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The Temple of Jesus" Body

The Temple Theme in the Gospel of John (Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement)

by Alan R. Kerr

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Published by Sheffield Academic Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biblical studies, criticism & exegesis,
  • Books of the New Testament,
  • Religion - Theology,
  • Religion,
  • Theology,
  • Biblical Studies - New Testament,
  • Judaism - General,
  • Bible - Study - New Testament

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages395
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8919367M
    ISBN 101841272620
    ISBN 109781841272627

    When a person connects his/her spirit with the spirit of God i.e accepts Jesus, the spirit of God moves and dwells in the body of that person. The spirit dwells in the material vessel, the body, thus the body is the dwelling place of the spirit of God; The body is the temple of God. The first occasion for Jesus’ cleansing the Temple was when at “the temple he found those who were selling oxen and sheep and pigeons, and the money-changers sitting there” (John 2: 14), so after Jesus made “a whip of cords, he drove them all out of the temple, with the sheep and oxen.

      There are temple themes throughout the book that are really quite remarkable. But for lack of time, let me just skip to the last two chapters where you have the final vision of a new heaven and a new earth or again, the vision changes and it is now a vision of the New Jerusalem, and yet this Jerusalem is also a bride. “Jesus Clears the Temple” Picture. From Biblical coloring book, make a copy of “Jesus Clears the Temple”. Color the picture. Add coin stickers and leather piece for the whip. Print Key Verse and Main Point onto sticker address labels, Avery # and apply to picture. “I am God’s Temple” Picture Frame.

      This makes our body the very temple of the Holy Spirit of God. Those who do not belong to Christ do not have the Spirit of Christ residing in them (Romans ). Thus, their bodies are not a temple of the Holy Spirit. Clearly, then, the greatest thing we can do for our bodies is to make them into a temple for God’s Spirit.   In Luke , it talks about when Jesus was Mary and Joseph took Jesus to Jerusalem. Going home, they thought He was with the caravan of people heading back. But then they can’t find Him! Luckily, they were able to find Him talking with the temple teachers.


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The Temple of Jesus" Body by Alan R. Kerr Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is a study of the Johannine Christian response to the fall of the Jerusalem Temple in 70 ce. A crucial text in this investigation is Jn and its context, which provide a lens through which other texts in John are viewed.5/5.

About The Temple of Jesus' Body. This book is a study of the Johannine Christian response to the fall of the Jerusalem Temple in 70 ce. A crucial text in this investigation is Jn and its context, which provide a lens through which other texts in John are viewed. This book is a study of the Johannine Christian response to the fall of the Jerusalem Temple in 70 ce.

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Title: The Temple of Jesus' Body By: Alan Kerr Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: Vendor: T&T Clark Publication Date: Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches) Weight: 1 pound 11 ounces ISBN: Pages: Get this from a library. The temple of Jesus' body: the temple theme in the Gospel of John.

[Alan R Kerr] -- This book is a study of the Johannine Christian response to the fall of the Jerusalem Temple in 70 ce. A crucial text in this investigation is Jn and its context, which provide a lens through. In fact, the temple was not even really finished in Jesus’ day because work on it would continue off and on until AD 63, some thirty years after Jesus’ death and resurrection.

But John inserts an explanatory comment in verse the temple of which Jesus spoke was His own body. The Temple of Jesus' Body by Alan Kerr,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The Temple of Jesus' Body: Alan Kerr: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience.5/5(1).

This book is a study of the Johannine Christian response to the fall of the Jerusalem Temple in 70 ce. A crucial text in this investigation is Jn and its context, which provide a lens through which other texts in John are viewed.

Kerr's examination of the Temple festivals of Passover, Tabernacles, Dedication suggests that in Jesus fulfils and replaces these, while in the case of the. The stolen body hypothesis posits that the body of Jesus Christ was stolen from his burial place.

