By Raymond F. Collins

ISBN-10: 0814682383

ISBN-13: 9780814682388

What mild does the hot testomony shed at the perform of celibacy for the sake of the dominion? In his most recent paintings, well known Scripture student Raymond F. Collins turns his recognition to the query, which after all has very important implications for the church in our personal day. even though the answer's no longer an easy one, and it doesn't inevitably translate instantly into transparent modern ecclesial coverage, it nonetheless serves as a big origin for dialogue. Collins supplies cautious attention of the technique for use in imminent the query and to special points of the sociocultural context of first-century Palestine during which the hot testomony took shape. He then explores what Jesus stated to the disciples, a number of disciples' personal prestige as married males, and Paul's instructing and private instance on marriage. Raymond Collins has served the church via his considerate and scholarly exegetical paintings for many years. This most up-to-date paintings of his will lengthy remember between his...

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Retired from the university lecture hall, I had the time. Having lectured on the New Testament for more than forty years, I had the expertise, or so it was thought. Writing the book was a challenge. I have endeavored to meet the challenge as best I could. The project could not have been completed were it not for the assistance of several persons. Let me begin with a word of thanks to Dr. Susan Harvey, then chair of the department of religious studies at Brown University, who not only promoted my appointment as a visiting scholar in the department but also introduced me to Dr.

GNS Good News Studies Hom. Homily ICC International Critical Commentary IVP Intervarsity Press JANT The Jewish Annotated New Testament JBL Journal of Biblical Literature JSJ Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Periods JJS Journal of Jewish Studies JSNT Journal for the Study of the New Testament JSNTSup Journal for the Study of the New Testament: Supplement Series JSOT Journal for the Study of the Old Testament JTS Journal of Theological Studies KEK Kritisch-exegetischer Kommentar über das Neue Testament KJV King James Version (Authorized Version) LD Lectio Divina LS Louvain Studies LSJ Liddell, Henry George, Robert Scott, and Henry Stuart Jones.

57 Canon 11 of the Council of Neocaesarea (ca. 314–25) stipulated that no one was to be ordained before the age of thirty. 59 Scriptural Basis for the Practice of Clerical Continence As was customary at the time, the Fathers of the Church and the early decretalists found support for the practice of clerical continence in Scripture. Unius uxoris vir Given that the dominant practice was the choice of married men who had already raised their families, it is to be expected that among the texts most frequently cited are those that speak of the “husband of one wife,” the famous unius uxoris vir in the Latin translation of 1 Timothy 3:2, 12 and Titus 1:6.

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