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The Gentiles and the Gentile mission in Luke-Acts

by S. G. Wilson

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Published by University Press in Cambridge [Eng.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. N.T. Luke -- Criticism, interpretation, etc,
  • Bible. N.T. Acts -- Criticism, interpretation, etc,
  • Gentiles in the New Testament

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Stephen G. Wilson.
    SeriesSociety for New Testament Studies. Monograph series 23, Monograph series (Society for New Testament Studies) ;, 23.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS2545.G4 W54
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 294 p.
    Number of Pages294
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5307220M
    ISBN 100521201349
    LC Control Number72090489

    A Canaanite (Gentile) woman’s faith was rewarded when her daughter was healed. Much has been made of Jesus’ challenging remark at the beginning of the encounter: “I was sent only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel” (Matthew , ESV). He declined to heal her because His mission .   He is criticized for dining with them, but in reality, he is living out his calling. It had been promised for a while that all nations would be saved through the coming of Jesus, “but this promise is not made good until Peter’s encounter with Cornelius in A which initiates the mission to the Gentiles.

    The Gentiles and the Gentile Mission in Luke-Acts. [Cambridge: University Press, ], p. ). All major English translations, including the King James and the NIV, use a Greek text with four prohibitions. The textual questions are discussed in detail in Bruce Metzger, A Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament. (New York: United Bible. 2 See e.g., Henry J. Cadbury, The Making of Luke-Acts (London: SPCK, ), ; Stephen G. Wil- son, The Gentiles and the Gentile Mission in Luke-Acts (SNTSMS 23; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ); Jacques Dupont, The Salvation of the Gentiles: Essays on the Acts of the Apostles (trans. John R.

    The notion that Luke grounds the Gentile mission in the prior Jewish mission is, in fact, a common starting point in studying the Gentile mission in Luke-Acts. See, e.g., S. G. Wilson, The Gentiles and the Gentile Mission in Luke-Acts (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ): "Both Luke and Paul see the order 'Jew first, then Greek' as.   Jesus and the Origins of the Gentile Mission is a book whose thesis transcends the limitations of the disputed field of historical Jesus studies. That is to say, even those who think that discussions of authenticity are unnecessary will find Bird's thesis stimulating and helpful. This is an important book with an engaging and convincing Reviews: 1.


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A theological and historical study of the Gentiles and the Gentile missions in Luke and Acts. Dr Wilson examines Jesus' attitude to Gentiles and concludes that not only did he fail to anticipate a historical Gentile mission, but that his eschatological expectations logically disallowed by: In this final section two major tasks will be undertaken, namely a consideration of the Gentile mission in Luke–Acts from both a theological and a historical viewpoint.

The first section will be a summary of the ‘theology’ of the Gentiles in Luke–Acts, including a comparison with Paul's epistles. A theological and historical study of the Gentiles and the Gentile missions in Luke and Acts.

Dr Wilson examines Jesus' attitude to Gentiles and concludes that not only did he fail to anticipate a historical Gentile mission, but that his eschatological expectations logically disallowed it.

The Gentiles and the gentile mission in Luke-Acts. [S G Wilson] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.

Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. A theological and historical study of the Gentiles and the Gentile missions in Luke and Acts.

Dr Wilson examines Jesus' attitude to Gentiles and concludes that not only did he fail to anticipate a historical Gentile mission, but that his eschatological expectations logically disallowed it.

Luke's views are then set against the tradition on the subject from Jesus up to and including Mark, and. As a thoroughly Gentile church we take the logic of a mission to the Gentiles for granted, but it’s not as obvious or inevitable as we might think.

Jesus appears to have been almost entirely occupied with a mission to the “lost sheep of the house of Israel” (Matt. ; ; cf. Jer. ) and, while in the flesh, even to have opposed the proclamation of the gospel to the Gentiles.

The Mission to the Gentiles. In this part (cf. the earlier Pt 1), I will explore the Law in the book of Acts in terms of the early Christian Mission to the Gentiles, as presented in chaptersalong with a specific discussion of the so-called “Jerusalem Council” in chapter The Early Mission into the Gentile World.

