KINGDOM PROLOGUE. GENESIS FOUNDATIONS. FOR A COVENANTAL WORLDVIEW. Meredith G. Kline. TWO AGE PRESS. of Kingdom Prologue where Kline writes, “On this subject see further my By Oath Consigned (), of which the present discussion is a resume involving. A friend of mine wrote to ask about Kingdom Prologue, by Meredith G. Kline. I am unfamiliar with Kline and ask that some of you who know.
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In fact, Kline teaches us to read Genesis as more int A wonderful treatment of Genesis and its foundational contribution to the Bible. Jan 09, Marcus rated it really liked it Shelves: He traces its kingom forward through redemptive history, as well as reading the Genesis account in the fullness of the light of Christ now revealed in the New Testament.
Jun 12, Scott Dalton rated it it was amazing. If you can hang in there, it will change your life!!! A difficult read, but an overall interesting bok on Covenant Theology. The lack of familiar graces reserves this book for people who are serious about learning covenental theology.
Kingdom Prologue: Genesis Foundations for a Covenantal Worldview
It’s an understatement to say that Meredith Kline’s Kllne Prologue is a work of immeasurably fantastic biblical theology and exegesis in the Reformed tradition. If you were to open the book and read one of Kline’s conclusions at random, you’d probably think it was a crazy eisegesis. Return to Book Page.
Oct 29, Henry Jin rated it really liked it Shelves: This was my second reading of this book, and it continues to amaze me. Mihai Sarbu rated it it was amazing Apr 14, It’s oline for general audiences because it’s not a book – it’s self-published lecture notes.
That’s not a real Klinism, but it’s hard to shake the sense kigdom somehow Kline’s writing here is the product of the era he came out of. The depth of Kline’s thought and pondering over Genesis is amazing. Keith Conley rated it it was amazing Dec 11, Kline’s ANE scholarship andPrincetonian biblical theology culminate in a biblical theological walkthrough of Genesis worthy of being re-read for years to come. Complicated, and contradictory 2K theology.
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And this is ostensibly a Genesis commentary! Paperbackpages. A brilliant picture of the foundations of God’s covenant that will color not only the readers view of Genesis, but of the entire Scriptures.
As also indicated by the subtitle, our biblical-theological commentary on Genesis is designed to uncover the foundations of God’s covenantally administered kingdom with its major historical developments and its institutional structures and functions.
Open Preview See a Problem? Chris Comis rated it liked it Feb 02, No trivia or quizzes yet. Like most reviews, I will agree and say that Kline is not the best write Substance: Meredith Kline is known for his difficult writing style, but this book is worth the work. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
An absolutely fantastic book. Timmy Dy rated it it was ok Feb 23, There are ‘whoa’ ideas and cosmic images in this beggar the trippy fantasies of the sixties and seventies – Herbert, Tolkien, etc. There were many, “Oh, wow!
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Nov 16, Jeff Fuller rated it liked it Shelves: Kingdom Prologue sounds like the beginning of an epic fantasy series. Trivia About Kingdom Prologue I will agree with ptologue the reviews – this was fantastic. Kline’s hyphenations snowball into an avalanche of double meaning, e. Jan 14, Ronnie Curfman rated it it was amazing. Hugenberger was mentored by Meredith Kline author of Kingdom Prologue.
It’s one eureka moment after another, accumulating until you start to sense the incredible precision and intentional nature of scripture – nothing is out of place, and God does indeed intend to make himself known.
Want to Read saving…. I think epic fantasy could use an infusion of Ancient Near-East suzerain-vassal treaty technical minutiae. After this book, I am not so sure Biblical studies needs it as much.
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The prose style can be obscure and mannerist. In fact, Kline teaches us to read Genesis as kibgdom integrally and intimately related to the rest of the biblical story than most of us are in the habit of doing. Andrew rated it it was amazing Nov 20, Kingdom Meredihh is a hard book to review.
This in no way detracts from the nature and place of Genesis as an Israelite composition belonging to the biblical Canon by virtue of its divine inspiration. Books by Meredith G. Eric Lazarian rated it it was amazing Oct 19, To ask other readers questions about Kingdom Prologueplease sign up.
Like most reviews, I will agree and say that Kline is not the best prologie That isn’t to say seminarians per se, but it’s not a light read.