1 edition of Lives of the 12 apostles found in the catalog.
1874 in Boston .
Written in English
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|Pagination||232 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||232|
Written by a believer, but properly skeptical about the legends that sprang up, the book goes through each of the Twelve and then wraps up with a discussion of five other notable apostles: John Mark, Barnabas, Luke, Lazarus, and Paul. Lives of the 12 apostles book parallels the accounts of Mark and Luke, but Matthew implies that the men have also abandoned their father since he is present in the boat they abandon behind themand Carter feels this should be interpreted to mean that Matthew's view of Jesus is one of a figure rejecting the traditional patriarchal structure of society, where the father had command over his children; most scholars, however, just interpret it to mean that Matthew intended these two to be seen as even more devoted than the other pair,[ citation needed ] or that Jesus expected the imminent coming of the kingdom. Ruffin examines the status and motives of Judas and what made him a traitor to Christ. His death is recorded in Acts, and took place in 41 A. If you are wishing to learn more about the Apostles lives, this book is a good place to start.
A few details about each of the original twelve apostles follows, in the order that Luke lists them. I rate this book five stars because it felt as thoroughly researched as a text book, yet read more like a fascinating story. Mr Ruffin however presents a wide range of sources from historical doucuments to simple legend to present a profile of each apostle that includes thier strengths and weakness' but most importantly their faith. I initially had qualms about this book.
This occurred only hours after the Last Supper, where Peter had insisted that he would die rather than deny his Lord. Bartholomew was naturally surprised that Jesus seemed to know him, but his surprise turned to amazement when Jesus informed him that he had seen him sitting under the fig tree just a few minutes earlier, something Jesus could not have known by any natural means. This ecclesiastical meaning of the word was later translated into Latin as missiothe source of the English " missionary ". Either way, he was open-minded enough to go and see for himself. It was vital and alive and fully capable of applying the timeless principles of God to a changing world. Their Judas is simultaneously an object of condemnation and also illumination.
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Just as with a physical lens, the spiritual lens of Scripture enables us to see clearly what we could not see clearly on our own.
John mentioned that Judas stole from the money bag regularly in John "He did not say this because he cared about the poor but because he was a thief; as keeper of the money bag, he used to help himself to what was put into it.
For each figure, McBirnie relates a bit of what the New Testament says, what later Gospels and church fathers report, and what traditions are known. They Lives of the 12 apostles book gone fishing, but had not caught anything.
The early Church did not see Jesus as just its founder; it saw Him as the living Head of the Church, actively guiding their decisions and blessing their efforts.
Surveys have shown Lives of the 12 apostles book professing Christians have virtually the same sexual morality as their non-Christians peers. He was also responsible for introducing another of the apostles, Bartholomew, to Jesus.
Their Judas is simultaneously an object of condemnation and also illumination. This is an excellent book for any Christian esp. It is thought that he labored in Rome about the time that Paul was imprisoned there in 66 A.
When Jesus told his disciples that he was leaving them and going to the Father, he reassured them that they need not worry because they also knew the way to the Father. However, if the disciples made it all up, each of them allowed himself to be executed -- for what they knew to be a lie.
Russian, 14th century, Moscow Museum. There are slight variations in the names and in the order, but they are usually understood to refer to the same twelve individuals. The Traditions handed down by communities can having something to say and to illuminate the darkness of these periods but placing rubbish like this in the centre of a reflection and speaking of it as though it were, if you'll pardon the expression, Gospel is quite frankly ridiculous.
Early on I came across one bit of sloppy narrative, which did not engender confidence. As others have pointed out, the author, who according to the book jacket writes for Our Sunday Visitor, which apparently is a Catholic juvenile newsletter, occasionally peppers the text with Catholic interpretations.
Simon is believed to have preached in Persia later on, where he was eventually martyred. One senses that they were afraid to ask! Thomas was instrumental in the conversion of Prince Abgar the Black.
Ruffin has Peter telling the Sanhedrin about an angel releasing the Twelve from prison and telling them to return preaching in the temple p The prose is excellent, making this a very easy-to-read book.
Yet neither of them is a member of the Twelve. Fact based with some extrapolation of thought and supposition based on realistic thinking and reasoning. It is a good resource for comparing the non-protestant view, but I would not use it without Lives of the 12 apostles book resource, such as "The Search Lives of the 12 apostles book the Twelve Apostles," et al.
The author explores all that it is known from history, tradition and legend that is relevant to the facts about the lives of the Apostles.Get this from a library!
The twelve apostles: their lives and acts. [Marianna Mayer] -- Profiles the individual apostles, including Judas and his replacement Matthias, describing their lives, deeds, symbols, and Biblical references. be hard-pressed to name all twelve of the original apostles, impeded in part by the fact that at least two apostles have different names in different New Testament books.
Also, many Christians would be hard-pressed to separate Church tradition and legend concerning the apostles from what is actually contained in the New Testament.
Get this book in print. Lives of the Twelve Apostles: With Explanatory Notes feel followed give Gospel Greek hands hear heart heaven holy instructions James Jerusalem Jesus Christ Jewish Jews John Judas kingdom Less lives Lord manner Mark Mary Master Matthew means mentioned mind mother natural never NOTES observed occasion once opinion.Each of the four listings of apostles in the New Pdf (Mark –19, Matthew –4, Luke –16, and Acts ) indicate that all the apostles were men.
The canonical gospels and the book of Acts give varying names of the Twelve Apostles.Mar 01, · _The Twelve: The Lives of the Apostles After Calvary_ is an interesting book by a Catholic author, C. Bernard Ruffin. It catalogues the lives, travels and evangelical exploits of the twelve apostles from the New Testament, the writings of the Fathers and various apocryphal historical novels.5/5(4).The twelve apostles, ebook twelve companions of Jesus were ebook as the twelve followers, disciples or apostles.
A disciple is one who is learning under the leadership of another person (his teacher). However, the bible interpretation of disciple is beyond a mere learner; it extends to being an advocate of the instructor’s doctrines.