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Letters to the Thessalonians
The good news about Jesus that the apostle Paul had brought to teh Thesalonians was making a difference in their lives, but Paul wanted their relationship with God to grow even deeper. That"s why he wrote the two letters we know as the Epistles to the Thessalonians. Illustrated with stories of life in our world today, Jon Paulien leads readers step by step, passage by passage, showing how we, too, can have a deeper relationahip with Gopd, one that will prepare us for Jesus" second coming.
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Aug 04, · 1 Thessalonians’ role in the Bible. First Thessalonians is the eighth of Paul’s johnsonout.com the 27 New Testament books, Paul wrote Nine of these . Publisher's Description. In this commentary Gene Green reads Paul's two letters to the Thessalonians in light of the canon of Scripture and of new knowledge about the first-century world of Thessalonica.
Apr 25, · [See commentaries on 2 Thessalonians in the Bible Gateway Store] [See other Blog posts in the Letters to the Church series] Paul’s Second Letter to the Thessalonians. Start reading it here: 2 Thessalonians 1. When was it written? Around A.D. 51, not long after Paul’s first letter to the Thessalonians. To whom was it written? Jan 02, · Author: 1 Thessalonians indicates that the Book of 1 Thessalonians was written by the apostle Paul, probably along with Silas and Timothy. Date of Writing: The Book of 1 Thessalonians was written in approximately A.D. Purpose of Writing: In the church of Thessalonica there were some misunderstandings about the return of Christ. Paul desired to clear them up in his letter.
Mar 07, · The historical context of Paul's epistles to the Thessalonians is found in Acts This narrative recounts Paul's work in the city of Thessalonica during his second missionary journey. While there he spoke in the synagogue, persuading some Jews and even more God-fearing Gentiles that Jesus was the promised Messiah. There are a number of helpful commentaries on the Thessalonian epistles Author: Keith Mathison. Get this from a library! The letters to the Thessalonians. [Gene L Green] -- "In this commentary Gene Green reads Paul's two letters to the Thessalonians in light of the canon of Scripture and of new knowledge about the first-century world of Thessalonica. This fruitful.
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Feb 27, · Letters of Paul to the Thessalonians, two New Testament letters written by Paul from Corinth, Greece, about ad 50 and addressed to the Christian community he had founded in Macedonia. The first letter was written after Timothy, his co-worker, returned from Thessalonia to report that the new.
Summary. Two letters that Paul wrote to the church in Thessalonica are preserved in the New Testament. The first letter — 1 Thessalonians — was written to a community of believers who had been Christians for only a short period of time, probably no more than a few months.
The First Epistle to the Thessalonians, commonly referred to as First Thessalonians or 1 Thessalonians, is a Pauline epistle of the New Testament of the Christian johnsonout.com epistle is attributed to Paul the Apostle, and is addressed to the church in Thessalonica, in modern-day johnsonout.com is likely the first of Paul's letters, probably written by the end of AD 52 (however, some scholars believe.
"The Letters to the Thessalonians" is a volume in the Pillar Series of commentaries. The Pillar New Testament Commentary Series is intended to help pastors with preaching and teaching. Thus application is emphasized, as is meta-narrative (unity within a book, among the works of a particular Biblical author, and unity within the Cannon as a whole).Cited by: 1 Thessalonians "And now, dear brothers and sisters, we want you to know what will happen to the believers who have died so you will not grieve like people who have no hope.
For since we believe that Jesus died and was raised to life again, we also believe that when Jesus returns, God will bring back with him the believers who have died.". Jul 20, · "Paul's Letters to the Thessalonians" is a concise commentary on two of Paul's Letters to the Thessalonians book epistles.
Even though eschatology is a prominent theme in 1 and 2 Thessalonians, this book makes the complicated simple in a "common sense" approach to the Scripture.5/5(2). The letters (called epistles) from Paul to Thessalonica, which included I Thessalonians and II Thessalonians were probably two of the earliest letters Paul had written which was around A.D.
50 or Check out this summary and commentary and the book of I Thessalonians. The good news about Jesus that the Apostle Paul had brought to the Thessalonians was making a difference in their lives, but Paul wanted their relationship with God to grow even deeper.
That’s why he wrote the two letters we know as the Epistles to the Thessalonians. The Second Epistle to the Thessalonians, commonly referred to as Second Thessalonians or 2 Thessalonians is a book from the New Testament of the Christian Bible. It is traditionally attributed to Paul the Apostle, with Timothy as a co-author.
Brief Summary 1. The Thessalonian letters provide tremendous insight into Paul as both missionary and pastor. We find him establishing a church in a brief time and continuing to pray and be concerned about its growth, development, and ministry.
Nov 18, · Paul is the author of the Book of 1st Thessalonians as he begins “Paul, Silvanus, and Timothy, To the church of the Thessalonians in God the Father and. Jan 01, · The Letters to the Thessalonians book.
Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this commentary Gene Green reads Paul's two lett 4/5. In this commentary Gene Green reads Paul's two letters to the Thessalonians in light of the canon of Scripture and of new knowledge about the first-century world of Thessalonica.
This fruitful approach helps illuminate the impact of the gospel on its original readers and, in turn, shows how potent a force it can be for the church and society today.5/5(1).
THE FIRST LETTER TO THE THESSALONIANS. When Paul parted from Barnabas (Acts –41) at the beginning of what is called his second missionary journey, he chose Silvanus (Silas) as his traveling johnsonout.com afterwards he took Timothy along with him (Acts –3).Paul was now clearly at the head of his own missionary band.
Mining new knowledge about the first-century world of Thessalonica, Gene Green in The Letters to Thessalonians [PNTC] offers a masterful analysis of two of Paul's earliest epistles. His comprehensive study of the people, their history, socio-economic conditions, and religious beliefs illuminates his careful verse-by-verse commentary, providing you with an in-depth look at what these pastorally 5/5(1).
Far and away the largest theological contribution of both 1 and 2 Thessalonians lies in what they say about eschatology. Over a quarter of 1 Thessalonians and nearly half of 2 Thessalonians deal with problems and issues regarding the parousia or coming of Christ from heaven.
The clear consensus for the best commentary on the two letters to the Thessalonians is Green’s commentary from the PNTC series.
Because 2 Thessalonians contains a very difficult and much disputed text (2 Thess. ), few people are going to agree with one commentator all the way/5(11). Compared to such difficult and fire-fighting letters like Corinthians and Galatians, the first epistle to Thessalonians would have been such a delightful encouragement for Paul to write.
Dec 26, · A small group of manual laborers responded positively to his message, resulting in the formation of a church. After spending less than three months with his converts, Paul left the city for southern Greece, ending up in Corinth, from where he wrote two letters to the Thessalonians four months or so after he had left them.
The Letters to the Thessalonians book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Saint Paul's earliest two letters, 1 and 2 Thessalonians, 4/5. Letters of Paul to the Thessalonians, the Book of Thessalonians, “were two New Testament letters written by Paul from Corinth, Greece, about AD and addressed to the Christian community he had founded in Macedonia.” Many scholars believe that.Paul wrote 1 Thessalonians and sent it to the church.
Historical allusions in the book fit Paul’s life as recounted in (see Purpose), the subject of eschatology (doctrine of last things) seems to be predominant in both Thessalonian letters.
Every chapter of 1 Thessalonians ends with a reference to the second coming of Christ.Feb 13, · 2 Thessalonians’ role in the Bible.
Second Thessalonians is the ninth of Paul’s johnsonout.com the 27 New Testament books, Paul wrote Nine of these book are letters to local churches (like the one in Thessalonica).