This will be treated, rather briefly, under several headings. Although the Gentile mission is fully launched after the resurrection and ascension of Jesus, there is a significant mention of Gentiles being welcomed into the Kingdom of God.

Pragmatic coherence of Luke and his readership indicates Israel’s hostility and religious insulation is a contra-realization of God’s redemptive plan for all humanity. Author by: James A. Meek Languange: en Publisher by: A&C Black Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 31 Total Download: File Size: 55,7 Mb Description: Scholarship on the uses of the Old Testament in Luke-Acts has tended to focus upon the role played by the Old Testament in the development of the author's Meek, however, draws out the theme of the Gentile.

The Gentile church is established in Antioch (north-western Syria, the third-largest city of the empire), and here Christ's followers are first called Christians. The mission to the Gentiles is promoted from Antioch and confirmed at a meeting in Jerusalem between Paul and the leadership of the Jerusalem church.

Paul spends the next few years. The Gentile mission and St. Paul. Saul, or St. Paul (as he was later called), was a Pharisee who persecuted the primitive at Tarsus (Asia Minor), he had come to Jerusalem as a student of the famous rabbi Gamaliel and had harried a Christian group called by Luke the “Hellenists,” who were led by St.

Stephen (the first Christian martyr) and who regarded Jesus as a spiritual. Acts of Apostles, part 6: The gentile mission This article is more than 11 years old. Although the inclusion of gentiles among the followers of Jesus is. A theological and historical study of the Gentiles and the Gentile missions in Luke and Acts.

Dr Wilson examines Jesus' attitude to Gentiles and concludes that not only did he fail to anticipate a historical Gentile mission, but that his eschatological expectations logically disallowed it. Luke's views are then set against the tradition on the Price: $   xi, pages 23 cm Based on the author's thesis, Durham University, Includes bibliographical references (pages ) Jesus and the Gentiles -- The Gentiles in Luke's Gospel -- Lukan eschatology -- The early chapters of Acts -- Stephen and the Hellenists -- Paul's conversion -- Cornelius and the Apostolic Council -- Paul's speech on the Areopagus -- Jewish and Gentile missions Pages: An examination of the apostle Luke's two-part account, viewing his writings from the viewpoint of his role in the Gentile mission.

Yet there was still a hesitancy on the part of the apostolic mission to cross over the next social barrier and bring the gospel to Gentiles, even a God-Fearing Gentile like Cornelius.

These issues will erupt into the first major church controversy by Acts 15 and may stand in the background of Paul’s confrontation with Peter in Galatians 2. In each case in Luke-Acts the term carries not the meaning of “existence” or “continuance” but the force of either “riot,” “discord,” or “strife.” 3 The point is that the inclusion of the Gentiles into the promise as Gentiles severely threatened to divide the church along ethnic lines and put an end to the Jewish mission in.

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The Gentile Mission in Old Testament Citations in Acts: Text, Hermeneutic, and Purpose James A. Meek Scholarship on the uses of the Old Testament in Luke-Acts has tended to focus upon the role played by the Old Testament in the development of the author's Christology.

The Gentiles and the Gentile Mission in Luke-Acts. [Cambridge: University Press, ], p. All major English translations, including the King James and the NIV, use a Greek text with four prohibitions.

The textual questions are discussed in detail in Bruce Metzger. A. The aim of this thesis is twofold. First, to make a detailed study of the theme of the Gentiles and the Gentile mission in Luke-Acts.

And second, to use these results as an avenue of approach to broader problems in the teaching of both Jesus and Luke. As regards Jesus, how his teaching on the Gentiles is related to his eschatology. As regards Luke, both how he sees the relationship between.ways to establish a single paradigm, that the Gentile mission is defined fundamentally and exclusively by Christology.

S.G. Wilson's The Gentiles and the Gentile Mission in Luke-Acts, 5 the only work in recent decades on 'Dr. J.G. Muthuraj is a Professor of the New Testament.The Gentiles and the Gentile mission in Luke-Acts.

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