Conversion in the New Testament Paul and the Twelve

ISBN-10: 0802842356
ISBN-13: 9780802842350
Edition: 1999
Authors: Richard V. Peace
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Book details

List price: $36.00
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 390
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.650
Language: English

Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction: What Do We Need to Know about Conversion?
Defining Conversion
Approaches to the Issue
Overview
The Experience of St. Paul
The Event: The Core Pattern of Paul's Conversion
The Significance of Paul's Conversion
The Three Accounts of Paul's Conversion
The Core Pattern Defined
Call or Conversion?
Paul's Own Accounts of His Conversion
Insight: The Context of Conversion
Paul the Persecutor
A Shift in Assumptions
Turning: Encounter with Jesus
A Vision of Jesus
The Turning
Transformation: The Emergence of New Life
The Response
The Commission
The Continuity
Conclusion
The Experience of the Twelve
The Theme of Conversion in the Gospel of Mark: An Outline of the Gospel
The Structure of Mark's Gospel
A Thematic Outline of the Gospel of Mark
An Analysis of the Structure of Mark
The Organization of Each Unit
Transitions between Units
The Use of Parentheses
The Use of Titles
Another Outline: A Comparison
Summary of the Structural Argument
Jesus the Messiah
The Terms Defined: An Analysis of the Prologue (Mark 1:1-15)
Jesus the Teacher: An Analysis of Unit One (Mark 1:16-4:34)
Jesus the Prophet: An Analysis of Unit Two (Mark 4:34-6:30)
Jesus the Messiah: An Analysis of Unit Three (Mark 6:31-8:30)
Jesus the Son of God
Jesus the Son of Man: An Analysis of Unit Four (Mark 8:31-10:45)
Jesus the Son of David: An Analysis of Unit Five (Mark 10:46-13:37)
Jesus the Son of God: An Analysis of Unit Six (Mark 14:1-15:39)
Summary
Conversion Themes in Mark's Gospel: Response, Faith, Repentance
Conversion: The Theme Defined in the Prologue (Mark 1:1-15)
Responding to Jesus: An Analysis of Unit One (Mark 1:16-4:34)
Faith: An Analysis of Unit Two (Mark 4:35-6:30)
Repentance: An Analysis of Unit Three (Mark 6:31-8:30)
Conversion Themes in Mark's Gospel: Discipleship
Following Jesus: An Analysis of Unit Four (Mark 8:31-10:45)
"Watch, Therefore": An Analysis of Units Five and Six (Mark 10:46-15:39)
The Conversion of the Twelve: A Summary
Evangelism
Encounter Evangelism: A Critique
Encounter-Oriented Evangelistic Activities
An Assessment of Encounter Evangelism
Process Evangelism: Theory
Spiritual Pilgrimage
The Geography of Pilgrimage
A Model for Process Evangelism
Process Evangelism: Practice
An Overview of Process-Evangelism Activities
Small-Group Evangelism
Growth-Oriented Evangelism
The Spiritual Disciplines
Worship Evangelism
Conclusions
A Lexical Summary of Conversion
Selected Bibliography
Biblical and Theological Studies
Psychology
Author Index
Subject Index
Scripture Index

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