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Union with Christ

John Calvin and the mysticism of St. Bernard

by Dennis E. Tamburello

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Published by Westminster John Knox Press in Louisville, Ky .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564.,
  • Bernard, of Clairvaux, Saint, 1090 or 91-1153.,
  • Bernard, of Clairvaux, Saint, 1090 or 91-1153 -- Influence.,
  • Mystical union -- History of doctrines -- 16th century.,
  • Mystical union -- History of doctrines -- Middle Ages, 600-1500.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 153-157) and indexes.

    StatementDennis E. Tamburello.
    SeriesColumbia series in Reformed theology
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT767.7 .T36 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 167 p. ;
    Number of Pages167
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1085450M
    ISBN 100664220541
    LC Control Number94009324

    Union with Christ in Paul’s Epistles by J.V. Fesko One of the most breath-taking passages of Scripture appears in the opening of Paul’s epistle to the Ephesians, where the Apostle literally starts at the very beginning when he writes, “In love he [that is, God] predestined us for adoption as sons through Jesus Christ” (–5). "Union with Christ begins with God's pretemporal decision to save his people in and through Jesus Christ. This union, further, is based on the redemptive work for his people which Christ did in history. Finally, this union is actually established with God's people after they have been born, continues throughout their lives, and has as its goal their eternal glorification in the life to .

      J. Todd Billings, Union with Christ: Reframing Theology and Ministry for the Church, Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, Todd Billings, Associate Professor of Reformed Theology at Western Theological Seminary, provides a very helpful book on an all too often neglected theological central premise of the text is that the motif of the Christian’s union with Christ . Rankin Wilbourne. Union with Christ: The Way to Know and Enjoy God. Colorado Springs: David C. Cook, pp. $, cloth. Protestant theologians have been hard at work retrieving the doctrine of union with Christ in recent years. Near the end of his Redemption: Accomplished and Applied (), John Murray makes the signal statement [ ].

    By understanding their union with Christ, Christians can understand their painful experiences as taking part in what Christ experienced. But Christians can also have sure hope for the end of suffering because of Jesus’s resurrection (–23). Hope is grounded in union with Christ. Two further aspects of the book are worth commenting on. Union with Christ is what we most need in order to know and enjoy God. “ This is simply the best book for laypeople on this subject. It is grounded in exegesis and theology and yet is lucid and supremely practical.


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He writes, “Union with Christ means that you are in Christ and Christ is in you”. This means that if I am in Christ, I have a new identity - I am hidden and secure. Further, if Christ is in me, the Spirit dwells within me – He gives me life and power to change/5().

Union with Christ is a book for all believers, but one that the serious student of the Bible would especially enjoy. In the simplest of terms, union with Christ means that you are in Christ and Christ is in you/5.

The subtitle of Todd Billings's "Union with Christ" is "Reframing Theology and Ministry for the Church." Billings stays true to this aim, carefully explaining the doctrine of union with Christ and then unpacking its ministry application/5.

Union with Christ resolves the apparent tension between shallow emotionalism and arid intellectualism. According to the author, it brings together the “highest theology and the deepest spirituality,” so that we can maintain balance in our understanding of who God is and Union with Christ book he relates to us in our daily experience.

Union With Christ We have just released a new Bible Study based on the book: Union with Christ, by Rankin Wilbourne These lessons are available on Amazon, as well as a part of my Good Questions Have Groups Talking Subscription Service.

Like Netflix for Bible Lessons, one low subscription gives you access to all our lessons–thousands of them. Remember, union with Christ means that when God looks at you, he sees your life hidden in Christ’s perfect life and perfect obedience. It is finished. Thank God. Charles Spurgeon once said, “There is no joy in this world like union with Christ.

The more we can feel it, the happier we are.” Union with Christ is the center of our salvation and our sanctification and central to all of our deepest joys in this life.

There are not a lot of books on the subject because union with Christ is hard to talk about. The writers of Scripture, even Jesus himself, resort to word pictures, similes, and metaphors to capture.

James S. Stewart wrote that “union with Christ, rather than justification or election or eschatology, or indeed any of the other great apostolic themes, is the real clue to an understanding of Paul’s thought and experience” (A Man in Christ [Harper & Bros., ], vii).

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Union with Christ (Books) Barrett, Michael P. "Union with Christ: The Security of the Gospel." In Complete in Him: A Guide Billings, J. Todd. Union with Christ: Reframing Theology and Ministry for the Church.

Calvin, Participation, and the Gift: The Activity of Believers in Union. been taken to the extreme, the central thesis of “union with Christ” is biblically documented and theologically orthodox. The first section of this book is an attempt to verify the legitimacy of the concept of “union with Christ,” while at the same time providing cautionary arguments to avoid the extremisms of pantheism and monism.

I am gratefulFile Size: 1MB. Union with Christ is something which I would claim to have known in bits and pieces, and therefore have knowingly experienced its benefits in only bits and pieces. This book brought those scattered bits and pieces into a coherent, well-articulated and illustrated whole/5().

Union with Christ is one of the central theological principles of the Christian faith. Its pervasive presence in the New Testament typically is indicated by the word in, a simple preposition with profound implications. Believers often are said to be in Christ: “If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation” (2 Cor.

).Author: Philip Ryken. Union with Christ [T] According to the New Testament, the religious experience of the earliest Christians was derived from and dependent upon Christ.

Christian experience is more than an imitation of the life and teaching of Jesus. It is the present experience of the risen Christ indwelling the believer's heart by the Spirit. With this book he shows all of us why union with Christ matters for our Christian lives and ministries and worship.

Drawing on contexts as diverse as sixteenth-century Europe and contemporary Africa, Billings explores a theme that takes us to the heart of the gospel in a way that enriches and corrects our faith, our understanding, and our practices.5/5(1).

Christianity Today Book Award Winner. Todd Billings recovers the biblical theme of union with Christ for today’s church, making a fresh contribution to the theological discussion with important applications for theology and ministry.

What does the cross teach us about how to live a full and flourishing life. This is the official site of Rankin Wilbourne, executive pastor of Pacific Crossroads Church and author of The Cross Before Me and Union with Christ.

Rankin Wilbourne, his wife Morgen, and their three children live in Los A. In systematic circles, books on union with Christ continue to surface (see, e.g., J.

Todd Billings, Union with Christ: Reframing Theology and Ministry for the Church [Grand Rapids: Baker, ]; Michael Horton, Covenant and Salvation: Union with Christ [Louisville: Westminster John Knox, ]; Robert Letham, Union with Christ: In Scripture.

Our union with Christ is often called a "personal relationship" d. We must beware of excessive individualism 2. Collective a. When we are united with Christ we are part of the collective whole of Christians b. Every Christian is a member of the Body of Christ, the Church c. We must beware of excessive corporateness and institutionalism.

IV. Union with Christ secures to the believer the continuously transforming and assimilating power of Christ's life,—first, for the soul; secondly, for the body,—consecrating it in the present, and in the future raising it up in the likeness of Christ's glorified body (Phil.

).Union with Christ. The theme of union with Christ occurs in numerous places in the New Testament, and is also pictured in the Old Testament.^[1]^ It is that union enjoyed by believers, individually and corporately, with the Lord is sometimes referred to as the unio mystica or mystic union, as its fact is established without understanding the mechanism.

Union with Christ is the first extensive work on the Christology of Swiss theologian Adolf Schlatter (). It offers fresh insights not only to readers interested in Adolf Schlatter's theology in particular, but also to students and professionals from the historical and dogmatic disciplines in : Wipf & Stock Publishers.