3 edition of Time and eternity and other biblical studies found in the catalog.
Time and eternity and other biblical studies
Arthur C. Custance
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Arthur C. Custance.|
|Series||His the doorway papers ; v. 6|
|LC Classifications||BS543.A1 C87 vol. 6, BS540 C87 vol. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||240 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||76046443|
Without Form and Void: A Study of the Meaning of Genesis , Second Edition $ Add to cart; Vol. VIII, The Doorway Papers Series: Science and Faith, Second Edition $ Add to cart; Vol. VI, The Doorway Papers Series: Time and Eternity and other Biblical Studies, Second Edition $ Add to cart; Vol. Eternity is a term used to express the concept of something that has no end and/or no beginning. God has no beginning or end. He is outside the realm of time. Eternity is not something that can be absolutely related to God. God is even beyond eternity. Scripture reveals that God lives outside the bounds of time as we know it.
This remarkable work offers an analytical exploration of the nature of divine eternity and God's relationship to time. "TIME AND ETERNITY offers a comprehensive discussion of the problems in the concepts of time and eternity on the basis of an extraordinary familiarity with a vast number of recent contributions to this issue from scientists and philosophers. When Time and Eternity Kiss is a boldly provocative and highly original new interpretation of the Bible--a page-turner for believers, seekers, skeptics, and secularists alike. By harmonizing the Bible with 21st c. quantum physics and the "Big Bang" theory, Maddox leads us into the labyrinth of God's mind.
“Olām and hence aiōn in the Biblical sense is time constituting the human temporal horizon.” 29 “Our study has led to the conclusion that infinity is not an intrinsic or necessary connotation of aiōn, either in the Greek or in the Biblical usage (‘olām).” 30 “To speak of ‘this aiōn’, its ‘end,’ and ‘the aiōn to come. Ellicott's Commentary on the Whole Bible. Matt. Everlasting punishment--life eternal. The two adjectives represent the same Greek word (aionion) aionios-- it must be admitted (1) that the Greek word which is rendered "eternal" does not, in itself, involve endlessness, but rather, duration, whether through an age or succession of ages, and that it is therefore applied in the N.T. to.
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Good: A book that has been read but is in good Rating: % positive. A Biblical word study on Time and Eternity in Bible Translating, showing how both Hebrew and Greek words that have been translated to mean eternal in most Bibles, never meant that in the original languages. Examines how this truth effects doctrines relating to Heaven, Hell and the afterlife.
TIME AND ETERNITY. A Biblical Study. By G.T. Stevenson. Non-copyrighted. INTRODUCTION. The apostle Paul, addressing a crowd of Athenian philosophers declared, ‘He (God) made also of one, every nation of men to dwell upon the face of the earth, marking out fitting opportunities and the bounds of their dwelling places, that they might be seeking God if after all (Concordant Version.
And by analogy, Eternity includes Time and yet is fundamentally something other. The reduction of Time until it gets smaller and smaller is still not Eternity.
Nor do we reach Eternity by an extension of Time to great length. There is no direct pathway between Time and Eternity. They are different categories of experience. (Doorway Paper No. The Bible is a message from one who dwells there, as incomprehensible as eternity itself, but none-the-less real and significant in our lives.
He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the hearts of men; yet they cannot fathom what God has done from beginning to end. (Ecclesiastes ).
The near-death experiences of millions should promote interest in the study of time and eternity. Subjective experiences of people in time should never be accepted as valid in relation to eternal realities. Christians must beware of a humanistic philosophy that makes human experiences the norm for judging reality.
Human philosophy denies that. 10). “Time” clearly does not relate to God and man in the same way. Eternity is endless, but time is measured by a “beginning” and an “end.” The Bible commences with these words: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth” (Gen.
A Biblical Study on Time and Eternity in Translating. WHENCE ETERNITY. In the late Alexander Thomason of Edinburgh published a series of articles in which he traced the process by which words derived from Latin came to be commonly employed in translating the Greek scriptures into English.
It was arrogant and haughty and presumptuous and even insulting. But, believe me, Malachi has some good answers from the Lord. And since they are the Lord’s answers, it is the Lord who has a sense of humor. I hope you enjoy this book because it is a great little book, by the way.
(McGee, J. Vernon. Thru the Bible Commentary, Vol. Malachi. Time and eternity Ecclesiastes Ecclesiastes contains a long list of activities which can happen either at the right time, or at a wrong time. God has arranged a right time for all these activities.
And people should study to know what is the right time. When such things happen at the right time. Time and Eternity: and Other Biblical Studies (Volume VI of The Doorway Papers) by Arthur C. Custance and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at We reject the latter because we could presumably cross the boundary and find space on the other side.
But the case with time is different because we cannot travel freely in time as in space. If time coexists with events, then an origin of time merely implies a beginning of the universe. The first moment of time is not a self-contradictory concept.
Series 60 Study 12 ARE YOU LIVING FOR TIME OR ETERNITY. HIGHLIGHTS IN HEBREWS by Francis Dixon (Key verses: Hebrews ) In these verses the writer refers to the old Jewish sacrifices offered upon the altar, but the bodies of the animals were taken outside the camp and burned. As we grow in our knowledge of Him we will grow spiritually.
Consequently, studying the books of the Bible is the ultimate way to discover Him (Jeremiah ). Doctrinal studies are important, but one's doctrine must always submit to the truth found in the Bible. May the Lord bless your study.
Old Testament Studies - Text, MP3, PDFs or. This is a very Catholic, 17th century point of view. For him it is all about preparing yourself for eternity and, in true Catholic style, how you fare in your eternal life depends on how you lived your time on earth.
It is really a book about the connection between your time on earth and eternity. A wonderful classic book on God, time and eternity is Nathan R. Wood, The Trinity in the a Canadian scientist who is also a remarkable Bible scholar and author of a series of biblical-scientific studies called Doorway Eternity Invades Time.
There are other references in Scripture that present this same phenomenon of the apparent eclipse. Time, it has been said, is what keeps everything from happening at once. When you think about it, this definition is probably as good as any, for it is notoriously difficult to provide an analysis of time which is not in the end circular.
The question before William Craig, however, concerns one aspect of time-God's relationship to it-and he tackles this difficult topic with the truth of Scripture.4/5(1). This is the culmination of over two decades of Craig's reflection on the nature of time and God's relationship to it.
The different philosophical aspects being raised in this book have been treated in other book length works of his (One on the A-theory of time, one on the B-theory, one on Philosophical interpretations of Relativity theory (as editor and contributor), one on the problem of Reviews: Time and Eternity deals with difficult issues in modern physics and brings them into relation with traditional theological doctrines.
Craig has done a great work, and it is marvelous that now the philosophy of religion is engaging with the philosophy of science to the great benefit of both.God is the 'high and lofty One who inhabits eternity',  declared the prophet Isaiah, but exactly how we are to understand the notion of eternity is not clear.
Traditionally, the Christian church has taken it to mean 'timeless'. But in his classic work on this subject, Oscar Cullmann has contended that the New Testament 'does not make a philosophical, qualitative distinction between time and.