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Conversion in the New Testament : Paul and the Twelve :  Paul and the Twelve - Richard Peace

Conversion in the New Testament : Paul and the Twelve

Paul and the Twelve

Paperback Published: October 1999
ISBN: 9780802842350
Number Of Pages: 416

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This inspiring look at conversion in the Bible offers promising new changes in the way we view-and do-evangelism today. In order to be effective in evangelism, one must clearly understand the dynamics of conversion. Richard Peace here examines two very different conversion experiences-Paul's and the twelve disciples'-and explains their implications for contemporary evangelism. By showing how conversion can take place either suddenly or gradually over time, Peace gives good reasons, and suggests practical ways, to replace one-sided evangelism techniques with more wholistic methods.

Forewordp. xi
Acknowledgmentsp. xiv
Introduction: What Do We Need to Know about Conversion?p. 1
Defining Conversionp. 5
Approaches to the Issuep. 7
Overviewp. 11
The Experience of St. Paul
The Event: The Core Pattern of Paul's Conversionp. 17
The Significance of Paul's Conversionp. 17
The Three Accounts of Paul's Conversionp. 20
The Core Pattern Definedp. 25
Call or Conversion?p. 27
Paul's Own Accounts of His Conversionp. 29
Insight: The Context of Conversionp. 37
Paul the Persecutorp. 38
A Shift in Assumptionsp. 52
Turning: Encounter with Jesusp. 56
A Vision of Jesusp. 56
The Turningp. 85
Transformation: The Emergence of New Lifep. 88
The Responsep. 89
The Commissionp. 94
The Continuityp. 98
Conclusionp. 99
The Experience of the Twelve
The Theme of Conversion in the Gospel of Mark: An Outline of the Gospelp. 105
The Structure of Mark's Gospelp. 110
A Thematic Outline of the Gospel of Markp. 113
An Analysis of the Structure of Markp. 126
The Organization of Each Unitp. 126
Transitions between Unitsp. 136
The Use of Parenthesesp. 146
The Use of Titlesp. 149
Another Outline: A Comparisonp. 151
Summary of the Structural Argumentp. 155
Jesus the Messiahp. 157
The Terms Defined: An Analysis of the Prologue (Mark 1:1-15)p. 157
Jesus the Teacher: An Analysis of Unit One (Mark 1:16-4:34)p. 163
Jesus the Prophet: An Analysis of Unit Two (Mark 4:34-6:30)p. 171
Jesus the Messiah: An Analysis of Unit Three (Mark 6:31-8:30)p. 179
Jesus the Son of Godp. 188
Jesus the Son of Man: An Analysis of Unit Four (Mark 8:31-10:45)p. 188
Jesus the Son of David: An Analysis of Unit Five (Mark 10:46-13:37)p. 197
Jesus the Son of God: An Analysis of Unit Six (Mark 14:1-15:39)p. 207
Summaryp. 215
Conversion Themes in Mark's Gospel: Response, Faith, Repentancep. 216
Conversion: The Theme Defined in the Prologue (Mark 1:1-15)p. 217
Responding to Jesus: An Analysis of Unit One (Mark 1:16-4:34)p. 223
Faith: An Analysis of Unit Two (Mark 4:35-6:30)p. 237
Repentance: An Analysis of Unit Three (Mark 6:31-8:30)p. 244
Conversion Themes in Mark's Gospel: Discipleshipp. 253
Following Jesus: An Analysis of Unit Four (Mark 8:31-10:45)p. 253
"Watch, Therefore": An Analysis of Units Five and Six (Mark 10:46-15:39)p. 269
The Conversion of the Twelve: A Summaryp. 279
Evangelism
Encounter Evangelism: A Critiquep. 285
Encounter-Oriented Evangelistic Activitiesp. 288
An Assessment of Encounter Evangelismp. 298
Process Evangelism: Theoryp. 309
Spiritual Pilgrimagep. 310
The Geography of Pilgrimagep. 311
A Model for Process Evangelismp. 319
Process Evangelism: Practicep. 330
An Overview of Process-Evangelism Activitiesp. 330
Small-Group Evangelismp. 334
Growth-Oriented Evangelismp. 336
The Spiritual Disciplinesp. 340
Worship Evangelismp. 343
Conclusionsp. 344
A Lexical Summary of Conversionp. 346
Selected Bibliographyp. 354
Biblical and Theological Studiesp. 354
Psychologyp. 372
Author Indexp. 381
Subject Indexp. 385
Scripture Indexp. 388
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ISBN: 9780802842350
ISBN-10: 0802842356
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 416
Published: October 1999
Publisher: William B Eerdmans Publishing Co
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 2.3
Weight (kg): 0.59