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The Lectionary Commentary: Theological Exegesis for Sunday"s Texts, the Second Readings

Acts and the Epistles (Lectionary Commentary)

by Roger E. Van Harn

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Published by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion,
  • Preaching,
  • Criticism, interpretation, etc,
  • Religion - Commentaries / Reference,
  • Sermons - Christian,
  • Reference,
  • Bible - Commentaries - New Testament,
  • Common lectionary (1992),
  • Christian Ministry - Preaching,
  • Bible,
  • Homiletical use,
  • Lectionary preaching

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages667
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7904157M
    ISBN 100802847528
    ISBN 109780802847522

    The first verse of this book tells us that “the word of Yahweh came to Zephaniah, the son of Cushi, the son of Gedaliah, the son of Amariah, the son of Hezekiah, in the days of Josiah, the son of Amon, king of Judah” (). (ed.), The Lectionary Commentary: Theological Exegesis for Sunday’s Text. The First Readings: The Old.   A key addition to the critically acclaimed three-volume Lectionary Commentary. This rich volume stimulates and provides resources for preaching from and worshiping with the responsorial Psalms in the Revised Common than one hundred exegetical essays on these Psalms along with a bevy of creative liturgical suggestions will inspire pastors and worship leaders s: 1.

    The three-volume Lectionary Commentary gathers exegetical essays on biblical texts from the Revised Common Lectionary spanning the three-year liturgical cycle. Seventy-eight pastors, priests, and teachers from a variety of Christian traditions have contributed exegetical insights on the First, Second, and Gospel lections for the Sundays of the church year and for Christmas Day, Epiphany. The Lectionary Commentary: Theological Exegesis for Sunday's Texts Volume 2: The Second Readings: Acts and the Epistles Edited by Roger E. Van Harn Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. / / Trade Paperback.

    Biblical Commentary (Bible study) Matthew EXEGESIS: THE CONTEXT: John the Baptist took his place on stage just before Jesus' birth. John was born six months before Jesus. He was a kinsman of Jesus––a cousin, perhaps––or an uncle (Luke ). But John and Jesus were close in . Biblical Commentary Micah EXEGESIS: THE CONTEXT: The first verse of this book tells us that the word of Yahweh came to Micah "in the days of Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah." This was in the eighth century B.C. when Assyria was the reigning superpower. Assyria.


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The Lectionary Commentary: Theological Exegesis for Sunday"s Texts, the Second Readings by Roger E. Van Harn Download PDF EPUB FB2

The three-volume Lectionary Commentary gathers exegetical essays on biblical texts from the The Lectionary Commentary: Theological Exegesis for Sundays Texts Common Lectionary spanning the three-year liturgical cycle.

Seventy-eight pastors, priests, and teachers from a variety of Christian traditions have contributed exegetical insights on the First, Second, and Gospel lections for the Sundays of the church year and for Christmas /5(4). The Lectionary Commentary: Theological Exegesis for Sunday's Texts, The Second Readings: Acts and the Epistles Paperback – September 9, by Roger E.

Van Harn (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating5/5(1). While the three volumes are organized according to the First, Second, and Gospel lections for each Sunday, The Lectionary Commentary lists all texts in their canonical order.

This arrangement affirms the lectionary by identifying each reading according to its traditional place in the three-year cycle, but it also lends itself to other preaching patterns.5/5(2).

Get this from a library. The lectionary commentary: theological exegesis for Sunday's texts. [Roger Van Harn;]. Overview. An unprecedented, monumental work, the three-volume Lectionary Commentary offers superb exegetical essays on biblical texts from the Revised Common Lectionary spanning the three-year liturgical cycle.

Written by seventy-eight pastors, priests, and teachers from a variety of Christian traditions, these essays are meant primarily to serve as exegetical "jump starts" for busy.

This volume, The Second Readings: Acts and the Epistles, provides exegetical commentary on the lectionary readings for the final selections from Act and for all of the New Testament Epistles, from Romans to Revelation.

Also unique to this volume is an excellent essay by Colin E. Gunton on preaching from the Letters. The Lectionary Commentary: Theological Exegesis for Sunday's Texts: The First Readings, Old Testament and Acts by Roger E. Van Harn: Vol. 1: The Lectionary Commentary: Theological Exegesis for Sunday's Texts: The Second Readings, Acts and the Epistles by.

While the three volumes are organized according to the First, Second, and Gospel lections for each Sunday, The Lectionary Commentary lists all texts in their canonical order. This arrangement affirms the lectionary by identifying each reading according to its traditional place in the three-year cycle, but it also lends itself to other preaching patterns.5/5(2).

