A Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts (Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement)

by Ju Hur

Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press

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  • Biblical studies, criticism & exegesis,
  • Books of the New Testament,
  • Religion - Theology - Biblical,
  • Criticism, interpretation, etc,
  • Bible.,
  • Religion,
  • N.T.,
  • Holy Spirit,
  • Bible - Criticism Interpretation - New Testament,
  • Christianity - Theology - Pneumatology,
  • Bible - Study - New Testament,
  • Theology,
  • Biblical Studies - New Testament,
  • Acts,
  • Biblical teaching,
  • Luke
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Number of Pages342
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ISBN 101841271926
ISBN 109781841271927

Evangelism is the priority that dominates the Book of Acts. It sets the pattern or pace of how the church should spread the gospel until Jesus returns. The Spirit was also active in every step and aspect of ministry. Each conversion was a result of the Spirit’s drawing. Here’s a short list of the activities of the Holy Spirit in Paul’s. Bosch also sees the Holy Spirit as a uniting theme in Luke-Acts by saying "Luke unites the time of Jesus and the time of the church in one era of the Spirit" (). Luke accomplishes this by paralleling the role of the Spirit and other themes in the birth of John the Baptist and Jesus in Luke and the birth of the Church in Acts   See Peter Cullen, “Euphoria, Praise and Thanksgiving: Rejoicing in the Spirit in Luke-Acts,” Journal of Pentecostal Theology 6 () George Montague, The Holy Spirit: Growth of a Biblical Tradition (New York: Paulist Press, ) Don Basham, A Handbook on the Holy Spirit Baptism (Pittsburgh: Whitaker House, Spirit as Dove: It is seen in Matt that as soon as Jesus came out of the water, the Holy Spirit descended upon Him in bodily form like a dove. The dove was the sign which assured John that Jesus was the one who would be the baptizer in the Holy Spirit. The purpose of the Gospel writers in presenting the information concerning the dove at Jesus baptism is not to .

Start studying The Gospels Final. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. A book which seeks to bring together the Gospels into a single, chronological narrative account The important place given to the Holy Spirit in Luke Acts is used primarily to demonstrate.   The theological homogeny of Luke-Acts largely goes unquestioned, but in his book, Stronstad seems content dispelling any objections to Luke-Acts being a single theological work with two volumes. He places a great deal of this defense on the theological homogeny of Luke-Acts with particular interest to the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit would show Christ to us, that is revelation - but the Holy Spirit would also form Christ in us, that is confirmation: He would make us like Jesus. The substance of this promise in verse 8 of Acts 1 is: 'But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all. Start studying Slice 3 reading. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Luke, Acts, Hebrews, and Jude. holy spirit on writers dynamic theory: God have divine concepts dictation theory: God dictated exact words.

ACTS OF THE APOSTLES 6 SYLLABUS CHAPTER OUTLINE: “FIRST THINGS, FIRST!” Ch. 1 – 1st NT Assembly ‘church’: Jesus’ disciples await His promised Spirit Ch. 2 – 1st Feast of Pentecost, Sermon: Baptism/pouring of Spirit on all flesh Ch. 3 – 1st Miracle sign: Apostles cure cripple at the temple in Jesus’ name Ch. 4 – 1st Persecution by Jewish authorities over Jesus .   Yong's book is not so much a description of the private / personal interactions of the Spirit with a believer (though this is an unavoidable aspect of the topic) but more of a vision of what it looked like for the Holy Spirit to guide and define value and direction in the life of Jesus, of the apostles and then of the reader/modern believer/5. The coming of the Spirit to early believers was an observable event for which Luke employed a vivid and varied vocabulary reminiscent of that used by the Septuagint (the Greek translation of the Old Testament) to describe the experiences of Old Testament leaders when the Holy Spirit came upon them for prophetic and other leadership functions Recommended Reading List William Menzies & Robert Menzies, Spirit and Power: Foundations of Pentecostal Experience (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, ) Robert Menzies, Pentecost: This Story is Our Story (Springfield, Mo: The Gospel Publishing House, ) Robert Menzies, Making Pentecost Your Story: 50 Days of Reflection and Prayers – A Devotional Companion for .

A Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts (Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement) by Ju Hur Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is a challenge to both historical-critical and 'pure' literary-critical approaches to the subject of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts through a new and holistic perspective, 'dynamic biblical narrative criticism'.Cited by: As the title of the Book suggests, this volume attempts to present a “dynamic” and “holistic” reading of the Holy Spirit, attentive to the narrator’s rhetoric, character-presentation of the Holy Spirit and the narrative function of the Spirit within the overall plot of Luke-Acts.

Get this from a library. Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts. [Ju Hur] -- This book is a challenge to both historical-critical and 'pure' literary-critical approaches to the subject of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts through a new and holistic perspective, 'dynamic biblical.

Judging by the number of references to Holy Ghost in Luke's gospel and Acts, it is no wonder that Luke is designated as the “enthusiast in/for the Spirit” or that the Acts of the Apostles is called “the Acts of the Holy Spirit.” The Holy Spirit has also been one of the most constantly debated subjects among the many issues concerning Luke and/or Acts.

This study will re-visit the topic. Plot, function and the Holy Spirit -- 6. Concluding remarks on \"A dynamic reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts\' -- Appendix I.

The presentation of the Spirit of the Lord\/God in the Jewish Bible -- Appendix II. The presentation of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts -- Appendix III. The Holy Spirit and its related characters in Luke-Acts -- IV.

This book is a challenge to both historical-critical and 'pure' literary-critical approaches to the subject of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts through a new and holistic perspective, 'dynamic biblical narrative criticism'.

By means of this methodology, Hur attempts to explore the Lukan Spirit within the broader repertoire of biblical narrative, the Jewish Bible.

The Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts by Graham H. Twelftree Luke, who allegedly wrote a gospel and A Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts book Acts of the Apostles, has more to say about the Spirit than any other biblical writer does. He portrays the Spirit as the activity and presence of God (Luke ) but also as an impersonal force or power (LukeLuke ), and, for example.

About Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts. Judging by the number of references to Holy Ghost in Luke's gospel and Acts, it is no wonder that Luke is designated as the “enthusiast in/for the Spirit” or that the Acts of the Apostles is called “the Acts of the Holy Spirit.”.

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The Holy Spirit functions as the revealer of God’s truth and will. Two terms are especially associated with this activity. Six times the Holy Spirit is said to be the one who “speaks” the truth of God.

Some of the references are to the authorship of the passages cited in Acts from the Old Testament, the statements being “the Holy Spirit. Click to read more about A Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts (Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement) by Ju Hur. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Ju Hur.

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Books. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Library of New Testament Studies: Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts (Paperback) at Abstract. This study examines the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts through a new perspective: 'dynamic biblical narrative criticism'.

Chapter I briefly surveys the past and present issues in the study of the Holy Spirit in Luke and Acts by focusing on three representative scholars: J. Dunn; R-P.

Menzies; M. - Turner, while noting that their research (including that of other influential Author: Ju Hur. Ju Hur is the author of A Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ).

READING LUKE-ACTS () by William S. Kurz S.J. Hear about sales, receive special offers & more. Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts In Stock.

$ Add To Cart. $ This excellent book shows how literary criticism illuminates the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles, reclaiming them as biblical Pages: Ju Hur, author of A Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts (Journal for the Study, on LibraryThing LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site.

Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts: LNTS: Bredenhof, Reuben: Failure and Prospect: Lazarus and the Rich Man (Luke ) in the Context of Luke-Acts: LNTS: Weatherly, Jon A.

Jewish Responsibility for the Death of Jesus in Luke-Acts: LNTS: Read-Heimerdinger, Jenny71%. The Holy Spirit has also been one of the most constantly debated subjects among the many issues concerning Luke and/or Acts.

