Texts, There Is Significant Tension Between Jesus's Nonviolent Mission And Message And The Apparent Violence Attributed To God And God's Agents At The Anticipated End. David Neville Challenges The Ready Association Between New Testament Eschatology And Retributive Vengeance On Christological And Canonical Grounds. He Explores The Narrative Sections Of The New Testament--the Gospels, Acts, And Revelation--with A View To Developing A Peaceable, As Opposed To Retributive, Understanding Of New Testament Eschatology. Neville Shows That For Every Narrative Text In The New Testament That Anticipates A Vehement Eschatology, Another Promotes A Largely Peaceable Eschatology. This Work Furthers The Growing Discussion Of Violence And The Doctrine Of The Atonement.

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