Saint Dominic contemplating the Scriptures Comments are designed as brief commentaries on the readings from the Revised Common Lectionary suitable for any adult who wants to understand the lessons for the week. Each lesson has a brief commentary, with a link to the biblical text, and a brief outline of the whole biblical book.

(resources to links indexed by scripture text) * WHAT IS HAPPENING WITH TEXTWEEK. Technical: Textweek was developed in the late 's using a version of Microsoft FrontPage, eventually combined with Cold Fusion. This is now software that is obsolete, not supported and probably soon will not be available to even use.

Time marches on. Designed to "jump start" the difficult task of sermon preparation, this indispensable three-volume work gathers exegetical essays on biblical texts from the Revised Common Lectionary. Covering every Sunday of the three-year liturgical cycle, as well as Christmas Day, Epiphany, and Ascension Day, the readings are arranged in canonical order so as to be of use to all preachers.

Each essay closely considers its specific biblical text and provides insightful theological reflection while remaining alert to our contemporary present volume, The Second Readings: Acts and the Epistles, covers the lectionary readings for the final selections from Acts and for all of the New Testament Epistles, from Romans to : Wm.

Eerdmans Publishing Co. • The second is scripture. Jesus quotes scripture in response to each of the three temptations. Campbell, Charles L., in Van Harn, Roger (ed.), The Lectionary Commentary: Theological Exegesis for Sunday’s Text.

The Third Readings: The Gospels. The readings for Thursday through Saturday prepare for the Sunday lessons, while the Monday through Wednesday readings reflect on the Sunday lessons.

(To be clear: these are not the Daily Office readings from the Book of Common Prayer.) New resource: A Sermon for Every Sunday offers lectionary based video sermons from a group of accomplished.

Preaching pastors, ministers, and priests know how quickly Sundays come and go. The Lectionary Commentary, Vol. 3 will not slow the pace of the weekly calendar, but it will help assure that sermon preparation begins with a solid engagement with Scripture.

This indispensable work gathers exegetical essays on biblical texts from the Revised Common L. You can also find the readings by looking for the "DAILY" link on the Sunday and Special Days scripture text pages. It is in the box on the right side of the screen. SLIDESHOW FORMATS: We offer PowerPoint and PDF slideshow files containing selected texts from each of the Sunday Lectionary readings along with reflective images.

Gaventa, Beverly Roberts, Abingdon New Testament Commentaries: The Acts of the Apostles (Nashville: Abingdon Press, ) Henrich, Sarah, in Van Harn, Roger (ed.), The Lectionary Commentary: Theological Exegesis for Sunday’s Text.

The First Readings: The Old Testament and Acts (Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., ). The Lectionary Commentary: Theological Exegesis for Sunday's Texts, the Second Readings: Acts and the Epistles: ISBN () Hardcover, Eerdmans Pub Co, The Lectionary Commentary: Theological Exegesis for Sunday's Texts (Set of 3 volumes).

First Reading, WisdomOur Liturgical Setting: As usual, a lector should start with a reading of the day's gospel passage, Matthew It contains a few more of Jesus' agricultural parables about the reign of God. The emphases on God's power over evildoers and non-believers, and God's forbearance, underlie the choice of first reading.

The Lectionary Commentary: Theological Exegesis for Sunday's Texts: the First Readings: The Old Testament and Acts, The Second Reading: Acts and the Epistles, and The Third Reading: The Gospels. 3 VOLUME SET BySeller Rating: % positive.

Preaching pastors, ministers, and priests know how quickly Sundays come and go. The Lectionary Commentary, Vol. 2 will not slow the pace of the weekly calendar, but it will help assure that sermon preparation begins with a solid engagement with Scripture.

This indispensable work gathers exegetical essays on biblical texts from the Revised Common L.Title: The Lectionary Commentary: Theological Exegesis for Sunday's Texts Volume The Third Readings: The Gospels By: Edited by Roger E.

Van Harn Format: Paperback Number of Pages: Vendor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. Publication Date: Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches) Weight: 2 pounds 1 ounce ISBN: ISBN Stock.Preaching pastors, ministers, and priests know how quickly Sundays come and go.

The Lectionary Commentary, Vol. 1 will not slow the pace of the weekly calendar, but it will help assure that sermon preparation begins with a solid engagement with Scripture. This indispensable work gathers exegetical essays on biblical texts from the Revised Common L.