The Ways of Our God: An Approach to Biblical Theology

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CHAPTER 15: MINISTRY

OLD TESTAMENT: PROCLAMATION
15–1. THE MINISTERS OF THE LORD
15–1.1. ELDERS
15–1.2. PRIESTS
a. Non-Mosaic Priesthood
b. Mosaic Priesthood
15–1.3. PROPHETS
a. Cultic Prophets
b. Royal Prophets
15–1.4. TEACHERS
a. Scribes
b. Rabbis
15–1.5. MINISTRY AND GENDER
a. Married Ministers
b. Women Ministers
i. Prophets
ii. The Wise

OLD TESTAMENT: PROMISE
15–2. THEY SHALL MINISTER TO ME
15–2.1. ELDERS
15–2.2. PRIESTS
15–2.3. PROPHETS
15–2.4. TEACHERS
15–2.5. MINISTRY AND GENDER
a. Married Ministers
b. Women Ministers

NEW TESTAMENT: FULFILLMENT
15–3. MINISTERS OF CHRIST
15–3.1. THE MINISTRY OF CHRIST
a. The Minister
b. The Disciples
15–3.2. SPECIAL MINISTERS
a. The Apostles
i. All the Apostles
ii. Peter
iii. This Ministry and Apostleship
b. Jesus’ Family
i. The Brothers of the Lord
ii. Mary, the Mother of Jesus
iii. Who Are My Mother and My Brothers?
15–3.3. REGULAR MINISTERS: MINISTERIAL FUNCTIONS
a. Oversight
b. Preaching
c. Prophecy
d. Teaching
e. Conduct of Worship
f. Pastoral Care
15–3.4. REGULAR MINISTERS: MINISTERIAL OFFICES AND STRUCTURES
a. Priesthood
b. The Emerging Offices
i. Presbyters/Elders (presbyteroi)
ii. Bishops/Overseers (episkopoi)
iii. Deacons/Servants (diakonoi)
c. Conciliar Structures
d. Appointment to Office
15–3.5. MINISTRY AND GENDER
a. Married Ministers
i. Marriage
ii. Celibacy
b. Women Ministers

NEW TESTAMENT: CONSUMMATION
15–4. THE TWELVE APOSTLES OF THE LAMB
15–4.1. THE APOSTLES
15–4.2. THE PRESBYTERS
15–5. MINISTRY: THEOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS

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