The Son Who Learned Obedience

The Son Who Learned Obedience

This book offers a fresh perspective on the ongoing evangelical debate concerning whether the Son eternally submits to the Father.

Author: D. Glenn Butner Jr.

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781532641725

Category: Religion

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This book offers a fresh perspective on the ongoing evangelical debate concerning whether the Son eternally submits to the Father. Beginning with the pro-Nicene account of will being a property of the single divine nature, Glenn Butner explores how language of eternal submission requires a modification of the classical theology of the divine will. This modification has problematic consequences for Christology, various atonement theories, and the doctrine of God, because as historically developed these doctrines shared the pro-Nicene assumption of a single divine will. This new angle on an old debate challenges the reader to move beyond the inaccurate characterization of views on eternal submission as "Arian" or "feminist" toward a more accurate understanding of the real theological issues at stake.
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Listen Understand Obey

Listen  Understand  Obey

What the text does say is clear enough, and it is important: the Son learned
obedience. Third, the Son learned obedience through suffering (v. 8). The
learning (ἔμαθεν) comes via suffering (ἔπαθεν). The learning process is thus “in
the days of ...

Author: Caleb T. Friedeman

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781498278539

Category: Religion

Page: 208

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This volume brings together a diverse group of scholars, including biblical, systematic, and historical theologians, to honor Gareth Lee Cockerill, longtime professor of New Testament at Wesley Biblical Seminary (Jackson, MS) and distinguished scholar of the book of Hebrews. The essays focus on various aspects of Hebrews' theology, ranging from the nature of "rest" in Hebrews to the interpretation of Hebrews in early Methodism. Readers will find resources to hear and comprehend Hebrews afresh and will be challenged to draw near to the throne of grace with confidence (Heb 4:16).
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The Evangelical Repository

The Evangelical Repository

In the one case it teaches the soul what it is to sin , in the other what it is to obey .
Again , the suffering to be ... In the days of his flesh , though he were a son , yet
learned he obedience by the things which he suffered . ” “ The days of his flesh ...

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The Evangelical repository Vol 1 new

The Evangelical repository  Vol  1  new

... absolihings which do the inspired writer speaks of our Saviour as having "
learned obedience by the things which he suffered . " The particular obedience
referred to was a hard lesson ; - a very difficult lesson indeed . It was no child ' s
play .

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Evangelical Christendom

Evangelical Christendom

Jesus , we are told , though he was a Son , sibly enter into . Even His mother
could not yet learned obedience by the things which He cross the threshold of it ,
as appears from the suffered . ( Heb . v . 8 . ) Obedience does not way in which
He ...

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ISBN: NYPL:33433068199912

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Daily Bread and Other Sermons

Daily Bread  and Other Sermons

Though He were a Son , yet learned He obedience by the things which He
suffered . ” “ Though He were a Son . ” It is not , then , a mere necessity , a blind
fate , an unsympathizing decree ; nor yet , however benevolent and wise , that
new god ...

Author: Joseph Welland

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ISBN: OXFORD:591039147

Category: Sermons

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The History of the Passion and Resurrection of Our Lord

The History of the Passion and Resurrection of Our Lord

8 that “ He learned obedience by the things which He suffered ” ( ệualev å $ ' v
čtradev TVv útakonu ) . The author himself shares in the feeling of surprise which
this sentence is fitted to occasion . It is of the Son that this statement is made .

Author: Franz Ludwig Steinmeyer

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ISBN: HARVARD:AH42W6

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Page: 398

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Worship in the Letter to the Hebrews

Worship in the Letter to the Hebrews

the scriptural voice of God (Ps 2:7) declared, “Son of mine are you” (5:5; cf. ...
That Jesus, as a Son of God, learned from the things he suffered obedience to
God thus implies that he is able to help the audience learn obedience to God
from the ...

Author: John Paul Heil

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781621899075

Category: Religion

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This book seeks a more comprehensive understanding and appreciation for the Letter to the Hebrews by examining it from the viewpoint of its prominent theme of worship. It aims to demonstrate the topic of worship in all of its rich and varied dimensions provides the major concern and thrust that embraces Hebrews from start to finish. The author of Hebrews encourages his audience to hold on to the letter he has written to them as "the word of the encouragement" (Heb 13:22). In a very carefully concerted and masterfully artistic way, the letter persistently encourages the members of its audience with regard to their worship. Indeed, Hebrews was intended to be presented orally in a public performance as a liturgical or homiletic letter, an act of worship in itself, heard by its audience gathered together as a worshiping assembly. Hebrews exhorts the members of its audience not only with regard to their liturgical worship in which they engage during their communal gatherings, but also with regard to their ethical or moral worship in which they engage by the way they conduct themselves outside of their communal gatherings. This close examination of Hebrews through the lens of worship is intended to inform and enrich the worship of Christians today. Hebrews presents important and unique points about worship not found in any other New Testament writing. The goal is to illustrate and illuminate these points for the benefit of those who desire to deepen their worship as Christians by deepening their understanding of the magnificent literary masterpiece that the poetically lively letter to the Hebrews articulates for all Christians.
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Expository Notes with Practical Observations on the New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ

Expository Notes  with Practical Observations on the New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ

... or 8 Though he were a Son , yet tendered : and that is , obedience : He bethe
condition upon which it is offered and learned he obedience by the things came
the author of eternal salvation to them which he suffered : that obey him . Quest .

