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Christ in eternity and time

modern Anglican perspectives

by Niall Coll

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Published by Four Courts in Dublin, Portland, OR .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jesus Christ -- Pre-existence.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 194-204) and index.

    StatementNiall Coll ; with a foreword by John Macquarrie.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT202 .C637 2001
    The Physical Object
    Pagination208 p. ;
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4018059M
    ISBN 101851825991
    LC Control Number2001391118
    OCLC/WorldCa46695035

      God inhabits eternity, and the longest that human thought can conceive is but as a speck of time to Him. Let this inspire us with very high and honorable thoughts of the God with whom we have to do. Furthermore, the Bible teaches that the eternal God has placed the concept of eternity in the mind of finite human beings. ETERNITY! by J. C. Ryle () "What is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal." (2 Corinthians ) A subject stands out on the face of this text which is one of the most solemn and heart searching in the Bible. That subject is eternity. The subject is one of which the wisest man can only take in a little at a time.

    We can have no doubt, that one of the things that made Christ willing to suffer was a proper view of eternity. Christ always lived with the thought of the end in mind. In fact, throughout the gospels Christ sought to prepare Peter and the rest of the disciples for sufferings that . The book might better have been called Christ and History, for it contains no theory of time, and it is unclear whether or not he thinks that God is eternal. Cullmann makes a sound observation when he remarks that the Scripture nowhere discusses time and eternity in any philosophical manner.

      The following material is excerpted from Randy Alcorn’s book Heaven: A number of books suggest that our existence in Heaven will be without space or time. One book describes Heaven as “a mode of existence where space and time are meaningless concepts.”[1] Is that true?   God, History, Time and Eternity Posted on J by Dr. Steven R. Cook Before the mountains were born or You gave birth to the earth and the world, even from everlasting to everlasting, You are God.


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Cassidy shows that Barth seeks a rapprochement between eternity and time, which is overcome by Jesus Christ. There is today a Christ in eternity and time book in interest in the Author: James J.

Cassidy. As the latest in his series of ground-breaking books, Time and Eternity summarizes and extends Craig's previous technical arguments and conveys them to a more general audience.

It is a must-read for anyone seriously interested in the problem of time and eternity in Christian by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction: pre-existence under fire --Lionel Thornton's interpretation of Christ's pre-existence --Eric L.

Mascall's interpretation of Christ's pre-existence --John A.T. Robinson's interpretation of Christ's pre-existence --John Macquarrie's interpretation of Christ's pre-existence --Critical. The Eternal Son is the unqualified personality-absolute, that divine being who stands throughout all time and eternity as the perfect revelation of the personal nature of God.

The Infinite Spirit is the conjoint personality, the unique personal consequence of the everlasting Father-Son union. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Show the ART Podcast Bright Side After Dark DynaPsych Radio Alexey Mirnoff's Podcast James E.

Farmer Elementary School Military History Verbalized Critical Family Pages: It is really a book about the connection between your time on earth and eternity, which comes down to ethics. Some of the meditations on the temporal and the eternal show up in James Joyce’s Ulysses, because the Catholic clergy kept referring to him in their sermons.

The passage does not say that the Lamb was foreordained to be slain before the foundation of the world, but it says He was actually slain then. Surely it means that the cross was an eternal event, taking place both in time and eternity.

In time, it is long past; in eternity, it forever occurs. The intrinsic nature of Jesus Christ is eternally the same: (1) in the form of God, (2) in the form of a servant, and (3) in another (glorified) form.

The intrinsic godlike nature of the Christian is the same in time and in eternity, but there will be a change in his form. Time is from beginning to end. While it has a beginning and an end, we can rejoice with the fact that time is just an event in eternity. God exists in eternity. There is eternity because God exists.

In the first chapter of the book of John, we can find these words: "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. Jesus Christ, Priesthood Messianic Titles, High Priest Christ, The High Priest In Order Of Rank Names And Titles For Christ Christ, Names For Forerunners where Jesus has entered as a forerunner for us, having become a high priest forever according to the order of Melchizedek.

1 Eternity And Time Must Be Distinguished. 2 Distinction Between Eternity And Time Is Illustrated. 3 God’s Eternal Purpose Is Executed In Time. 4 The Eternal God Adapted Man For Time. 5 Man In Time Has Eternity In His Heart. 6 The Certainty Of Eternity And The Uncertainty Of Time Are Contrasted.

God's Time For Us: Barth's Reconciliation of Eternity and Time in Jesus Christ - eBook () by James J. Cassidy Hear about sales, receive special offers & more. You can unsubscribe at any : Ebook.

The NOOK Book (eBook) of the God's Time For Us: Barth's Reconciliation of Eternity and Time in Jesus Christ by James J. Cassidy at Barnes & Pages: What Christ in the Eucharist teaches us about time and eternity.

Terrance Klein What Christ in the Eucharist teaches us about time and eternity. books, retreats, and much more. It is interesting that the Apostle John, in the Book of the Revelation, provided what are evidently the only Bible verses on this subject. Firstly, we deal with the question about time in Heaven.

Revelation comments: “And when he had opened the seventh seal, there. God's time and place are not confined to our finite sense of time and place - From the perspective of His eternity, Jesus could promise the thief on the cross immediate entrance into heaven.

But from the finite human perspective, there would be a time gap since the resurrection of Jesus came "three days" later -- and since the bodily resurrection of believers would still be a future event. The celebration in A.D. of Christ’s birthday (if Christ has not yet come and it occurs) will be indistinguishable from and probably confused with the many other celebrations to be held at the same time, thus sacrificing the uniqueness of Christ and the true meaning of His coming into the world (see TBC 6/95, 9/95 and 12/95).

For example. Christmas is not an event within history but is rather the invasion of time by eternity. (Hans Urs Von Balthasar) Eternity Is Not Linear. From our point of view, the Infant Jesus was born in a moment in history more than 2, years : Melanie Jean Juneau. A paradox concerning the nature of time and eternity is the possibility that neither heaven nor hell are yet populated-all believers reach heaven at the same "time." The dying thief, Stephen the first martyr, the Apostle John-and all the rest of us-may arrive in heaven at precisely the same "instant.".

Chapter five: Eternity is Not Time The Bible is emphatically a Book sent by God to help man in his life in this world. It must of necessity be a Book of time and for time, otherwise it would not comfort us in our sorrows, nor teach us the way of forgiveness of sins and the way of victory over the things of time.

And change from time to eternity. A dial true is the Book divine, Its hands approach with a certainty The tolling point in the death of time, The solemn change to eternity. Oh, joyful day to the faithful soul Who walks with Christ in His purity!

Life’s battle fought and the vict’ry won, He shouts from time to eternity.As you know, last Lord’s day we finished our study of the book of Titus. What a wonderful and rewarding time that was. And I have found myself this summer preaching in a lot of different places aroun.

Certain things Christ said of Himself, either in formal declaration, or incidentally, reveal His self-existence, as apart from His relationship, either to God or to man. In certain passages He spoke out of an eternal consciousness. Almost all the great declarations of Christ revealing His eternal consciousness, and concerning His relationship to God, are found in the Gospel according to John.