10 edition of Exposition of the First epistle of Peter found in the catalog.
|Statement||Wilhelm Steiger ; translated by Patrick Fairbairn.|
|Series||The Biblical cabinet, or, Hermeneutical, exegetical, and philological library ;, v. XIII-XIV, Biblical cabinet, or, Hermeneutical, exegetical, and philological library ;, v. 13-14.|
|Contributions||Fairbairn, Patrick, 1805-1874.|
|LC Classifications||BS413 .B57 vol. 13-14|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||41030265|
Buy The First Epistle of Peter (New International Commentary on the New Testament) 2nd Revised by Davids, Peter H. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(8). The First Epistle of Peter, The New International Commentary. Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., This is a superb commentary by a young, rising evangelical scholar. Though up-to-date it is written in an easily understood manner. Kelly, J.N.D. A Commentary on the Epistle of Peter and Jude. Black's New Testament Commentary.
AUTHORSHIP A. Internal evidence for the Apostle Peter's authorship 1. specifically stated in 1 Pet. 2. allusions to the words and life experiences of Jesus and the Twelve a. examples taken from E. G. Selwyn's The First Epistle of St. Peter, (1) 1 Pet. – John (2) 1 Pet. – Luke ; Mark (3) 1 Pet. – Luke ff; Acts ff. The Commentary on The First Epistle of Peter. God has given to us a BOOK.. This BOOK is here to this very day for all of us to read, to believe and to obey.. In the language of the end times it is Authorized Version of , or any of its revisions [the King James Bible].
Introduction to 1 Peter AUTHOR. The apostle Peter, as stated in the salutation ().Internal evidence supports Peter as the author, for it was written by one who was "a witness of the sufferings of Christ" ().Early sources in church history that attribute this letter to Peter include Irenaeus ( A.D.), Clement of Alexandria ( A.D.), Tertullian ( A.D.), and Eusebius . Grudem's work on the Epistle of I Peter is a contribution to the Tyndale New Testament Commentaries, a popular series designed to help the general Bible reader understand clearly what the text actually says and what it means, without overdue dependence on /5(3).
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Tried by Fire: Expositions of the First Epistle of Peter/5(8). Exposition of the First Epistle of Peter: Considered in Reference to the Exposition of the First epistle of Peter book Wilhelm Steiger, Patrick FairbairnPages: Exposition of the First epistle of Peter: considered in reference to the whole system of divine truth by Steiger, Wilhelm, ; Fairbairn, Patrick, Pages: Peter's first letter to the early churches is a significant expression of New Testament theology and pastoral care, and Peter Davids seeks to combine these elements in The First Epistle to Peter [NICNT].
This volume explicates the letter to show how the early church applied Jesus' sayings and the Old Testament writings to contemporary : Wm. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
From the exposition of the oracles of the Lord. [The early Christians] called those who practised a godly guilelessness, children, [as is stated by Papias in the first book of the Lord's Expositions, and from the Epistle of Peter in like manner.
The inspired author was Peter the apostle (). The book is largely undisputed in authorship or canonicity.
Horne states: The genuineness and canonical authority of the first Epistle of Peter have never been disputed. It appears to be twice referred to by Clement of Rome; it is twelve times distinctly quoted.
Author and Date. The author identifies himself as the apostle Peter (), and the contents and character of the letter support his authorship (see notes on ; ; –2,5,13). Moreover, the letter reflects the history and terminology of the Gospels and Acts (notably Peter’s speeches).
INTRODUCTION. ITS GENUINENESS is attested by 2 Peter Also by POLYCARP (in EUSEBIUS [Ecclesiastical History, ]), who, in writing to the Philippians, quotes many passages: in the second chapter he quotes 1 Peter 1 Peter ; EUSEBIUS says of PAPIAS [Ecclesiastical History, ] that he, too, quotes Peter's First Epistle.
IRENÆUS. The First Epistle of Peter New International Commentary on the New Testament by Peter H. Davids. Get this book on Amazon using its exact ISBN. Reviews and Accolades: • D.A. Carson: a “best buy” on 1 Peter, “combines informed exegesis and probing theological reflection” • Craig Blomberg, etal: a “priority” commentary on 1 Peter.
references to “The Practical Commentary upon the First Epistle General of St. Peter; and, in perusing the Discourses, the reader will find many quotations from its pages. That very remarkable work teaches a singularly pure and complete theology — a theology thoroughly evangelical, in the.
The contents of the first epistle, reflecting impending persecutions, suggest a date shortly before the death of Peter. Peter appears to be in Rome (his arrival could hardly be before the middle fifties and some time must also be allowed for the extensive spread of Christianity suggested by the provinces in which the recipients of 1 Peter lived).
Go To 1 Peter Index. Title: The letter has always been identified (as are most general epistles, like James, John and Jude), with the name of the author, Peter. And with the notation that it was his first inspired letter.
Author – Date: The opening verse of the epistle claims it was written by Peter, who was clearly the leader among Christ’s apostles. Published by User, 11 years ago. This review will address three authors' work on Peter and Jude: Kistemaker, Schreiner, and Davids.
Kistemaker's commentary in the New Testament Commentary series begun by Hendriksen was published in Cited by: 1 Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ, To God’s elect, exiles scattered throughout the provinces of Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia and Bithynia, 2 who have been chosen according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, through the sanctifying work of the Spirit, to be obedient to Jesus Christ and sprinkled with his blood: Grace and peace be yours in abundance.
The First Epistle of Peter constitutes an important work of New Testament theology and pastoral care, serves as an example of how the early church applied Jesus sayings and the Old Testament writings to contemporary concerns, and presents some extremely useful perspectives on living the Christian life today/5.
THE FIRST LETTER OF PETER. This letter begins with an address by Peter to Christian communities located in five provinces of Asia Minor (), including areas evangelized by Paul (Acts –7; ).Christians there are encouraged to remain faithful to their standards of belief and conduct in spite of threats of persecution.
The First Epistle of Clement (Ancient Greek: Κλήμεντος πρὸς Κορινθίους, romanized: Klēmentos pros Korinthious, lit. 'Clement to Corinthians') is a letter addressed to the Christians in the city of letter was composed at some time between AD 70 and ADmost likely around It ranks with Didache as one of the earliest—if not the earliest—of extant.
1 Peter reminds suffering readers that they are God's chosen people, who like Abraham, are exiled. These Old Testament themes are repeated throughout the book. Poetic Song of Praise.
Peter praises God, who caused people to be born again into a new family with a living hope through Jesus' resurrection and the Spirit's power. A New Family Identity.Peter likely wrote his First Epistle between A.D.
62 and He wrote from “Babylon” (1 Peter ), probably a symbolic reference to Rome. It is generally accepted that Peter died during the reign of the Roman emperor Nero—likely after A.D.
64, when Nero began to persecute Christians (see Bible Dictionary, “Peter, Epistles of”).Dating the First Epistle of Peter is a difficult task for scholars.
One of the largest reasons for this is the question as to whether the persecution referred to in the epistle was a local persecution in Asia Minor, or a an empire-wide persecution. The way one dates the epistle often has direct connection to a person's stance on authorship.