The Significance of Slavery Motif in the Gospels

by Lockwood, Daniel R.;


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The Significance of Slavery Motif in the Gospels

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In the New Testament, figures drawn from common experience often communicate deep theological truth, depicting the vital relationship of the believer to Jesus Christ. However, there is one figure used throughout Scripture to describe the relationship of peoples to their Lord which for the most part is either minimized or ignored: the figure of master and slave. -From the Introduction Daniel R. Lockwood was president of Multnomah Bible College and Biblical Seminary. Under his guidance, the University blossomed into an accredited institution bursting with new programs, new buildings, and new teaching sites beyond its Portland campus. n

The Significance of Slavery Motif in the Gospels was published by Wipf and Stock in January 2018. The ISBN for The Significance of Slavery Motif in the Gospels is 9781532640759.

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PublisherWipf and Stock (January 2018)
ISBN9781532640759
ISBN-101532640757
Product Code4550661
Page last updated 7th June 2018
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