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Uma das maiores figuras da filosofia antiga. Trata-se do pai adotivo, Antonino Pio, sucessor de Adriano como imperador, de a Outro perfil seu se encontra no Livro VI, n. Previne a ti mesmo ao amanhecer: "Vou encontrar um intrometido, um mal-agradecido, um insolente, um astucioso, um invejoso, um avaro". Em terceiro lugar, enfim, o guia. Tudo dela dimana. Rebaixa-te, minha alma, rebaixa-te! Em todos os teus atos, ditos e pensamentos, procede como se houvesses de deixar a vida dentro de pouco. Como tudo desaparece depressa! Como entra o homem em contato com a divindade? A alma do homem a si mesma desonra sobretudo quando se torna, tanto quanto dela depende, um apostema e um como tumor do mundo.

Cada vez mais pessoas vivem sozi- cada vez mais esvaziado e em que compra- nhas. Como e de felicidade. Nosso senso ela gera. Como a economia rigos que a psique humana evoluiu. Uma boa quantidade dessas qua- sas escolhas foram corretas. Como conseguiremos fazer isso? Entretanto, se pudermos de fato se mudado. Temos medo de tocar a ser mais racionais e menos apreensivos. In line with the focus on separation, two sliding scale questions invited respondents to reflect on the changes in society over the last 50 year and how the Church of the Nazarene has responded to those.

Significant differences were evident between the frames with slight differences by generation. On the social change question, the gap between the frames for each generation comes in at 12 points placing them either side of the midpoint.

When looking at how the Church of the Nazarene responds to social issues, there was no difference between Millennial and Boomer Bounded respondents who came in slightly positive.

Boomer Permeable folks were somewhat more negative and Millennial Permeable respondents another six points below that. The other two sliding scale questions addressed a balance between evangelism and social ministry; the Permeable frame wound up above the middle and the Bounded frame below ranging points below the Permeable respondents. Another question dealt with universalism which seems to current in some young evangelical circles.

While all respondents were on the side of the scale that deals with Christian exclusivity, there is still a sizeable gap as much as 27 points for the Boomers.

Another point of interest is examining how people see diversity of thought within a denomination. While there were four options presented, responses centered on just two: listening to the critique in an attempt to improve or explaining to the individual why they need to support the denomination. The overwhelming majority of the Permeable frame took the first option, while a slight majority of the Boomer Bounded frame people took the second.

Another important distinction between the frames involves biblical hermeneutics. Rather than asking what the respondents believe about the Bible as most polls do, I asked how respondents go about interpreting scripture. In this particular regard, the Boomer Permeable and the Millennial Bounded are almost the same, again suggesting a frame and generation interaction.

Of particular interest to the denomination is the question of what these differing frames mean for the future.

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One pair of question directly explored issues of identity and future. Respondents were asked how important it was for people to know that they were affiliated with the church. They were also asked how important it was for them to remain Nazarene. This may be more of a function of community-based congregations with less of a denominational label. When asked if it was important to remain Nazarene, the overwhelming majority of all four groups identified with the denomination going forward.

Respondents were asked to gauge their perception of support the Church of the Nazarene provides to them. Support was evaluated at the congregational level, the district level, and the general church level. All four groups show substantial support from their local congregation.

At the district level, the perception of support falls markedly for both Permeable groups. The support for Boomer Bounded respondents is strongest, which makes sense both in terms of their longevity and structural commitments. When it comes to support from the general church leadership, this fall off yet again. This is not surprising, as individual clergy may feel somewhat far removed from the Global Ministries Center.

The two Permeable groups perceive less support but further interviews would be necessary to determine if that were based on the assumption of difference of perspective than actual isolation. Even though the vast majority of respondents wished to remain Nazarene over the long haul, they were given the option to identify factors that might cause them to leave.

Since Boomers are likely not going anywhere soon, this particular analysis only focused on the Millennials. Very few of them felt that they would leave because they lacked voice. Much more important, especially for the Millennial Permeable frame, were the earlier issue of responding to social issues which were undefined , a concern about power structures in the denomination, and the ongoing partisanship issue mentioned at the outset of this paper.

Implications and Actions I set out on this project to determine if I could demonstrate the existence of my two frames of evangelicalism even in a conservative denomination like the Church of the Nazarene. While the data certainly bears the limitations that go along with an online survey, there is still sufficient evidence that the two frames exist and furthermore, reflect some very different ways of seeing ministry and cultural engagement.

As Seel suggested, there is evidence that the Permeable frame has always been around but may be more coincident with the millennial population. The presence of some interaction effects between generation and frame may provide some insight into how social change happens within denominational groups. Robert Jones of PRRI argues that millennials leaving evangelicalism has stunted what has historically been the moderating impact of youth on denominational groups.

