18 The Transmission of Christian Faith
Hellenistic-Romanthe Second Age
The second of the six phases of Christianity was Hellenistic-Roman. This
is not, of course, to say that Within that age Christianity was geographically
confined to the area where Helle
The Kingdom of God
in the Book of Mark
What was the overall point of the article?
To outline who John was as well as what his purpose is and explain his baptismal process
Who was John the Baptizers ministry to?
all the people of Jerusalem
The Jewish Age
Culture and Coherence in Christian History:
From Pentecost to the 20th century, Christian history may be divided into six phases.
Each phase represents its embodiment in a major culture area which has meant that in that phase
it has taken a
A Summary of Richard Niebuhrs
Christ and Culture
1. The Enduring Problem
This chapter introduces us to theenduring problem, which to Niebuhr is the relationship
between Christianity and civilization (1). This is a problem because we know Christ is
Let Justice Roll Down Like Waters (Amos 5-6)
by Samuel Thomas
All prophets in the Hebrew Bible exhibit moral outrage, but Amos seems to have been
downright hopping mad. Amos lived in the eighth century B.C.E., and though he was
from a southern Judean town
By David Bosch.
Early Christian Movements [Pg 42-45]
What about the mission to the Gentiles? The first Christian community was not opposed to the
conversion of Gentiles. Contemporary Judaism was not averse to winning proselytes, and i
Eschatological Expectation in the Old Testament
1) What did you find interesting about this article?
I found interesting that it talks of something entirely new, whether that be a reality or
institution what we have now will be completely demolished and r
The Indigenizing and Pilgrim Principles
Annotate the following Excerpt from Andrew F. Walls The Missionary Movement in Christian History
Church history has always been a battleground for two opposing tendencies; and the reason is
that each of the tendenci