Systematic Theology 1 Lecture 4

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  1. Recognize

    1. Immediately or ‘at once’
    2. Authority: Teaching, Summons, Over demons, Over sin. Over death, Over nature

    3. Mystery
    the New Testament’s three key words regarding the coming of the Kingdom
  2. Recognize :

    Will come in the future

    Has come – is now present

    Is ‘near’ or ‘at hand’

    Has been delayed

    The presence of the future

    The ‘already’ and the ‘not yet’

    Enacted inaugurated eschatology

    Living ‘between the times’
     the mystery of the kingdom reflected in the language regarding the Kingdom.
  3. Recognize -

    Now is the time for judgment on this world; now the princeof this world will be driven out. But I, when I am lifted upfrom the earth, will draw all men to myself." He said this toshow the kind of death he was going to die.John 12:31-33

    Later, knowing that all was now completed, and so that theScripture would be fulfilled, Jesus said, “I am thirsty.” …When he had received the drink, Jesus said, “It is finished.”John 19:28-30

    Darkness & earthquake       Eschatology
    Dead people appearing!      Justification
    how the presence of the future occurs in the Cross
  4. Recognize

    Martha answered, “I know he will rise again in theresurrection at the last day.” Jesus said to her, “I am theresurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live,even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in mewill never die.”John 11:24-26

    The phenomenon of the Risen Body of Jesus

    His body the model of our future bodies!
    Soma-pneumaticos: Trans-physical reality
    how the presence of the future occurs in the Resurrection,
  5. Recognize

    These men are not drunk, as you suppose. It's only nine inthe morning! No, this is what was spoken by the prophet Joel: “In the last days, God says, I will pour out my Spirit onall people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy … I will show wonders in the heaven above and signs on the earth below, blood and fire and billows of smoke. The sun will beturned to darkness and the moon to blood before the comingof the great and glorious day of the Lord.”Acts 2:16-20

    Hebrews: ‘The powers of the coming age’
    Paul: The seal of the Spirit as deposit
    Phenomena of ‘system overload’ by the Spirit
    how the presence of the future occurs in the Pentecost
  6. Recognize-

    Slide 141- The Tearing of the Temple veil, at Christ's death, allows the future and present to collide and exist at the same time.
    how the presence of the future occurs in the the tearing of the Temple veil.
  7. List (in 1 sentence each) any six of the ten main implications of the Kingdom. (Implications of the Kingdomchapter, pp 79–89 of Breakthrough: Discovering the Kingdom by Derek Morphew)
    1. The end has occurred in Jesus. Only God himself can be the end. Therfore Jesus is God.

    2. The last days began with Jesus and in Pentecost. Since then we have been living in the last days.

    3. Every intervention of God since the end came, is a break through of the powers of the future age, or eschatological.

    4. Every element of the end is present, or available, in every breakthrough of the kingdom.

    5. The age to come and this age are now separated by a thin veil, in fact a veil that has been torn from top to bottom.

    6. The kingdom of God is the proper framework for one's view of church history, which bears witness to an acceleration phenomenon of kingdom interventions.

    7. The kingdom is the proper framework for understanding world missions.

    8. The Christian life is truly understood in this context.

    9. The kingdom is the proper context for the ministry of healing.

    10. This is the perspective for understanding the relationship between the church and society.
  8. Recognize

    The Truth
    Positively stated-                    

    Jesus                                       
    The Kingdom of God

    Paul
    The Freedom of Grace

    John
    Life of the coming ages

    Error
    Repudiated

    Pharisaic Judaism
    Legalism

    Gnosticism
    Dualism


    Aspects of the shape of New Testament theology. (Slide 145)
  9. Match the Synoptic Gospels, John’s writings, Paul’s writings and Hebrews with their language ofeschatology and its contextualization. (Slides 146–147)


    This present age- The law and the prophets

    The age to come- The kingdom of God isforcefully advancing
    Synoptics
  10. Match the Synoptic Gospels, John’s writings, Paul’s writings and Hebrews with their language ofeschatology and its contextualization. (Slides 146–147)

    This present age- The law came throughMoses

    The age to come- Grace and truth camethrough Jesus Christ
    John
  11. Match the Synoptic Gospels, John’s writings, Paul’s writings and Hebrews with their language ofeschatology and its contextualization. (Slides 146–147)

    This present age-  The righteousness of God revealed in wrath/ Law

    The age to come- The righteousness of Godrevealed in grace/ Grace
    Paul
  12. Match the Synoptic Gospels, John’s writings, Paul’s writings and Hebrews with their language ofeschatology and its contextualization. (Slides 146–147)

    This present age- The old covenant
    The age to come- The new covenant
    Hebrews
  13. Match the Synoptic Gospels, John’s writings, Paul’s writings and Hebrews with their language ofeschatology and its contextualization. (Slides 146–147)

    This age- Wrath, darkness, death

    The age to come- Eternal life (life of the ages)
    John
  14. Recognize

    Gnosticism
    the major heresy addressed by 33% of New Testament books
  15. Recognize

    Traditional Greek religions were waning: nature gods(Jupiter, Neptune, Pluto).

    Philosophies were waning: not real, not satisfying theneed for experience (fate or chance).

    The mystery religions met a need: personal, secretexperiences.

    Christian gospel made massive inroads.

    The mixture of these pre-existing pagan beliefs withChristianity produced Gnosticism.
    the soil of Gnosticism’s origin
  16. Recognize

    Dualism--->( Spirit is Good – Body is Bad) ----> Reject Your Body-------> Asceticism      

    ( Spirit is Good -Body is Bad)----- >Let It Go-->Licentiousness
    Gnosticism’s ethics
  17. Recognize

    Word--- Logos-- Invisible Creative Power

    The greatest revelation (John 1)
    Cosmic fullness (Colossians 1-2)
    The basis of his redeeming work (Hebrews)
    In tangible reality (1 John 1:1-4)
    To the cross (John 19:34-35; 1 John 4:6-8)
    The criterion of orthodoxy (1 John 4:1-3)
    A model for life (Philippians 2:1-13)

    Flesh---- Bodyliness -----Full Humanity
    how John brilliantly combats Gnosticism in his writing about Jesus’ Incarnation. (Slide 157)

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