When I was at the Young Clergy Con in March, I saw many instances of new forms of congregational engagement with the culture. Recognizing the diverse frames raises significant challenge for denominational groups. How does a group provide space for both frames to exist simultaneously without either declaring winners and losers or forcing one party out of fellowship?

My commitment to fellowship and how the Spirit has led his people to Truth since the Galatian conference gives me hope. On the other hand, when we simply fight on social media, make threats, and rely on political machinations, that hope begins to waver.

To put it another way, what does it mean for a denomination to allow space for diversity of thought and process and still claim that people are all part of the same religious family? What is our core identity if we allow disagreement on a number of issues?

Do we have the sociological, moral, and theological strength to truly wrestle with the answer? I close with some practical suggestions for the denomination in light of the frames I believe are emerging in American evangelicalism.

First, the Church of the Nazarene could be more visible in wrestling over key injustice issues. Recent weeks have shown that Willow Creek and the Southern Baptist Convention have been remarkably slow to deal with harassment issues, preferring to put on a happy face rather than engage in real repentance. The same is true for issues of criminal justice reform, for poverty concerns, and for support of moral leadership in our elected officials.

We need to assist our educational institutions in helping our students address the social and moral complexity of the world they will enter after graduation. Christian universities have been far more concerned about protecting ourselves from government interference or bad press. But protecting the institution as a first principle does not serve our students.

Clergy gatherings need to pay attention to who is on the platform and who is given a microphone. They are talented. They are committed to Jesus. They want others to know Him. They want to be the Body of Christ. Contact john. References: Hawthorne, J. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock. Hawthorne, J. American evangelicalism: conservative religion and the quandary of modernity. New Brunswick, N.

Hunter, J. To change the world: the irony, tragedy, and possibility of Christianity in the late modern world. New York: Oxford University Press. Jones, R. The End of White Christian America. New York: Simon and Schuster. Krattenmaker, T. Putnam, R. Seel, D. The New Copernicans. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson. Smith, C. American Evangelicalism: Embattled and Thriving.

Lost in transition: the dark side of emerging adulthood. Worthen, M. Several scholars have articulated a vision for recovering the practice of hospitality in the contemporary church Newman, ; Oden, ; Pineda, ; Pohl, Based on this renaissance of theological literature on hospitality, some have argued that the biblical and theological vision of hospitality should be the overarching framework for certain ministries in ecclesial and cross-cultural contexts Anderson, ; Brinton, ; Espinoza, ; Nouwen, ; Stratman, The paper will first explore hospitality in biblical and theological perspective, with attention given to the triune nature of God, the ministry of Jesus, New Testament references to hospitality, and early church practices.

Essentially, hospitality is rooted in the Trinitarian nature of God, expressing itself throughout the pages of Scripture. This theological vision of hospitality will be shown to be a radical impulse wherein the lines of guest and host are blurred, and all are welcome to the table of mission and ecclesial service. One of the most distinctive doctrines in Christian theology is that of the paradoxical oneness, togetherness, and equality of the Godhead.

God exists as one entity, eternally exists as the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit, and all members of the Trinity are wholly and equally God. This is where the concept of perichoresis comes into focus. Perichoresis has its origins in the work of the Cappadocian Fathers, such as Basil, Gregory of Nyssa, and Gregory of Nazianzus, whose student Maximus the Confessor was also a proponent of the concept Harrison, , p. Thus, the persons of the Trinity maintain their distinct identity and function while expressed themselves to one another in an intimate manner.

Gombis beautifully describes this notion of perichoresis: The Persons of the Trinity from all eternity are caught up in a relationship of interpenetration and envelopment. And each member of the Trinity is always welcoming the other into Himself, to be fully known, to be discovered and comprehended, to be delighted in.

The Trinity, then, is an eternal community of mutual delight. This vivid description of perichoresis emphasizes the mutuality and participation of the Godhead. Thus, the Triunity of God is inherently hospitable. The first major instance of in the Old Testament occurs in Genesis 18, when Abraham welcomes three mysterious strangers into his home.

The text reads that Abraham rushed to greet these strangers, treating them with the utmost respect, and offering them a lavish feast, refreshment, and rest. The text uses the Hebrew word hinneh to describe that Abraham took this encounter as a complete surprise Vogels, p. Genesis indicates that God was somehow present in these strangers, and the instance was thus a divine encounter. The purpose of this visit was for God to communicate to Abraham that his wife Sarah would bear a son, and that judgment was on the horizon for Sodom and Gomorrah.

John Stott, Between Two Words: Eerdmans, , , Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Darkness and Light: An Exposition of Ephesians 4. Presbiterian and Reformed, , Identifying the lssues in Preaching Today Grand Rapids: Broadus, On the Preparation and Delivery of Sermons, org. Lucas registra: A palavra traduzida expunha quer dizer desvendar o significado de algu- ma coisa, ou interpretar. Esdras bendisse ao Senhor, o grande Deus; e todo o povo respondeu: E Jesua.