Author: William Burkitt

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ISBN: CHI:58815097

Category: Bible

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The Son of His Love

The Son of His Love

become a son. When the son obeys, his obedience is that of a son, and not of a
servant. The Son Learned Obedience The teaching of scripture concerning our
Lord is that He, the Son, at His incarnation came into the place of subjection or ...

Author: William J. Hocking

Publisher: Irving Risch

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Category: Religion

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Chapter 1. — Introductory Remarks: coming forth from the Father; with Appendix A. Chapter 2. — The Father's Love Chapter 3. — The Beloved of the Father Chapter 4. — Loved and in the Glory of Sonship before the World's Foundation Chapter 5. — The only-begotten Son of God Chapter 6. — The Word with God: the Only-begotten with the Father; with Appendix B. Chapter 7. — Jehovah saluting his Son Chapter 8. — New Testament use of the Second Psalm Chapter 9. — Image and Firstborn One; with Appendix C. Chapter 10. — The Firstborn Chapter 11. — The Fullness of the Godhead Chapter 12. — The Father's Audible Witness to the Son Chapter 13. — The Son, Himself God and Jehovah, as God's Spokesman; with Appendix D. Chapter 14. — Before the Foundation of the World and before the Ages of Time Chapter 15. — The Manifestation in the Son Chapter 16. — Concluding Remarks: Sonship and Service
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The Work of the Holy Spirit

The Work of the Holy Spirit

... became obedient unto death , even the death of the cross " ; " Who , tho He
were a Son , yet learned He obedience . " And to give highest proof of this
obedience unto death , He inwardly consecrated Himself to death , as He Himself
testified ...

Author: Abraham Kuyper

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ISBN: NYPL:33433068243074

Category: Holy Spirit

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The footsteps of Christ tr by A E Rodham ed by C H H Wright

The footsteps of Christ  tr  by A E  Rodham  ed  by C H H  Wright

As the Son of God Jesus Christ gave commandment in heaven ; as the Son of
man He yielded obedience on earth . As God He knew not what obedience was ,
but He learned it as man ; as it is written , “ Though He were a Son , yet learned
He ...

Author: Andreas Juergen C. Caspers

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ISBN: OXFORD:600098688

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The fatherhood of God Cunningham lectures

The fatherhood of God  Cunningham lectures

The Son learning Obedience by Suffering . “ Though he were a Son , yet learned
he obedience by the things which he suffered ; and being made perfect , he
became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him . ” — Heb . v .

Author: Robert Smith Candlish

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ISBN: OXFORD:590200324

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The Fatherhood of God Being the first course of the Cunningham Lectures delivered before the New College Edinburgh in March 1864

The Fatherhood of God  Being the first course of the Cunningham Lectures delivered before the New College  Edinburgh  in March 1864

How could he in that condition have in any proper sense learned obedience ? He
would have been holy , no doubt ; holiness immaculate and inviolable , stainless
and serene , would have characterised his whole moral being . But it could ...

Author: Robert Smith CANDLISH

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ISBN: BL:A0023487530

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The Fatherhood of God

The Fatherhood of God

The Son learning Obedience by Suffering . “ Though he were a Son , yet learned
he obedience by the things which he suffered ; and being made perfect , he
became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him . ” — Heb . v .

Author: Robert Smith Candlish

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ISBN: COLUMBIA:CR59987227

Category: God

Page: 389

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Commentary on the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Hebrews

Commentary on the Epistle of Paul  the Apostle  to the Hebrews

Though he were a Son , yet learned he obedience by the things which he
suffered . Peshito : And though he was a Son , yet , from the fear and sufferings
he endured , he learned obedience . A scholar on examining the Greek text will
soon see ...

Author: William Swan Plumer

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ISBN: COLUMBIA:CR60060506

Category: Bible

Page: 559

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The fatherhood of God Cunningham lectures With

The fatherhood of God  Cunningham lectures   With

How could he in that condition have in any proper sense learned obedience ? He
would have been holy , no doubt ; holiness immaculate and inviolable , stainless
and serene , would have characterised his whole moral being . But it could ...

Author: Robert Smith Candlish

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ISBN: OXFORD:600095027

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An Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews

An Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews

The way or means of his learning obedience is lastly expressed : ' Ap ' y éta0 , - "
From the things which he suffered . ” It is a usual saying , Nadhuara , jidhuara , —
“ Sufferings ” ' Ap ' as Prabs . ( or “ corrections " ) are instructions . " And we ...

Author: John Owen

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ISBN: IOWA:31858033627336

Category: Bible

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Trinitarian Self and Salvation

Trinitarian Self and Salvation

Hebrews 5:8 is particularly striking: “Although he was a Son, he learned
obedience through what he suffered.”61 The entailment of this obedience is set
forth immediately in Heb 5:9: “and having been made perfect, he became the
source of ...

Author: Scott D. Harrower

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781621894421

Category: Religion

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In 1967 Karl Rahner famously wrote: "The economic Trinity is the immanent Trinity, and vice versa." From that time onwards, Rahner's Rule has become the norm for conceiving the relationship between the Trinity in the economy of salvation and God's eternal inner life. Evangelical theologians currently employ Rahner's Rule in a variety of ways. One of the most popular is the "Strict Realist Reading" whereby trinitarian relationships in salvation history are taken to mirror eternal relationships within God. This book brings this norm into conversation with the witness of Scripture in order to assess its viability. In doing so, it highlights troubling issues that arise from the application of the Strict Realist Reading of Rahner's Rule to the narrative of Luke-Acts. This book suggests that the Strict Realist Reading can be shown to be a questionable basis for our doctrine of God's inner life.
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