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by Samuel J. Schultz

eBook The Gospel of Moses ePub
Author: Samuel J. Schultz
Language: English
ISBN: 0060671327
ISBN13: 978-0060671327
Publisher: Harper & Row; 1st edition (1974)
Pages: 165
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 151
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ePub file: 1706 kb
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by Samuel J. Schultz. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780060671327.

Member board education Bethel College and Seminary, 1960-1965.

He makes selective use of the best and latest literature in Old Testament studies, and offers a balanced perspective. Schultz sifts the facts and follows them to their inevitable conclusions. Samuel Jacob Schultz, American clergyman, educator. Book the Living and Active Word of God dedicated in his honor, 1983. Member board education Bethel College and Seminary, 1960-1965.

Samuel J. Schultz is an emeritus professor of Bible and theology at Wheaton College. He is the author of The Prophets Speak: The Law of Love - The Essence of Israel's Religion, Deuteronomy: The Gospel of Love, The Gospel of Moses, Leviticus, and numerous articles on biblical subjects. One fee. Stacks of books.

Samuel Schultz Pro. Concept Artist.

The Book of Moses, dictated by Joseph Smith, is part of the scriptural canon for some in the Latter Day Saint movement. The book begins with the "Visions of Moses," a prologue to the story of the creation and the fall of man (Moses chapter. The book begins with the "Visions of Moses," a prologue to the story of the creation and the fall of man (Moses chapter 1), and continues with material corresponding to Smith's revision (JST) of the first six chapters of the Book of Genesis (Moses chapters 2–5, 8), interrupted by two chapters of "extracts from the prophecy of Enoch" (Moses chapters 6–7).

Find nearly any book by Samuel J Schultz. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Message of the Old Testament (Abridgment of "The Old Testament Speaks"). ISBN 9780060671358 (978-0-06-067135-8) Softcover, HarperCollins, 1986.

Michaels takes us with him deep into this Gospel’s story of Jesus, expertly probing the narrative, asking questions about it that we may not have thought of, and pointing out details .

Michaels takes us with him deep into this Gospel’s story of Jesus, expertly probing the narrative, asking questions about it that we may not have thought of, and pointing out details, nuances, and connections we may have missed, all the while ensuring we do not avoid the text’s larger, sometimes uncomfortable, truth claims.

ChallengeMine
A wonderful book and follow-up to his Old Testament Speaks Introduction. If you can find a copy, get it and internalize it. Great information and a good overview of why we can trust the Pentateuch as well as a great, broad summary of Israel's history from Egypt to post-exilic times.
Fiarynara
Expert and succinct with a negative adjective are rarely found. This is one case. Samuel Schultz's text books are the foundation of Old Testament survey classes in the best conservative seminaries around the globe. Yet he admits that he misunderstood Deuteronomy.
This book sets it right. It explains God's use of the Hittite Covenant of Suzerainty as the model for His work at Sinai. And much more. This short work should be on the bookshelf of every pastor, scholar and enthusiast (I refuse to think of myself a laity).
Whiteflame
I've read this twice and I'm sure a third reading will come down the road. Watch carefully for some of the subtle and brief comments which reveal a profound depth of understanding of Torah. Mr Schultz describes Deuteronomy as the most important book of the OT and does a good job of defending his position. He unfolds the God-man relationship in a way which corrects western traditional teachings regarding the legal code approach to Torah with a covenant obligation model. This is a must read for anyone wanting to get started on the right foot understanding the Bible.
Kifer
Excellent book.
Malahelm
Very good book for understanding the basic message of the Old Testament Scriptures.
Steelcaster
"From the dialogue between Jesus and the foremost learned leaders of Israel comes the most concise summary of the law and the prophets...[that] expresses the essence of the written bible available in His times...Jesus answered the inquiring scribe, "Do this and you shall have eternal life." S. Schultz

Book Contents:

One of the effective ways to have a primary perception of the author's agenda is to look through the logic of his persuasive sequence in book's ten chapters;

The message of the OT, Historic revelation, The Patriarchs, Genesis, Pentateuch and scholarship, God's people and promised land, Kingdom: Judges to kings, The prophets; Jonah to Isaiah: message to the apostate, Jeremiah to Malachi: Divine judgment and Promise, Gospel for this age: promise of redemption, Jesus disclosure of the law and grace, conclusion.

Approach and Theme:

After years of study, Samuel Schultz came to a conclusion that the book of Deuteronomy is the core of the Torah, and he delineates his approach to an integral understanding of the Old Testament, with the reader, as a record of a Divine relationship that comes to its climax in Jesus Christ.

Schultz elaborating on his previous volume, 'The Old Testament speaks', on the development of divine revelation from Moses to the prophets, unfolding the experience of faith as a history of salvation. While the exploring scholar, like Origen of the Hexapla, is entrenched in the continuity of revelation, admits that the OT itself is a reliable account of events, he accepts the inclusion in its literature of "legends, myth, fiction, and folklores?"

S. Schultz is not only a believing scholar who inquires into the composition of the Pentateuch, but interprets the essence of popular views of its dating, content, authorship starting with 18th century, to Wellhausen ingenuine JEDP hypothesis of four documents. He explains the historic revelation in the light of recent scholarship starting with Moses and genesis. After establishing that oral tradition prior to Davidic times was the common practice, in the Ancient Orient for transmission of information, concludes that the first five books are essentially the work of Moses.

The author concludes that the appeal to man is in the gospel of Moses as it is in the gospel of Jesus Christ. Obedience of the Law is a natural sequence in man's life when he loves God, Who offers His love and mercy to man today as ever.

Samuel J. Schultz:

Dr. Schultz is emeritus professor of Bible and theology at Wheaton College, IL. He is the author of many studies on the books of the Old Testament, its contemporary significance and theology: The Gospel of Love, The Old Testament Speaks, The Law of Love - The Essence of Israel's Religion, The Prophets Speak: Exploring the Old Testament, Deuteronomy: and numerous articles on biblical subjects.
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