4 edition of The First Epistle of Peter found in the catalog.
The First Epistle of Peter
|Other titles||Bible. N.T. Peter. English. 1981, The Second Epistle of Peter|
|Statement||Benedikt Schwank ; [translated by Walter Kruppa]. The Second Epistle of Peter / Alois Stöger ; [translated by W. Jerman]|
|Series||New Testament for spiritual reading -- 22, New Testament for spiritual reading (New York, N.Y.) -- 22|
|Contributions||Stöger, Alois., Schwank, Benedikt.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 192 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||81068175|
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The First Epistle of Peter constitutes an important work of New Testament theology and pastoral care, serves as an example of how the early church applied Jesus' sayings and the old Testament writings to contemporary concerns, and presents some extremely useful perspectives on living the Christian life by: The First Epistle of Peter constitutes an important work of New Testament theology and pastoral care, serves as an example of how the early church applied Jesus sayings and the Old Testament writings to contemporary concerns, and presents some extremely useful perspectives on living the Christian life today/5.
The First Epistle of Peter Paperback – January 1, by C. B Cranfield (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating4/5(1). PETER, FIRST EPISTLE. Authorship. The author of the document in the NT designated 1 Peter is identified as “Peter, an apostle of Jesus” ().
This name occurs frequently in the gospels as the name of one of the twelve apostles. Traditionally and already in the ancient Church, this apostle has been considered the author of 1 Peter. The First Epistle Of Peter Introduction AUTHOR The apostle Peter, as stated in the salutation ().
Internal evidence supports Peter as the author, for it was written by one who was “a witness of the sufferings of Christ” (). Early sources in church history that attribute this letter to Peter include Irenaeus ( A.D.), Clement of.
(The first epistle to the Corinthians was written from Philippi by Stephanas and Fortunatus and Achaicus and Timotheus.) 2 Corinthians | View whole chapter | See verse in context The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Ghost, be with you all.
Amen. 1 Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ, To God’s elect, exiles scattered throughout the provinces of Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia and Bithynia, 2 who have been chosen according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, through the sanctifying work of the Spirit, to be obedient to Jesus Christ and sprinkled with his blood: Grace and peace be yours in abundance.
OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of Schwank's Der Erste Brief des Apostels Petrus and Stöger's Der Zweite Brief des Apostels Petrus. Spine title: The two Epistles of St. Peter. Peter likely wrote his First Epistle between A.D. 62 and He wrote from “Babylon” (1 Peter ), probably a symbolic reference to Rome.
It is generally accepted that Peter died during the reign of the Roman emperor Nero—likely after A.D. 64, when Nero began to persecute Christians (see Bible Dictionary, “Peter, Epistles of”). The book of 1. Peter (1 Peter) chapter 2 from the original KJV (King James Bible).
THE FIRST EPISTLE generall of Peter. One of the catholic or universal epistles, First Peter is a pastoral letter addressed to five early Churches emphasizing the "inexpressible and glorious joy" of salvation through Christ, and the call to Christian living.
PETER, THE FIRST EPISTLE OF. CANONICITY OF 1 PETER 1. External Evidence 2. Internal Evidence II. THE ADDRESS Silvanus III. PLACE AND TIME OF COMPOSITION 1. Babylon: Which. Babylon Not Rome IV.
DESIGN 1. Persecution 2. Example of Christ 3. Relation to State V. CHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF THE EPISTLE 1. Freedom in Structure 2. Hope. An excellent short commentary on 1 Peter (in the Tyndale series).
I thought the best part was the last 20 pages or so, where the author summarized the entire teaching of the epistle under the following headings/5. From the beginning, 1 Peter was recognized as authoritative and as the work of the apostle Peter.
The earliest reference to it may be 2Pe (see note there), where Peter himself refers to a former letter he had written. 1 Clement (a.d. 95) seems to indicate acquaintance with 1 Peter. Letters of Peter, two New Testament writings attributed to the foremost of Jesus’ 12 Apostles but perhaps written during the early 2nd century.
The first letter, addressed to persecuted Christians living in five regions of Asia Minor, exhorts the readers to emulate the suffering Christ in their. Get this from a library. The First epistle of Peter. [Carl J Södergren]. The First Epistle of Peter constitutes an important work of New Testament theology and pastoral care, serves as an example of how the early church applied Jesus' sayings and the Old Testament writings to contemporary concerns, and presents some extremely useful perspectives on living the Christian life today.
This commentary by Peter Davids does an excellent job of 5/5(1). The First Epistle of Peter constitutes an important work of New Testament theology and pastoral care, serves as an example of how the early church applied Jesus’ sayings and the Old Testament writings to contemporary concerns, and presents some extremely useful perspectives on living the Christian life : Wm.
