By Bock, Darrell L.; Zuck, Roy B
"A Biblical Theology of the recent testomony supplies clean perception and realizing to theological self-discipline. students from Dallas theological Seminary mix to create this significant quantity edited by means of Roy B. Zuck. every one contributor appears at divine revelation because it looks chronologically within the New testomony canon, permitting you to witness God's fact because it opened up in the course of the decades"--Jacket.
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The extrapolation, therefore, is that the ordinances of the Old Testament, although valid for Israel, do not apply to Jesus and His disciples. While that may in fact be a valid induction in theory, the practice which Jesus recommended, at least in this instance, is submission to a precept of the law. This was in order not to offend the Jews, those to whom both Jesus and His disciples were seeking to minister. Matthew's view on the matter may, therefore, be that although the particular ordinances of the law are not matters of obligation for Jesus and His followers, in order to maintain a relationship with Jews and the opportunity for ministry which that affords, the law should be observed.
Yet some sense of spatial significance is suggested as well by the subsequent phrase, "everywhere in his dominion" (v. 22). Thus both aspects of the word may be relevant in a particular passage, though one sense may predominate in any given instance. There is also a temporal duality associated with the use of the word in the Old and New Testaments. Usually the kingdom of God is spoken of as a present reality. According to the psalmist, for example, "All you have made will praise you, 0 Lord; your saints will extol you.
If one asks how or in what sense Jesus is present with His disciples, the answer would seem to be that it is by means of the Holy Spirit. Here then is another illustration of the ministry of the Spirit in pointing to Christ. Though physically absent, Jesus is present by means of the Spirit, who bears witness to Him and continues to extend ministry to others in His behalf. THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN/GOD Before noting what Matthew wrote about "the kingdom of heaven," or "the kingdom of God," some consideration needs to be given to the meaning of the terms themselves.
A biblical theology of the New Testament by Bock, Darrell L.; Zuck, Roy B