Naming the Powers: The Language of Power in the New Testament, Volume 1

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Fortress Press - Religion - 181 pages
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'The pages of this book represent the quest of a man intent on discerning the nature of structural evil in light of the biblical evidence. His experience of living for a time in Latin American and witnessing extensive social and political oppression appears to have moved him profoundly. The end result is a book that is a model of the attempt to integrate scholarship with faith.'--Clinton E. Arnold, Catalyst
 

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User Review  - deusvitae - LibraryThing

The beginning of at least a three part exploration into "the powers". The author spends his time in this first edition setting forth the situation, exploring lexical data and usage, discussing ... Read full review

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User Review  - jd234512 - LibraryThing

This book was excellent in starting the Powers Trilogy by beginning to set the stage for a biblical understanding of the powers and their implications then and now(whether earthly or spiritual; good ... Read full review

Contents

IV
3
V
6
VI
13
VII
15
VIII
17
IX
18
X
20
XI
21
XXV
77
XXVI
82
XXVII
84
XXVIII
89
XXIX
97
XXX
99
XXXI
103
XXXII
104

XII
22
XIII
23
XIV
26
XV
37
XVI
39
XVII
40
XVIII
45
XIX
47
XX
50
XXI
55
XXII
60
XXIII
64
XXIV
67
XXXIII
113
XXXIV
118
XXXV
131
XXXVI
140
XXXVII
149
XXXVIII
151
XXXIX
157
XL
159
XLI
164
XLII
166
XLIII
168
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