Eerdmans Publishing Co. Dating the First Epistle of Peter is a difficult task for scholars. One of the largest reasons for this is the question as to whether the persecution referred to in the epistle was a local persecution in Asia Minor, or a an empire-wide persecution. The way one dates the epistle often has direct connection to a person's stance on authorship.
Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books eBook - FREE. Get this book in print The First Epistle General of Peter, Volume 17 George Wilfrid Blenkin Snippet view - The First Epistle General of PeterReviews: 1.
The Commentary on The First Epistle of Peter. God has given to us a BOOK. This BOOK is here to this very day for all of us to read, to believe and to obey. In the language of the end times it is Authorized Version ofor any of its revisions [the King James Bible]. The First Epistle of St.
Peter the Apostle The first Epistle of St. Peter, though brief, contains much doctrine concerning Faith, Hope, and Charity, with divers instructions to all persons of what state or condition soever. The Apostle commands submission to rulers and superiors and exhorts all to the practice of a virtuous life in imitation, of Christ.
Those whom Peter addressed needed these truths and the practical application. On the other hand there are many internal evidences which prove that none but Peter wrote this Epistle. It has been pointed out that there is a similarity between Peter's statements in the book of Acts and in this first Epistle.
The First Epistle of Peter constitutes an important work of New Testament theology and pastoral care, serves as an example of how the early church applied Jesus' sayings and the old Testament writings to contemporary concerns, and presents some extremely useful perspectives on living the Christian life today/5(7).
The second epistle of Peter is a brief letter of reminders for first-century Christians. Peter urges his readers to make every effort to grow in their faith, to remember that the promises of God (spoken by the prophets and apostles) are trustworthy, and to beware those who teach otherwise.
The First Epistle of Peter is a book in the New Testament of the Christian Bible generally attributed by the church to Peter when he was the Bishop of Rome.
The letter is generally dated around 60 CE - CE. The author describes himself as "Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ" (i.1). Few books of the New Testament are so well attested as this Epistle.
The external evidence for its authenticity is strong, and stronger than that for any other Catholic Epistle except 1 John.
It seems to be quoted in Didache, i The letter of Polycarp written about A.D. THE FIRST LETTER OF PETER. This letter begins with an address by Peter to Christian communities located in five provinces of Asia Minor (), including areas evangelized by Paul (Acts –7; ).Christians there are encouraged to remain faithful to their standards of belief and conduct in spite of threats of persecution.
1 Peter reminds suffering readers that they are God's chosen people, who like Abraham, are exiled. These Old Testament themes are repeated throughout the book. Poetic Song of Praise. Peter praises God, who caused people to be born again into a new family with a living hope through Jesus' resurrection and the Spirit's power.
A New Family Identity. The First epistle of Peter revised text, with introduction and commentary This book, "The First epistle of Peter," by Robert.
Johnstone, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible. The letter was written to those of mixed social status (slaves, and free men, ) F. The letter was written to those who had not physically seen Jesus () and who were probably new converts (; ) IV.
LITERARY FORM / UNITY: An Epistle. Peter is a letter written in normal epistle form. The First Epistle of Peter constitutes an important work of New Testament theology and pastoral care, serves as an example of how the early church applied Jesus’ sayings and the Old Testament writings to contemporary concerns, and presents some extremely useful perspectives on living the Christian life today.
The First Epistle of St. Peter. 2nd edition. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, reprint. This was the standard English commentary on the Greek text until recent years. Stibbs, Alan M. The First Epistle General of Peter, Tyndale New Testament Commentaries.
Grand Rapids: Wm. Eerdmans Publishing Company, The 1st Epistle of Peter - 1 Peter - From the Holy Bible - King James Version (KJV) - Authorised/Authorized Version - (Book 60) Please note we have slowed the speed of the original by 3%, so this.
Therefore James, having read the epistle, sent for the elders; and having read it to them, said: "Our Peter has strictly and becomingly charged us concerning the establishing of the truth, that we should not communicate the books of his preachings, which have been sent to us, to any one at random, but to one who is good and religious, and who.
An Introduction to the New Testament by Richard Heard Chapter The First Epistle of Peter. Authorship. The epistle is written in Peter’s name to the elect who are sojourners of the dispersion in Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bithynia () from Babylon () by the hand of Silvanus ().
The First Epistle of Peter is a book of the New Testament. The narrator presents himself as Peter the Apostle. This religion-related article is a stub. You can help Wikiquote.
An epistle would have been written on a scroll. Often, it was dictated and then reviewed by the author before being delivered by a trusted messenger. For example, 1 Peter mentions that it was Peter’s letter written down by Silvanus, or Silas (1 Peter ).
This is the holy book of 1 Peter, known as "The First Epistle General of Peter". The recording is dramatized, from the King James Bible. This is. The First Epistle of Peter. Peter Davids Book Details. Series: New Peter Davids' commentary has been somewhat overshadowed by the more recent work of Jobes, but it is still worth consulting.
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