This study will re-visit the topic of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts through a new perspective. The first portion of this volume discusses three contemporary understandings of Lukan pneumatology; that of J.

Dunn, R. The Holy Spirit is mentioned times within these two works (36 in Luke and 70 in Acts) which reveal the importance of the Holy Spirit as an active component to the narratives (Hur,p). Within this essay attention will be paid to the intended audience of the author's writings and the importance of the Holy Spirit in the early church.

First and foremost, Pentecostals are calling the church to take a fresh look at Luke-Acts. Only by hearing Luke’s distinctive voice can we develop a truly holistic doctrine of the Holy Spirit. Only by reading Luke-Acts on its own terms can we understand the significance of the promised baptism in the Holy Spirit (Acts ).

The Holy Spirit had anointed Him to preach deliverance (“setting free”) to the captives (“one taken by the spear, a prisoner of war”) (v).

The Holy Spirit had anointed Him to give recovering of sight to the blind (v). The Holy Spirit had anointed Him to set at liberty them that are bruised (“to break, break in pieces”) (v). Fee, Gordon D. Gospel and Spirit: Issues in New Testament Hermeneutics.

Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, Horton, Stanley M. The Book of Acts (CBL). Springfield: Gospel Publishing House, Horton, Stanley M.

What the Bible Says About the Holy Spirit. Springfield: Gospel Publishing House, Hur, Ju. A Dynamic Reading of the Holy. Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts () Hur, Ju The Finger of God and Pneumatology in Luke-Acts () Woods, Edward J.

Interpreting the Book of. Jesus said that the Holy Spirit would reprove the world of sin because people do not believe in Him (John ). The only sin that condemns a man is the continual rejection of Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour (John ).

This sin is also the unpardonable sin of blasphemy against the Holy Spirit because the Holy Spirit convicts us of sin. demonstrates the power of the Spirit through tongues, prophecy, and miracles, it was evidence for the claim that Jesus was, in fact, the promised Messiah The Spirit’s Role in Luke/Acts When we talk about the role of the Holy Spirit – the kinds of things we might expect him to do – the cardinal rule is this: The Holy Spirit does what he.

Chapters deal with aspects of Jesus as Messiah, chapter 9 concerns the Holy Spirit in Luke – Acts. This is interesting to me since books of this sort tend to emphasize Luke’s view of the Holy Spirit.

Bock has an efficient 14 pages on the topic, although the Holy Spirit is a motif which runs through most of the other topics as well. VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT THE HOLY SPIRIT IN LUKE-ACTS The Role of the Reader ACADEMISCH PROEFSCHRIFT ter verkrijging van de graad Doctor aan de Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, op gezag va.

The Work of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts. Max Turner. Article Type: Article. Publication Date: 4/1/ Issue: The Holy Spirit (Vol. 23, No 2, Spring, ) The majority opinion of present scholarship argues that the Spirit in Luke-Acts was granted to those already saved, an added blessing empowering believers for service and mission.

Thus, the baptism with the Holy Spirit was subsequent to conversion and their receiving the Holy Spirit as an indwelling presence and power within their lives. Now let us take a look at the Book of Acts to see if this interpretation is not born out by the subsequent events of believers and the filling, or the baptism, or the gift of the Holy.

A Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts Empowered for Witness: The Spirit in Luke-Acts Spirit and Kingdom in the Writings of Luke and .Acts 1 New International Version (NIV) Jesus Taken Up Into Heaven. 1 In my former book, Theophilus, I wrote about all that Jesus began to do and to teach 2 until the day he was taken up to heaven, after giving instructions through the Holy Spirit to the apostles he had chosen.

3 After his suffering, he presented himself to them and gave many convincing proofs that he was alive.the Holy Spirit. The promise of the Spirit is for all believers in all generations (Acts ).

Key words: missiology, pneumatology, Lukan missiology, Lukan pneumatology, Acts 2, Acts 1—2, power of the Spirit, Pentecost, crosscultural mission, the Spirit and mission A crucial theme at the heart of the Book of Acts is the Spirit empowering be.