His tomb was found empty not because he was resurrected, but because the body had been hidden somewhere else by the apostles or unknown the stolen body hypothesis and the debate over it presume the basic historicity of the gospel accounts of the tomb discovery. Jesus Cleanses the Temple 20 “This temple took forty-six years to build,” the Jews replied, “and You are going to raise it up in three days?” 21 But Jesus was speaking about the temple of His body.

22 After He was raised from the dead, His disciples remembered that He had said this. Then they believed the Scripture and the word that Jesus had spoken.

The cleansing of the Temple narrative tells of Jesus expelling the merchants and the money changers from the Temple, and occurs in all four canonical gospels of the New scene is a common motif in Christian art.

In this account, Jesus and his disciples travel to Jerusalem for Passover, where Jesus expels the merchants and consumers from the Temple, accusing them of turning the. According to John, Jesus’ opponents did not have a clue what he meant; indeed, Jesus’ own disciples had no idea, at the time, what he meant.

But after Jesus was raised from the dead, John says, the disciples remembered his words; they believed the Scripture and the words Jesus had spoken. They knew he was talking about his body (vv. 20– But no, St. John insists in his Gospel. Jesus isn’t referring to edifices built of stone or brick or wood.

The home of the transcendent is not a courtyard, a parapet, or an altar. Rather, God resides in a different kind of temple altogether — the temple of Jesus’s own body. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: New Zealand author.

Description: xii, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Preface; Abreviations; Introduction; Outside the Johannine Text: Some Jewish Responses to the Fall of the Temple; The New Temple: John 2.

; The New Beginning: The Prologue; The Programmatic Vision of John ; A New Centre of Worship: John 4. ; The Temple. This book is a study of the Johannine Christian response to the fall of the Jerusalem Temple in 70 C.E. A crucial text in this investigation is Jn and its context, which provide a lens through which other texts in John are viewed.

Kerr's examination of the Temple festivals of Passover, Tabernacles, Dedication suggests that Jesus fulfils and replaces these, while in the case of the. The two stories about the cleansing of the temple and the cursing of the fig tree may be Mark’s best use of his common technique of “sandwiching” stories in a manner that allows one to serve as an exegesis on the other.

Both stories are probably not literal, but the story of the fig tree is even more abstract and reveals a deeper meaning to the story of Jesus cleansing the Temple — and. Temple. While the temple certainly has a history and integrity of its own, it was created by extension of the tabernacle and is associated with such diverse topics as a mountain and a city, the cosmos and a person's body, and God's glory and name.

Jesus travelled back to Nazareth and he obeyed his parents in everything they said. Jesus helped the family and was a good son. Jesus worked along with Joseph and learned to be a carpenter. He made his mother and Joseph very happy.

Jesus was indeed growing but not just in his body. Jesus grew in four ways: 1) He grew in wisdom. The most arresting part of K.'s study I find is the case he makes for the presence of the Temple theme in John Without denying the meaning of Jesus' washing of the disciples' feet as an acting out of his service ethic and an interpretation of the imminent laying down of his life, K.

argues that the washing is also linked to the ablutions that Jewish custom required before entering the. STORY 87 Young Jesus in the Temple STORY 88 John Baptizes Jesus STORY 89 Jesus Cleans Out the Temple STORY 90 With the Woman at the Well STORY 91 Jesus Teaches on a Mountain Study Questions for My Book of Bible Stories; DOWNLOAD OPTIONS.

Jesus clears worldly merchandise from the temple courts in order to keep the temple a holy place. John.Book Information This book is a study of the Johannine Christian response to the fall of the Jerusalem Temple in 70 ce. A crucial text in this investigation is Jn and its context, which provide a lens through which other texts in John are viewed.The account of Jesus cleansing the Temple in this week ’ s Gospel, brought together with Paul’s insight, provides us with a wonderful Lenten meditation.

Let Jesus swing that whip of cords around the temple of your body; i t’s time for a spring cleaning of the soul! Mass Readings. Reading 1 – .