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Adam in the New Testament : mere teaching model or first historical man?

Autore: J P Versteeg
Editore: Phillipsburg, N.J. : P&R Pub., 2012.
Edizione/Formato:   book_printbook : English : 2nd ed
Banca dati:WorldCat
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"One challenge to biblical authority is our understanding of Adam. Freshly translated, this acknowledged modern classic defends the historic church position that all human beings descend from Adam as the first human being. Given the recent debates about the existence of Adam, this vigorous defense of historical Adam is relevant now as it was when first published in Dutch. The exegetical and theological issues remain  Per saperne di più…
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Persona incaricata: Adam, (Biblical figure); Adam, (Biblical figure)
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: J P Versteeg
ISBN: 9781596385221 1596385227
Numero OCLC: 804144383
Descrizione: xxv, 67 p. ; 22 cm.
Contenuti: The concept "teaching model" --
The data of Romans 5:12-21 --
Other New Testament data --
Rabbinic references to Adam --
A distance between intention and significance? --
Consequences.
Altri titoli: Is Adam in het Nieuwe Testament een "leermodel"?
Responsabilità: J.P. Versteeg ; translated by Richard B. Gaffin, Jr.

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"One challenge to biblical authority is our understanding of Adam. Freshly translated, this acknowledged modern classic defends the historic church position that all human beings descend from Adam as the first human being. Given the recent debates about the existence of Adam, this vigorous defense of historical Adam is relevant now as it was when first published in Dutch. The exegetical and theological issues remain the same today. Versteeg shows with vigor and cogency that the New Testament's teaching requires a historical Adam, and his defense deserves the attention of all who are interested in the question." -- Publisher description.

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