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The Messianic Mission. France II.
The Fourth Gospel. The Critical Problem. The Johannine Dualism. Eternal Life. The Christian Life. The Holy Spirit. Eschatology III. The Primitive Church. The Resurrection of Jesus. The Eschatological Kerygma.
The Church IV. Paul Sources of Paul's Thought. Humanity outside of Christ. The Person of Christ. The Work of Christ: Atonement. The Work of Christ: Justification. The Pauline Psychology. The New Life in Christ. The Law. The Church. Eschatology V. Hebrews and the General Epistles.
Johannine Epistles VI. The Apocalypse. Chapter 9 discusses the ethics of the kingdom. After a brief survey, a discussion on Jesus and the law follows. Presentations on the ethics of the reign of God, absolute ethics, and ethics of the inner life are covered.
The attainment of righteousness, and rewards and grace, round out the chapter. Chapter 10 offers an extended treatment on the Messiah. A discussion of the Messiah in the Old Testament begins the chapter, followed by the Messianic idea in Judaism.
The Messianic expectation in the Gospels, as well as discussions on Jesus and the Messiah and the Son of David, round out the chapter.
Chapter 11 covers the Son of Man as a Messianic title, beginning with the background of the title. A detailed analysis of the term Son of Man in the Synoptics follows.
Treatments on the earthly, suffering, and apocalyptic Son of Man round out the chapter. Chapter 12 offers an extended treatment on the Messianic title Son of God, beginning with the meaning of the title.
The Messianic title Son of God in Judaism is covered next, as well as discussions on the Divine Man, the Son of God title in the Gospels, and presentations on the baptism, the temptation, and Lord. Debates before the Pharisees and the Sanhedrin are also covered. Chapter 13 examines the Messianic problem and the historical Jesus, including the nature of the Gospels.
Form criticism of the Gospels and historicity are covered, as well as overviews of the historical Jesus and the Messianic secret. Chapter 14 covers the Messianic mission, specifically the crucifixion, beginning with the event of the crucifixion. Chapter 15 offers an extended treatment on Eschatology, beginning with individual Eschatology.
Resurrection and Hell are also presented. Chapter 16 offers a chapter by R. France on the Synoptic Gospels Matthew, Mark, and Luke , including a discussion on the fourfold Gospel, as well as discussions concerning the structure and major themes of each of the Synoptic Gospels. Part 2 focuses on the fourth Gospel the Gospel of John.
Chapter 17 outlines the critical problem, including differences between the Gospel of John and the Synoptics and the historical background of the Gospel of John.
Chapter 18 offers an extended treatment on Johannine dualism, including darkness and light, flesh and spirit, the world kosmos , as well as comparisons of Greek and Qumran dualism with the Gospel of John. Chapter 20 offers an extended treatment on the concept of eternal life, as well as contrasts with Gnosticism.
The Jewish background of eternal life, the eschatological concept of eternal life, and examination of the concept in Greek thought and the Old Testament are also covered. Chapter 21 covers the Christian life, including faith, ethics, and a mini-Ecclesiology with regard to the doctrine of the church and the sacraments.
The concepts of faith and signs, abiding, and predestination are also covered. Chapter 22 offers a discussion on the Holy Spirit, including the use of the terminology in Hellenistic religion, the Old Testament, the Synoptics, and the Gospel of John. Discussions on the Paraclete and the mission of the Spirit round out the chapter. After an examination of the critical problem and the structure, Ladd covers the coming of Christ, the resurrection, and the judgment.
Part 3 covers the theology of the primitive church, primarily focusing on the book of Acts. Chapter 24 briefly covers the critical problem of the theology of Acts. Chapter 25 examines the concept of the resurrection including its importance and fact.
Chapter 26 discusses the eschatological kerygma teaching in Acts. Chapter 27 examines the church with regard to the book of Acts. The beginning of the church at Pentecost begins the chapter, as well as discussions on baptism, Christian fellowship, and the relationship to the church and Israel follow.
Part 4 is an extended treatment on Pauline theology. Chapter 28 offers an introduction to Paul, as well as provides the center of Pauline theology. Chapter 30 offers an extended treatment on major concepts of humanity outside of Christ.