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by Mark E. Moore

eBook The Chronological Life of Christ : From Glory to Galilee (Vol. 1) epub
  • ISBN: 0899007511
  • Author: Mark E. Moore
  • Genre: Christians
  • Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: College Press Publishing Company, Inc. (June 3, 1996)
  • Pages: 416 pages
  • ePUB size: 1434 kb
  • FB2 size 1330 kb
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Moore's two-volume work The Chronological Life of Christ has now been combined into this single book. The companion book "From Galilee to Glory" written by the same author takes the reader on to the finish of His life on the cross. Excellent, meaty study material.

Moore's two-volume work The Chronological Life of Christ has now been combined into this single book. Bible class teachers will appreciate his cultural explanations, and all will applaud the spiritual lessons that Moore highlights. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 20 years ago.

For the student or teacher who wants to be true to the Word, The Chronological Life of Christ is a dependable resource. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Paperback, 416 pages.

Mark E. Moore, author of The Chronological Life of Christ has three convictions about the Bible. It is the Word of God, and therefore it is understandable.

For the student or teacher who wants to be true to the Word. Mark E. It is also life’s guide and God’s Revelation of Himself. Therefore, the Word of God is inspired, flawless, and lovely. He concludes that study is the highest form of worship. These convictions make him well qualified to write The Chronological Life of Christ.

The Chronological Life of Christ : From Glory to Galilee.

This first book of the series includes chronicling events in Jesus life and ministry such as His birth, baptism by John the Baptist, temptation by Satan in the wilderness, first miracle at Cana, first cleansing of the Temple, and dialogues with Nicodemus and the Samaritan woman at the well, all from the perspective of the Apostle John, the Beloved Disciple. The Chronological Life of Christ : From Glory to Galilee.

This book is a must have for all those studying the Gospels and life of Christ. Библиографические данные. The Chronological Life of Christ. It combines both great academic quality and ease of understanding for the non-academic reader. Пользовательский отзыв - CCC President - Christianbook. My Biblical professors has enjoyed this book for the last 2 years and students have reported that it is a must for their library.

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Breaking Away from Galilee. Mark Moore has been a professor of New Testament at Ozark Christian College since 1990. Mark has authored a number of books, mostly on the Life of Christ. The Later Judean Ministry of Christ. The Later Perean Ministry. In 2008 he was awarded a PhD from the University of Wales for his work on the politics of Jesus. He is also the director of the Institute for Christian Resources, a program dedicated to making Jesus famous by providing Christian resources for real life problems. He is a popular speaker noted for his passion for the lost and his participation in completing the Great Commission of Christ.

From Glory to Galilee. AbeBooks has millions of books. n/a. Published by Publication Date: 2003. View all copies of this book.

Book, Internet Resource. All Authors, Contributors: Mark E Moore. of Christ - The death of Christ - The Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus. Find more information about: Mark E Moore. ISBN: 978089900009557. Responsibility: Mark E. Moore. More information: Table of contents.

Mark Moore has written a commentary utilizing examples that give a clear understanding as to how each text fits into today's world. For the student or teacher who wants to be true to the Word, The Chronological Life of Christ is a dependable resource.
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Adoraris
Mark E. Moore, author of The Chronological Life of Christ has three convictions about the Bible. It is the Word of God, and therefore it is understandable. It is also life’s guide and God’s Revelation of Himself. “Therefore, the Word of God is inspired, flawless, and lovely. He concludes that study is the highest form of worship.” These convictions make him well qualified to write The Chronological Life of Christ.
The Chronological Life of Christ harmonizes the four gospels into one chronological storyline. The story is an in-depth look into Jesus’ life, death and resurrection. Mark E. Moore tries to lead us in our discovery of who is this Jesus. Our search begins and ends with the four gospels. It is a story that the Bible student cannot gain by reading the four gospels separately. I know because I tried doing just that before reading The Chronological Life of Christ. This book succeeds magnificently in weaving together a harmony of the four gospels that is easy to follow and filled with important details to help the reader understand first century thought, culture and lifestyle.
Why harmonize the four gospels? Theologian N.T. Wright says, “My point is not to adjudicate between such approaches; simply to point out that all readers of any text worth reading, whatever its content, are engaged in a fourfold task: history, content, exegesis and application. These four strands intertwine like four parts in a string quartet. You can study them individually, you can write out the separate parts; but you only get the music if all four parts are playing simultaneously. ”
Mark E. Moore’s book is written and produced like music to our ears and is a delight to read. Despite being more than an eye opening 694 pages of text, I found this book to be a page-turner, often staying up reading into the early hours of the morning. That is because the author pays attention to details, even commenting on the hard sayings of Jesus.
For example, In John 6:51, Jesus talks about the bread of life, with Jesus’ body being that bread. Even in the first century, this was a hard saying. Author Mark E. Moore responds to the controversy, “Jesus’ words are shocking, even offensive. You can almost hear them gasp as Jesus talks about drinking blood and gnawing flesh. The audience is scandalized; they begin to argue about it. Now, you might think Jesus would lighten up a bit and say, ‘Now don’t take it literally!’ But he doesn’t. In fact, he presses the metaphor further. Obviously, this is a figure of speech. Jesus is not advocating the revolting practice of cannibalism and drinking blood (cf. Gen 9:4; Lev 17:10–14; 1 Sam 14:32–35). He is talking about accepting him at the deepest levels. He is speaking of participation and incorporation of his character, purposes, and nature. But just how does one “feed on Jesus”? He has already answered that in v. 35—by coming to Jesus and believing in him.”
One of my favorite chapters in the book focuses on the death of Christ (part twelve) and lays out in chronological order, all the intricacies of that time-honored event. In conjunction, Mark Moore is not afraid to take another stand on controversies that have raged through the centuries. Here is another example, “While it is illogical to persecute Jewish people for what a few Jewish leaders did centuries ago, it is also illogical to rewrite history so as to exculpate those Jewish leaders who perpetrated this crime. They were guilty, along with the Romans, for a heinous crime and radical breaches of justice. God has already judged this act (Mt 23:37–39; Lk 13:34–35; 23:27–30). “Christians” don’t need to add to God’s judgment nor execute it.” Although this might seem a bit preachy to some, I believe he is right on with his conclusions.
The Chronological Life of Christ is logical, thought provoking and highly detailed. Author Mark E. Moore tries to help the reader understand that not everyone is eager or willing to accept the supernatural aspects of a bodily resurrection, whether it is because of philosophical, religious or scientific reasons. Still he has made a great case to explain to the reader the five main theories that deny the historic reality of Jesus’ resurrection. I believe he has made a good case for understanding the life of Christ. Although the concept of the book is not original, this book is an important record of Jesus’ message, life, death and resurrection.
Cerar
This is a great and.very informative research tool for the Bible. Extremely helpful k
Qudanilyr
Still reading. SO far this guy is really into explaining the whats and wherfores.
Porgisk
Great read. Enjoyed my time with the book and actually learned a thing or two. Already purchased the second book.
Windforge
Extremely well written and well researched. I have purchased and given away a number of copies to young students. Just a great study!
Xirmiu
Love this book. Love the detail and history. Very well researched and written. It has helped me grow in my spiritual walk with Jesus.
Bynelad
Have always appreciated Mark Moore's insights and teaching. Just have to learn to navigate on my new Kindle
Have always appreciated Mark Moore's insight and teaching. Just have to learn to navigate on my new Kindle
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