4 edition of The paradoxes of Jesus found in the catalog.
The paradoxes of Jesus
Ralph Washington Sockman
|Statement||Ralph W. Sockman.|
|Series||Apex books ;, D4|
|LC Classifications||BT590.P3 S6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||264 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||37027035|
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The Paradoxes of Jesus Hardcover – January 1, by Ralph W. Sockman (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings5/5(2).
The Paradoxes of Jesus Paperback – by Sockman (Author) out of 5 stars The paradoxes of Jesus book ratings5/5(2). Paradox is an important way to get a grasp on truth. Jesus, who is the truth, was a man of puzzling paradoxes. This book was an insightful and enjoyable exploration of them/5(17).
Jesus lives, the gospels are living words. Life is full of paradoxes. Therefore the gospels are full of paradoxes not contradictions as those prone to argue and criticize are apt to call them. Sockman is a well known preacher and writer.
His books are always vital, clear and to the point. The gospel of Jesus Christ is filled with paradoxes. Many of God's directions seem to be contrary to logic and reason. On the surface they appear to have the opposite effect of the promised result. This book explores twelve of these gospel paradoxes with powerful scriptures and stories from the lives of faith-filled Christians.
This book explores twelve of these gospel paradoxes with powerful scriptures and stories from the lives of faith-filled Christians.
In these paradoxically statements are The gospel of Jesus Christ is filled with paradoxes/5(7). Consider these four paradoxes in the Gospel of Mark: ; ; and Not only are they memorable, embedding themselves into the heart and soul of the hearer, but with an amazing verbal economy, they help define the essence of the life and ministry of Jesus.
The paradoxes Jesus presents bring you face-to-face with the fact that you can’t know all the answers about life – but you can know the One who designed it. Pondering the paradoxes can lead you to trust Jesus more, and experience the peace that only He can give.
Jesus in Every Book of the Bible (Author Unknown) In Genesis, Jesus Christ is the seed of the woman. In Exodus, He is the passover lamb. In Leviticus, He is our high priest. In Numbers, He is the pillar of cloud by day and the pillar of fire by night. In Deuteronomy, He is the prophet like unto Moses.
In Joshua, He is the captain of our salvation. Years ago there was a beloved Christian preacher and publisher named Henry Clay Trumbull who wrote an entire book about this. He called it Practical Paradoxes; or, Truth in Contradictions. The title of his introduction was “The Comfort of Christian Paradoxes.” This is how he began: The law of the Christian life is a paradox.
Cameron C. Taylor's book Twelve Paradoxes of the Gospel blends familiar Bible stories with thought-provoking reflections and principles you can use today.
This book is full of truth. --Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute Manager® and Lead Like Jesus/5(7). A Few More Paradoxes. In Matthew Jesus said, “Whoever wants to be greatest, should be everyone’s servant.” In Mark Jesus said, “Anyone who wants to be first, must be the very last.” In Luke Jesus said, “Whoever tries to keep their lives will.
Summary: Explores some of the disturbing acts and statements of Jesus, that actually reveal his counter-cultural message and mission. A number of years ago I was leading a Bible discussion with a group of students on Markwhere a Syrophoenician woman asks Jesus to drive a demon out of her daughter.4/5.
Intro: The Bible is a unique and strange Book. It is very different from any other “sacred book” of other religions. The Bible contains “God’s thoughts” which are strange and yet marvelous spiritual teachings. Among them are paradoxes. A Paradox is defined as a seemingly self-contradictory declaration but is Author: Rodelio Mallari.
First paradox of Jesus: You die to bear fruit. This is, of course, most importantly a statement about Jesus and His life and ministry.
You look in ve He underlines the seriousness of what He’s about to say with that familiar refrain “truly, truly, verily, verily,” in. This briefly summarizes who Jesus Christ "was". The paradox however lies in the question "Who "is" Jesus-Christ?" The wording unavoidably infers that he is alive today.
History though, as stated above, records that he died years ago. This is the first obvious paradox: Jesus-Christ "was" but. Each of these paradoxes aptly applied will enable us to live more like Jesus, and thus lead more people to His salvation.
There is POWER behind these truths. Power to save, to heal, to encourage, to free from bondage, to gain influence, to obtain honor, to find peace, and to open up the doorways to heaven.
SEVEN GREAT BIBLE PARADOXES Sermon shared by Rodelio Mallari Intro: The Bible is a unique and strange Book. It is very different from any other “sacred book” of other religions.
The Bible contains “God’s thoughts” which are strange and yet marve. VI — The Paradoxes of Christianity. THE real trouble with this world of ours is not that it is an unreasonable world, nor even that it is a reasonable one. The commonest kind of trouble is that it is nearly reasonable, but not quite.
Life is not an illogicality; yet it is a trap for logicians. The Paradox of Christ He is the King of kings, the radiance of His glory, the Lord of the spaceless, fabulous, infinite universe, omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent, unspeakable holy, dwelling in light, unapproachable, changeless and yet He condescended to be enclosed in lowly human flesh, to be born a despised Judean, in a filthy stable.