Grego - diermenueo. Grego - dianoigo. De bin: Consecutivo com Qal imperfeito, terceira pessoa, masc. Keil comenta: Keil e F. Delitzsch, Commentary on the Old Testament, 10 vols. Eerdmans, , ; e W. White, Jr. Tenney, 5 vols. Depois, Lucas afirma que Paulo estava "explicando e provando" pela Palavra "que Cristo tinha que padecer e ressurgir dentre os mortos". Mateus J erry Vines descreve o perigo: Conta- va-nos todos os detalhes particulares acerca de um aprisco.

Farris D. Whitesell, Power in Expository Preaching O! Moody, , 5. Mostre-me o que o texto diz. O que o texto significa para mim? Macmillan, , Broadus, Preparation and Delivery of Sermons, Larsen, Anatomy of Preaching, 96, Larsen nos censura: Rayburn indicam que ele ensinou esse resumo com sua mordacidade simples por mais de 25 anos no Covenant Theological Seminary.

Larsen, Anatomy of Preaching, A autoridade da Palavra nos habilita a proferir as coisas mais desafiadoras a qualquer pessoa sem necessidade de desculpa alguma; contudo, a mesma autoridade nos permite falar ternamente sem comprometer o seu vigor. Nm Algumas vezes devemos proclamar as alegrias do evangelho ao perdido, ou simplesmente con- versar com pessoas interessadas. Outras vezes temos que censurar o regenera- do, e ainda outras vezes precisamos confortar o abatido.

Nossos embates para co- Herbert Farmer escreve: Somente o mais limitado pregador ten- taria confortar, convencer, desafiar, corrigir, incentivar e comandar da mesma maneira.

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Assim deve ser a minha boca a boca daquele que a exprime. Portanto, devemos considerar como ele faria, estivesse ele mesmo dirigindo aos nossos ouvintes as verdades confiadas ao nos- so cuidado. Se as palavras que estamos proferindo procedessem da boca de Cris- to, como ele as diria? Breve Catecismo de Westminster, Calvino igualmente, em suas Institutes 4.

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O que o texto diz? Como saber o que o texto diz? Que interesses motivaram o registro escrito do texto? O que partilhamos em comum com: Qual a maneira mais eficiente pela qual posso comunicar o significado do texto? Nesse caso, assemelham-se apenas a uma "pequena locomotiva que poderia", resfolegando, galgar a monta- nha do pregador, dizendo: Eu acho que posso Tentei demonstrar isso a um estudante que, certa vez, formulou 2.

Baker, , 51, Ela faria com que os ouvintes perguntas- sem: O que tem isso a ver comigo? O estudante replicou: O que este texto significa para mim? Ler 4. Sempre constato que posso pregar melhor quando consigo descansar embebido no meu texto. J ohn Stott escreve: O que temos aqui? Entretanto, esta pergunta imediatamente leva a outras mais penetrantes: Pregadores com especial conhecimento de grego e hebraico 6.

John Stott, Between Two Worlds: Exemplo Dois: Baker, , 68, ; e J. Moody, , McQuilkin, Understanding andApplying the Bible, Davi se Arrependeu A Confessou o Pecado Enquanto investigam o texto, os Baker, , 2lss. Tais como: Quem precisa ouvir isto? Jerry Vines esclarece: Pergunto a mim mesmo cons- tantemente: Ou ao Billy F os ter? Jerry Vines. Ef 1; Hb 1. Robinson afirma: Os pregadores expositivos implicitamente afir- mam aos seus ouvintes: Sott registra: Arndt L.

Halverson, Authentic Preaching Minneapolis: Acla- re o obscuro. Especifique a verdade. Prove a verdade. Broadman, , A ordem desses passos pode alterar-se. Afinal, o que significa "orar sem esmorecer" Lc Crossway, , Robinson, Biblical Preaching, ; Mas, os pregadores devem evitar alardear cultura. A exegese deve ajudar a explanar o que o texto signifi- ca. Rayburn explica: Rayburn "Exposition", manuscritos incompletos, 7. Transcende o objetivo deste livro fornecer todos os tipos de argumento formal que o pregador possa empregar.

Alguns cuidados precisam ainda ser con- siderados. Rayburn escreve: Seus recursos e sua mente lhe Rayburn, "Exposition", 5. Mas, no momento em Da lucem, Domine lit.

Vezes sem conta Gillespie orava por mais luz vinda de Deus. Que vantagens tem o expositor em seguir os passos: Quais provas de um conceito particular deve o pregador apresentar? Larsen em The Anatomy of Preaching: Outra, bem diferente, 2. Sou grato a Robert G. Moody, , 7; Haddon Robinson, Biblical Preaching: Principies and Practice of Preaching Nashville: Abingdon, , 13; John A. Broadus, On the Preparation and Delivery of Sermons.

