Covenant of peace : the missing peace in New Testament theology and ethics / Willard M. Swartley.

By: Swartley, Willard M, 1936-
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : William B. Eerdmans Pub., c2006Description: xviii, 542 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 0802829376 (pbk. : alk. paper)Subject(s): Bible N.T -- Theology | Peace -- Biblical teaching | Christian ethics -- Biblical teachingLOC classification: BS2397 | .S93 2006
Contents:
Jesus and peace : the Gospel of the reign of God -- Shalom and Eirēnē in Hebrew Scripture, the greco-Roman world, and the New Testament -- Matthew : Emmanuel, power for peacemaking -- Mark : Gospel of the way, crucified Messiah -- Luke : Gospel of joy, peace, and praise -- Acts : God's strategies for peace in the church -- Jesus makes the covenant of peace (retrospect and prospect) -- Paul's peace interpretation of Jesus Christ -- Paul : victory over evil, including the principalities and powers -- Hebrews, James, and 1 Peter : peace commitment tested -- The Johannine corpus : conflictual ethos and alternative community as foundation for peace -- Peace and mission in John's Gospel : Jesus and the Samaritan woman -- Revelation : nonviolent victory! faithfully persevere in prayer, praise, and worship -- Discipleship and imitation of Jesus the suffering servant : the mimesis of new creation -- God's moral character as the basis for human ethics : foundational convictions -- New Testament peacemaking in the service of moral formation -- Summary and conclusion: reflections and direction -- Appendix 1: Analysis of important contributions to New Testament theology and ethics -- Appendix 2: Peter Stuhlmacher's twelve theses on peace in the New Testament.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 475-506) and indexes.

Jesus and peace : the Gospel of the reign of God -- Shalom and Eirēnē in Hebrew Scripture, the greco-Roman world, and the New Testament -- Matthew : Emmanuel, power for peacemaking -- Mark : Gospel of the way, crucified Messiah -- Luke : Gospel of joy, peace, and praise -- Acts : God's strategies for peace in the church -- Jesus makes the covenant of peace (retrospect and prospect) -- Paul's peace interpretation of Jesus Christ -- Paul : victory over evil, including the principalities and powers -- Hebrews, James, and 1 Peter : peace commitment tested -- The Johannine corpus : conflictual ethos and alternative community as foundation for peace -- Peace and mission in John's Gospel : Jesus and the Samaritan woman -- Revelation : nonviolent victory! faithfully persevere in prayer, praise, and worship -- Discipleship and imitation of Jesus the suffering servant : the mimesis of new creation -- God's moral character as the basis for human ethics : foundational convictions -- New Testament peacemaking in the service of moral formation -- Summary and conclusion: reflections and direction -- Appendix 1: Analysis of important contributions to New Testament theology and ethics -- Appendix 2: Peter Stuhlmacher's twelve theses on peace in the New Testament.

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