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The Words spoken by Jesus in Matt 23 constitute the most bitter denunciation that ever fell from His lips. The enemies of Jesus could not answer Him a word, nor did anyone ever again dare to ask Him anything. The Pharisees were unrepentant, hypocritical, and more determined than ever to.
The gospel of Jesus Christ is filled with paradoxes. Many of God's directions appear to be contrary to logic and reason. On the surface they appear to have the opposite effect of the promised result. This book explores twelve of these gospel paradoxes Pages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sockman, Ralph W.
(Ralph Washington), Paradoxes of Jesus. New York ; Nashville: The Abingdon Press, © The Paradox of Judas: ultimate betrayer or player in the cosmic drama of salvation. Today’s gospel passage begins, “After saying this Jesus was troubled in spirit, and declared ‘Very truly, I tell you, one of you will betray me.’” In the Book of Common Prayer alone, we find a variety of translations.
Whether we read the. The last of all the Old Testament prophets was trapped in the paradox. His name was John the Baptist. In fact, John was so confused that when he was a prisoner, he sent some of his disciples to Jesus.
And the record of that encounter is in the 11th chapter of the gospel of Matthew. III. JESUS WAS BORN OF A WOMAN THAT WE MAY BE BORN OF GOD. Galatians ; Genesis Jesus didn’t just enter the world on a visit.
He was born into it. God promised from the beginning that the woman’s seed would defeat Satan. John ; 1st John Through faith, we. The Jesus everybody likes, says Mark Strauss, is not the Jesus found in the Gospels. He preached about hell far more than the apostle Paul. He told his followers to hate their families.
Not one of his twelve apostles was a woman. When we unpack these puzzling paradoxes and more, we gain greater insight into Jesus' countercultural message and mission. Ken Wytsmas new book The Grand Paradox did not fail to deliver.
Time to purchase a new highlighter. Quotes were being highlighted as early as the Foreward by Eugene Cho when he describes Jesus and the near death experience that his disciples faced in the torrential storm on the lake.4/5. CHRISTIANITY IS A LIFE FILLED WITH PARADOX. A paradox is defined as a seemingly absurd or self-contradictory statement that is actually true.
It is a statement that contradicts itself. In the Bible spiritual paradoxes abound and confound the secular unsaved mind. In fact the wise of this world consider believers to be fools for Christ's sake.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages 22 cm: Contents: The paradox of the Gospels --The baptizer who was baptized: John's prophecy --The baptizer who was baptized: the baptism of Jesus --The universal Savior who was a provincial preacher --The eternal Son who must die --The King without a throne: the temple without a Lord --The final paradox: the Savior.
Biblical Paradoxes: In the World, But Not of the World. Text: John I. A paradox is a true statement that either is contrary to conventional wisdom or is seemingly absurd A.
Paradoxes can be a useful tool in teaching because it requires you to think more carefully about what is being said.
Jesus Behaving Badly engages the hard 'sayings' and 'doings' of Jesus, not by merely explaining them away, but by representing a fullness of Jesus in the three dimensions of a real historical figure and in the fourfold portrayal of the Gospels.
If the aim of this book is to reckon with the whole Jesus and not a mere caricature, Strauss has Brand: InterVarsity Press. As I mentioned to you this morning, when I get away in a little bit of a break from the intensity of the normal pressures of ministry, I do some reading and even do some thinking, sort of outside the.
Yet Jesus was born for the very purpose of pursuing and destroying the root of all evil, Satan. We can learn from the paradoxes of Christmas: We should not judge things by appearance, because God hid His greatest gift in a humble package.
We should not judge an end by its beginning, because the babe in the manger will one day return in full glory. Today, we shall examine the last two answers to the problem of Christ and culture that H.
Richard Niebuhr identified in his book Christ and Culture: Christ and culture in paradox, and Christ as. In Mark’s Gospel, divine paradox comes to bear in Jesus’s parables and the passion narrative. Sweat uses the parable of the sower as a point of departure for the first part of the book.
She finds three paradoxes in the parable that Mark develops throughout the Gospel. Jesus picked up on this in the book of John and revealed to us something when speaking to his disciples: Joh Henceforth I call you not servants; for the servant knoweth not what his lord doeth: but I have called you friends; for all things that I have heard of.
This study refutes the allegation that the author of Luke-Acts showed no systematic thought about the significance of Jesus's death, that is, he has no theologia crucis. Peter Doble focuses sharply on the Gospel's death scene and explores those features which appear in Luke alone, then extends the results into the longer account of Jesus's final days in Jerusalem.
1 Now when he saw the crowds, he went up on a mountainside and sat down. His disciples came to him, 2 and he began to teach them, saying: 3 "Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
4 Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. 5 Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth. 6 Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they. Ralph W. Sockman is the author of How To Believe ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 1 review, published ), Easter Story For Children ( avg rating, 2 ra 3/5.
The Paradoxes Of Christmas The Christmas story is filled with the paradoxes. This sermon examines four of them, and closes with the greatest paradox of all, that Christ would come to earth, live a sinless life and die for our sins, and people would still reject : Chuck Sligh.Jesus lovingly revealed that the Father is within us, forever resident in the invisible side of man's nature." (RW/God).
We realize that God is the creator of the universe, but we also experience the presence of God within creation and within our very being.