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by John Piper

  • ISBN: 0521220564
  • Category: Christian Books
  • Author: John Piper
  • Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (March 31, 1980)
  • Pages: 288 pages
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Love Your Enemies. This is one of the few statements Jesus made that is readily accepted by believers and skeptics . Originally published as in the Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series, this is John Piper’s doctoral dissertation from the University of Munich.

Love Your Enemies. This is one of the few statements Jesus made that is readily accepted by believers and skeptics alike. Its authenticity is not seriously questioned and yet it is a revolutionary command. Giving attention to various critical theories, John Piper presents evidence that the early church earnestly advocated for non-retaliatory love, extending it to those who practiced evil in the world. It is a serious work of Christian scholarship by a long-time respected author and pastor.

▲. Title: Love Your Enemies: Jesus' Love Command in the Synoptic Gospels and the Early Christian Paraenesis By: John Piper Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 273 Vendor: Crossway.

Love Your Enemies, originally published as John Piper’s doctoral dissertation at the University of Munich, examines the command . The Use and Meaning of Jesus’ Command of Enemy Love in the Early Christian Paraenesis

Love Your Enemies, originally published as John Piper’s doctoral dissertation at the University of Munich, examines the command to love your enemies as it occurs in various forms in the New Testament books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, Romans, 1 Thessalonians, and 1 Peter. Piper examines the various critical interpretations offered by scholars, and also incorporates the pertinent extra-canonical literature into his study. The Use and Meaning of Jesus’ Command of Enemy Love in the Early Christian Paraenesis. The Gospel Tradition of Jesus’ Command of Enemy Love and its Use in Matthew and Luke.

From 1971–1974 John Piper attended the niversität . Series: Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series (SNTSMS) 38. File: PDF, 1. 8 MB. Читать онлайн.

From 1971–1974 John Piper attended the niversität in München for doctoral work. He investigates the theological significance of Jesus’s love command in the paraenesis and finally concludes by focusing on the Gospel tradition’s use of the command, particularly in Matthew and Luke.

It is perhaps John Piper's most overlooked work, in part because it is not intended primarily for a popular audience and is therefore far more technical than are many of his works. Piper first of all looks at the simple command to love one's enemies as it is found in the background material with which Jesus would have been familiar-in the Old Testament, inter-testamental Jewish literature, and the writings of the rabbis.

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Love Your Enemies: Jesus’ Love Command in the Synoptic Gospels and the Early Christian Paraenesis. First published in the Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series (Cambridge University Press, 1979). Cover design: Studio Gearbox.

Love Your Enemies: Jesus’ Love Command in the Synoptic Gospels and the Early Christian Paraenesis. Cover image(s): Ecce Homo Antonio Ciser, SuperStock.

Such love was key to the church’s own ethical tradition or paraenesis Originally published as in the Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series, this is John.

Such love was key to the church’s own ethical tradition or paraenesis. Piper illuminates the Synoptics and passages in Romans, as well as 1 Thessalonians and 1 Peter, with non-canonical evidence, investigating the theological significance of Jesus’s love command.

Love thy enemies" is what separates Christianity from all earlier religions. Studies of the New Testament and Its World. Bloomsbury Publishing. p. 236. ISBN 978-0-567-22085-1. Nolland disagrees with this, seeing a number of historical precedents. smile on your adversary. Nolland also cites the Egyptian Instruction of Amenemope, which says. Love Your Enemies: Jesus' Love Command in the Synoptic Gospels and the Early Christian Paraenesis. 54. ISBN 978-1-4335-3478-2.

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Reviews about 'Love your enemies': Jesus' love command in the synoptic gospels and in the early Christian paraenesis (Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series) (7):
Mr.Bean
I loved Piper's other books and have been waiting for a used book seller to price this one reasonably. Great book that outlines various theories on Jesus' command to love your enemies along with Piper's take on it. The Mennonite in me doesn't agree with his rationalization of violence, but he does at least address the issue and doesn't try to say Jesus wasn't serious or that he was exaggerating. The book is very thorough on addressing the many instances of the command to love your enemies and putting them in context with the surrounding scripture.
Kulalbine
A deeper look at loving our enemies that may likely become a real necessity in these darkening days before He returns for His bride!!
bass
"Love Your Enemies" is one of John Piper's most overlooked works. This may be because, as a reworking of his doctoral dissertation, it is more technical than his other writings and not originally attended for a broad audience. This is a bit of a shame, since it is an important book on an important topic, and for anyone willing to work through the text, it will prove most beneficial, since the reader will gain a greater appreciation for a crucial teaching of the Bible.

In this book Piper examines the command to love one's enemies as found in the Old Testament, inter-testamental Jewish literature, and the writings of the rabbis. With this as background, Piper proceeds to examine Jesus' command to love one's enemies in the larger context of his teaching. The last section of the book looks at the command as discussed in the writings of Peter and Paul.
Lestony
"Love Your Enemies," which is Piper's reworking of his doctoral dissertation, was originally published in 1980, with a paperback edition by Baker Book House hitting the market in 1991. It is one of Piper's most overlooked works, perhaps because it is not intended primarily for a popular audience (after all, it is a revision of his dissertation) and is therefore far more technical than are many of his works. Nevertheless, it is an important book on an important topic, and is clearly enough written that even the layperson who is willing to work through the text will be able to understand it and benefit greatly in his or her understanding of this crucial biblical principle.

In this work, Piper looks first of all at this simply command to love one's enemies as it is found in the background material with which Jesus would have been familiar--in the Old Testament, inter-testamental Jewish literature, and the writings of the rabbis. Piper then discusses Jesus' command to love one's enemies in the larger context of his teaching, including his teaching on the kingdom (or reign) of God. Finally, Piper looks at the command to love one's enemies as it is found in the writings of the Paul and Peter as well as in the Synoptic Gospels.

This is a worthwhile study for anyone interested in looking in depth at this elemental teaching, not just of Jesus, but of both Judaism and historical Christianity.
Jare
"Love Your Enemies" was originally published in 1980, with a paperback edition by Baker Book House hitting the market in 1991. It is perhaps John Piper's most overlooked work, in part because it is not intended primarily for a popular audience and is therefore far more technical than are many of his works. Even so, it is an important book on an important topic, and is clearly enough written as to be accessible to the layperson as well as the scholar.

Piper first of all looks at the simple command to love one's enemies as it is found in the background material with which Jesus would have been familiar--in the Old Testament, inter-testamental Jewish literature, and the writings of the rabbis. Piper then discusses Jesus' command to love one's enemies in the larger context of his teaching, including his teaching on the kingdom (or reign) of God. Finally, he discusses the command to love one's enemies as it is found in the writings of the Paul and Peter as well as in the Synoptic Gospels.

This is a worthwhile study for anyone interested in an in-depth investigation of this elemental teaching, not just of Jesus, but of both Judaism and historical Christianity.

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