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The Use Of Joel 3 With Universal, Salvific, And Pneumatic Emphases In Rom 10:13, 1 Cor1:2, Titus 3:6, Acts 10:45 &16:10

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This chapter covers the universalistic application of Joel’s Nachleben in the New Testament. In so doing its function toward resignification is all the more confirmed. The NT has universalized the place of worship so that it is no longer tied to just one mountain in Jerusalem (Joel 3:5). The name of the Lord is to be called upon in every place (both theirs and ours - 1 Cor 1:2). Sacrifice and altar building are no longer required, but faith-righteousness confessing Jesus is κύριος" (Rom 10:6, 9, 13). The chapter also shows the transformation that has taken place within Christianity to apply a personality to Yahweh’s Spirit. The Holy Spirit now appears, according to the promise of the Father, to be granted to both Jew and Gentile (Acts 10). The Spirit is the motivating power behind the pneumatic evangelization of the Gentiles, as seen in both Acts 10 and 16:10.

Keywords: Acts; Christianity; Jerusalem; Joel’s Nachleben; New Testament; Yahweh’s Spirit



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