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paraphrase and comment upon the Epistles and Gospels

George Stanhope

paraphrase and comment upon the Epistles and Gospels

appointed to be used in the Church of England

by George Stanhope

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Published by [s.n.] in London .
Written in English

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  • Book of Common Prayer -- Commentaries.

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    Statementby George Stanhope, D.D., Dean of Canterbury.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17275276M

    The book of Acts forms a bridge between the Gospels and Paul’s epistles. Almost every commentator on Acts maintains its purpose is to tell the story of the birth and growth of the church. While the birth of the church is found in Acts (though not in the way most think) Luke’s purpose was far different. The Christian pseudepigrapha include various gospels, books of acts, epistles, and revelations, and some of these may have been written by women. There is another group of books, not included in the Hebrew Bible, that have been accepted into the Old Testaments of the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches. These books circulated in.

    The three epistles of John were likely written from Ephesus between A.D. 80 and This would make them among the last New Testament books to be written. There are a number of helpful commentaries on the Epistles of John, and the following are five of the best. Themes in the Book A. The deity of Jesus Christ and the kind of life on earth that faith in Him demands. () B. Assurance. () 1. “We know” occurs 13 times while its cognate does some 40 times. 2. While the gospel of John was written to create faith, the epistle gives certainty of faith and possession of eternal life. Outline of the Book.

    The New Testament contains twenty-seven books, written in Greek, by fifteen or sixteen different authors between 50 CE and CE. The writings are of four types: Gospels, acts of the apostles, epistles, and apocalypse. The New Testament contains four Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Explanation of the epistles and gospels for the Sundays, holydays and festivals throughout the ecclesiastical year: to which are added the lives of many saints by Goffine, Leonhard, ; Ott, George, ; Pilz, Gerard M.


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