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The strange silence of the Bible in the church

a study in hermeneutics

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Published by The Westminister Press in Philadelphia, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible -- Hermeneutics.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James D. Smart.
    ContributionsSmart, James D.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS"476"S63
    The Physical Object
    Pagination186 p.
    Number of Pages186
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21135218M
    ISBN 100664248942
    LC Control Number72-118323
    OCLC/WorldCa95385

    lynne hybels and her strange god of silence (Lynne Hybels is the wife of Senior Pastor Bill Hybels of Willow Creek Community Church) This post is a commentary on excerpts from Lynne Hybels' booklet “Enough.”. Strange Silence of the Bible in the Church by Smart, James D A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions.


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Forty-five years after his book was published, Smart's words still ring true: " the fading of the Scriptures from the consciousness of the church weakens and then ruptures the continuity of the church of today with the church in which it had its origin, so that it no longer remembers the word that called it into being or the purpose that alone justifies its by: 9.

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Smart] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(4). The author finds that the Bible is suffering from great neglect in the Protestant church and believes that this situation underlies all the other crises now endangering the church's future.

This development is all the more alarming since it has taken place at the very time when Biblical scholarship has been expanding at an unprecedented rate. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

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Journal Home; Browse JournalAuthor: Neely Dixon McCarter. As the title of a book I read in seminary put it, there is a “strange silence” of the Bible in the church, and among Christians. Dallas Willard called this the “ Great Omission.” He said that we ignore that part of the “ Great Commission ” (Matthew ) where Jesus called us to “ make disciples ” by “teaching everything that He commanded.”.

Biblical Authority and the "Silence" of the Scriptures: Does it Allow or Disallow. by Jefferson David Tant. For hundreds of years, believers in the Bible have discussed the question of “the silence of the Scriptures.” Does silence indicate a lack of authority, and thus whatever is not specifically condemned is permissible.

The Strange Silence of the Bible in the Church by James D Smart,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6). Silence» Of Christ» Silence encouraged, upon the disciples by Christ. Then He warned the disciples that they should tell no one that He was the Christ.

And Jesus said to him, "See that you tell no one; but go, show yourself to the priest and present the offering that Moses commanded, as a The strange silence of the Bible in the church book to them.". out of 5 stars Strange Silence of the Bible in the church Reviewed in the United States on Decem This was the first of James Smart's books I read.

And then realized that there were at least two more earlier books that I had immediate interest in/5. James D. Smart is the author of Teaching Ministry of the Church ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Strange Silence of the Bible /5. Smart, James D.The strange silence of the Bible in the church; a study in hermeneutics, by James D.

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What does the church of Christ teach about the Silence of Scripture. What does the Bible say about the Silence of Scripture. John 21 Jesus saith unto her, Woman, believe me, the hour cometh, when ye shall neither in this mountain, nor yet at Jerusalem, worship the Father.

Note: This article is designed to be a more thorough, detailed, and in-depth presentation of the case for respecting Bible silence, and it also includes a response to common objections received against each proof-text.

If you are new to this subject, please consider first reading our more gentle introduction to the topic, An Introduction to Bible Silence. The growing silence of the Scriptures --Hermeneutics and homiletics --The reopening of the hermeneutical question --The interpretative context --The permission of ignorance --The theological significance of historical criticism --The reinterpretation of authority --The relation between history and revelation --The widening of the gap --The problem of demythologizing.

Get this from a library. The strange silence of the Bible in church: a study in hermeneutics. [James D Smart]. This Strange and Sacred Scripture: Wrestling with the Old Testament and Its Oddities “This Strange and Sacred Scripture,” published by Baker Academic, is a provocative new book that deals with some of the difficulties of the Old is also available at Amazon USA / UK.

Anyone interested in the Old Testament, especially those difficult. The Silence of the Scriptures by: Dalton Gilreath.

The silence of the scriptures has reference to anything the Bible does not directly reference as wrong. In other words, there is no text specifically forbidding a particular action. For example, the New Testament does not expressly forbid the use of instruments of music.

10 strange verses in the Bible. looked at the allegory, symbolism, metaphors and basic church concepts of the bible, and after all this I find that this could in no way be a holy book.

It’s said that Jesus died for our sins, and when last I is evil and with that in ’s start here. The whole book is strange and. This is a strange article about a strange book creating a strange world. But its very strangeness is a life-and-death matter.

Introduction Let’s begin by noting a short exchange between Jesus and his disciples recorded by Luke: The apostles said to the Lord, “Increase our faith!” And the Lord said, “If you had faith like.

That with respect to the commands and ordinances of our Lord Jesus Christ, where the Scriptures are silent as to the express time or manner of performance, if any such there be, no human authority has power to interfere, in order to supply the supposed deficiency by making laws for the Church; nor can anything more be required of Christians in such cases, but only that they so.

