5 edition of The way of discipleship found in the catalog.
1957 in [Philadelphia .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||BX9177 .A4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||57005027|
Tannehill, Robert C. We, like the disciples, do not come out looking very good on this point. Why are the twelve disciples not called disciples, but apostles in the book of Acts and the epistles? Philip" by El Greco, According to tradition, John outlived all of the disciples, dying of old age in Ephesus, where he preached a gospel of love and taught against heresy.
When the apostle Philip called him to come and meet the Messiah, Nathanael was skeptical, but he followed along anyway. We submit to our husbands as unto the Lord Ephesians As far as disciples go, however, history has dealt Thomas a bum rap. ISBN Philippians ; 1 Thessalonians ; 2 Thessalonians
It is enough for the disciple that he become as his teacher, and the slave as his master. Have you considered the cost of discipleship, as well as its rewards? The racial separatism which once was thought to be a measure of spirituality was now shown to be a hindrance to it cf. After the resurrection, Peter became a bold evangelist and missionary, and one of the greatest leaders of the early church. Elders are to lead, not by force, but by example 1 Peter Adam Clayton Powell, Sr.
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I understand from this text that rewards are based not so much on the magnitude of our service, but on the sincerity of our motives; not so much on the response to our service as on the reason for it. Principle 5: Our great reward is Jesus Himself.
Summary[ edit ] One of the most quoted parts of the book deals with the distinction which Bonhoeffer makes between "cheap" and "costly" grace. The only disciples which Paul could have had would have been his disciples as an unbelieving Rabbi. He has written books on culture and theology, mission, spirituality, and discipleship.
Similarly, Katelyn Beaty of Christianity Today warned against the Christian use of cheap grace in excusing powerful men guilty of sexual assault.
It implies a genuine faith and conversion to Christ. Paul instructed those who were rich in material things to be rich in good works, and not to trust in the uncertainty of riches 1 Timothy His cross was the instrument which put to death the sinless Son of God.
Finally, the Romans destroyed Jerusalem and burned the temple in 70 CE. Like us, he longed to be accepted and loved. But even more than this, what God takes away He replaces with something even better. Baptism summarizes all that is involved in the initiation of a person into the Christian faith.
For the first time, the readers question whether the disciples will understand Jesus and his purpose. This served as a "place where the older vision was kept alive. You see, we have made the eleven our pattern for discipleship.
Those who went forth to the Gentiles were not the eleven. There is still one last gasp of contemporary thinking on discipleship. Over and over the disciples evidenced a jockeying for position, and a desire to get ahead of the other eleven.
We are not saying that one-to-one ministry is prohibited. Mark presents the disciples in a harsher manner than the other three gospels.
John's enormous impact on the early Christian church and his larger-than-life personality, make him a fascinating character study.The Discipleship Handbook will benefit anyone seeking such an experience with Jesus.
It may be used for personal study or in Sabbath schools, prayer meetings, small groups, or one-on-one settings. It is more than a book about discipleship. Rather, it contains everything needed for a six-month, Bible-based discipleship plan for Seventh-day Adventist churches and their members.
This book examines -- thoughtfully and in considerable detail -- each event, teaching, and parable contained in the Gospel of Luke. Each of the nearly lessons serves as another step on a journey in discipleship known as a JesusWalk, designed to develop believers into committed, trained disciples.
This study opens a variety of paths to understanding both the comfort and the challenge of being Christian believers who follow the way of Jesus in the world.
It explores the call of discipleship, the problem of discipleship, discipleship as identity in Christ, pathways of discipleship, and the fruits of discipleship. In this book, The Way of Discipleship, we set forth the terms of discipleship as the Lord meant them to be.
We know very clearly that Jesus never intended to have converts. He has always wanted disciples. In this way, Gittins builds up a picture both of 'the Way' of Jesus himself, and of the way in which today's disciples can loyally follow his call to mission.
The Way of Discipleship: Women, Men, and Today's Call to Mission () by Anthony J. GittinsBrand: Liturgical Press. The Cost of Discipleship is a book by the German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer, considered a classic of Christian atlasbowling.com original German title is simply Nachfolge (literally: "following" or: "the act of following").
It is centered on an exposition of the Sermon on the Mount, in which Bonhoeffer spells out what he believes it means to follow atlasbowling.com: Dietrich Bonhoeffer.