Harper anel Row, , Marquart, Questfor Better Preaching, Eerclmans, , Eerdmans, , ; Broaclus, Preparation and Delivery of Sermons, Por ex.

Fortress , 23; Stott, Between Two Worlds, Buttrick, 28ss. Eugene Lowry.

Harper and Row, , ; George E. Stott, Between Two Worlds. Baker, , ; e Broadus. Preparation and Delivery of Sermons. Broadus, Preparation and Delivery ofSemwns, Evite todas as tangentes. Por exemplo: Bill Hogan escreve: William L. Charles W. Revel], , Os expositores anseiam por palavras que tornam a ver- dade saliente. Quando Calvino se despediu dos pastores em Genebra, declarou: Citado por Stott, Between Two Worlds, O ouvido espera simetria. Hogan, "Sermons Have Structures", 3.

Do mesmo m? Caso o primeiro ponto principal de uma mensagem seja: Devemos distinguir claramente todos os pontos. Broadus, Preparation and Delivery of Sermons. Overcoming Obsta ele. Reaching Goals Dubuque: Hunt, , Larsen, The Anatomy of Preaclzing, Modelos de alternativas estruturais incluem: Preparation and Delivery of Sermons, Doran, , Fortress, , 37; e muitos outros.

Da vis, Design for Preaching, 37; Stott. Between two Worlds, Thomas F. Jones escreveu: Fred B. Abingdon, , ; Ronald J. Allen e Thomas J. Steimle M. Niedenthal, e C.

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Ela precisa envolver o ouvinte nos efeitos da verdade Jones, "Truth Has Consequences: Multi-media Publications, , 2. Devemos orar fervorosamente. Jesus ordenou aos crentes que orassem fervorosamente- uma verdade universal. No entanto, foi um profeta que afirmou: Rm Cada ponto principal, portanto, responde: O que deve ser feito acerca desta verdade?

Por que isso deve ser feito? Haddon Robinson mostra como usar efetivamente esta estrutura em mensagens expositivas. Biblical Preaching, Conserve o Evangelho das Boas-Novas. Precisamos apresentar Cristo a despeito de nossas dificuldades.

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Desenvolva consistentemente a necessidade de apresentar Cristo. Precisamos apresentar Cristo o tempo todo. Licfeld, New Testament Exposition: Devemos orar a ele III. Rayburn, 'The Discussion", 1. Devemos servi-lo. Inclino-me a usar formas reduzi- das. Old Friends in New Clothes", Onde pontos principais ocorrem isolados, passam ime- diatamente ao processo especificar-estabelecer-provar. Sweazey, Preaching the Good News, Preocupe-se mais em que os ouvintes assimilem a mensagem.

Cantola-Skeie Productions, Em que tipos de dificuldades temos que apresentar Cristo? Em dificuldades circunstanciais 2. Em dificuldades de relacionamento 3. Cada pergunta Quem? Que tipos de dificuldades podemos enfrentar? O que nos ajuda em face dessas dificuldades? Como resultado, o pregador imagina como os congregantes agem, e produz uma mensagem muito mais apropriada ao ouvinte.

Em meio a intensas atividades 2. Em face do medo 3. Greidanus, Modem Preacher and the Ancient Text, Em face do fracasso passado vs.

Descrever o texto em vez de I. Pedro ignorava as autoridades v. Somente Jesus pode salvar vs. Como funcionam nos pontos principais formais? Devemos louvar a Deus porque ele nos elegeu em Cristo 1. Crie pontos principais formais que reflitam os pontos principais informais que J erry Vines57 planejou para Colossenses 2.

Intelectualismo58 vs. Ritualismo vs. Misticismo vs. Legalismo vs. De Biblical Preaching Grand Rapids: Zondervan, Ao longo do trajeto, ele incentiva cada ouvinte a ver, sentir, saborear ou cheirar os aspectos do incidente como se ele ou ela estivesse corporalmente presente no desdobramento do relato.

Ilion T. Abingdon, , Rayburn, "The Discussion", notas pessoais de palestra, 2. De que modo pode- mos comunicar o quanto as pessoas precisam estimar seriamente a verdade de Deus, se temos de contar-lhes tolas historietas?

Temos que decidir. Descobri, enquanto pastoreava, que a mente deseja com todo ardor, bem como tem necessidade, de algo concreto a fim de fixar o abstrato. Chapell, Using Illustrations, Walter R. Fisher, "Narration as Human Communication Paradigm: An Elaboration", Communication Monographs 52 ; Expressando o pensa- mento essencial de Calvino, Runia esclarece: Os pregadores lutavam por encontrar respostas.

Epworth, , ix; Chapell, Using Illustrations,

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