Psalm My soul, wait in silence for God only, For my hope is from Him. He only is my rock and my salvation, My stronghold; I shall not be shaken.

Be silent and be still in the presence of the Lord. Zephaniah Stand in silence in the presence of the Sovereign LORD, for the awesome day of the LORD’s judgment is near.

The LORD. If a practice is not in the Bible, how do you know God will be pleased by it. The second principle is that all good works are revealed in the Scriptures - 2 TimothyIf a practice is a good work that God wants us to do, then you can find it included in the scriptures.

This video looks at the Great Bible of Henry VIII published inand it shows how the Tyndale translations were copied into the Coverdale and Matthew Bibles to end up making a uniquely.

Abel based his action on what God said, while Cain appealed to God's silence. Nadab and Abihu presumptuously offered "strange fire;" that is, fire which the Lord had not commanded them (Leviticus ).

They burned incense in their censers, not with the perpetual fire of the altar (Leviticus ; ), but with fire from some other source. The Years Of Silence & The Apocrypha books of the Catholic Bible) Originally, when applied to writings, the term denoted that their content was either not to be made available to the general public or else was obscure and difficult to understand.

The term "apocrypha" subsequently came to be used in various ways in the church. In its File Size: 83KB. Exploring My Strange Bible is Tim Mackie's personal podcast, produced by The Bible Project. It’s an anthology of Tim’s lectures, sermons, and classroom teachings, collected over the last 10 years.

They’ve been brought together to help you take a deeper dive into the Scriptures and the language and history of the Bible. There were tons of books written about Jesus in the early days of Christianity, but many aren't in the Bible. Why is that.

Was there an attempt to suppress the truth on the part of the Church. Are. In this book, I try to find and remain on middle ground when ap-proaching the Old Testament’s problems. It’s not easy. I have sought, on the one hand, to arm the sacred status of the Old Testament, as the church has done for centuries.

I refuse to give up on the Bible, no matter how problematic it may be. I t’s kind of an open secret that most Christians haven’t read the Bible.

Despite polls showing that 92% of Americans agree with the statement “Every word in the Bible is as true as the Bible, and also this poll wasn’t just made up by a guy who needed a quote for his lede,” most people have literally no idea what the Bible actually says.

PDF Books In addition to our two popular monthly journals, Apologetics Press also publishes numerous books, tracts, research articles, article reprints, video tapes, audio tapes, and other items.

Every two years we produce a new catalog in both print and electronic editions. Some claim that it is inconsistent to affirm that silence is prohibitive (thus excluding instruments in worship), while at the same time affirming that such things as baptisteries, public address systems, song books, and PowerPoint projectors, about which the Bible.

Alfred T. DeGroot, The Restoration Principle, Bethany Press, notes that: "This is why Thomas Campbell could say: "The New Testament is as perfect a constitution for the worship, discipline, and government of the New Testament church, and as a perfect a rule for particular duties of its members, as the Old Testament was for the worship, discipline, and government.

Join us in exploring, “The Strange Tale of Simon the Magician.” [Announcer] Join our host, Gary Petty and his guests, as they help you understand your future on Beyond Today. [Gary] Years ago, I had a long conversation with a prominent member of a mainstream Christian church.

He claimed that Jesus freed him from having to obey any biblical law. The R-Rated Bible 5. Killing All That Breathes: Violence in the Old Testament 6. Male and Female God Created Them: Gender and the Old Testament 7. God Commands Us to Do What. The Strange Laws of the Bible 8.

Is the Law Engraved in Stone. The Dynamic Nature of God’s Law 9. Truth Is Many Sided Drowning in Tears and Raging at God The Bible is a compilation of 66 books and letters written by more than 40 authors during a period of approximately 1, years.

Its original text was communicated in just three languages: Hebrew, koine or common Greek, and Aramaic.

The Old Testament was written for the most part in Hebrew, with a small percentage in Aramaic. The New Testament was written in Greek.

Expository sermon by Walter L. Gardner, Jr. Associate Minister of the Newark Church of Christ, Dr. Eugene Lawton Sr. Minister. This sermon addresses the statement "We Speak where the Bible Speaks.Church of Canada, for the time being at least, to a pattern found also in the Church of England and the Anglican Church of Australia, in which the traditional rites of the Church coexist with contemporary and alternative rites.

This Book of Alternative Services is therefore not a new Book of Common Prayer and does not replace it. "[Karl] Rahner calls the Bible the 'Church's Book' in that it stems from the origin of the Church, was canonized in the Church, and serves as a concrete norm for the Church." (Buller: The Theology of Karl Rah In other words, one cannot completely justify separating the Bible from Church tradition and authority.