The Catholic Priesthood: Biblical Foundations

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Emmaus Road Publishing, 1 Okt 2016 - 282 halaman
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During the time of Jesus Christ, neither he nor his apostles would have had the term “priest” applied to their mission or identity. The priesthood was exclusive to the tribe of Levi and at that time was associated primarily with their sacrificial liturgies in the temple. But with Christ’s death on the Cross, a new understanding of Christ as priest began to grow in light of his priestly self-sacrifice. The Catholic Priesthood: Biblical Foundations by Fr. Thomas Lane highlights the Scriptural evidence indicating that Christ’s intention was to establish a New Covenant priesthood that he would share with his apostles and their successors.

 

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ABBREVIATIONS
OLD TESTAMENT PRIESTHOOD
The Levitical Priests Duty to Keep the People Conscious
DISCONTENT WITH THE LEVITICAL PRIESTHOOD AND HOPES FOR RENEWAL
THE PRIESTHOOD OF CHRIST
Hebrews 12
Christ a Priest after the Order of Melchizedek Hebrews
Salvific Effects of Christs Priestly Sacrifice Hebrews
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CHRISTS INTENTION TO FORM A NEW PRIESTHOOD OF THE NEW COVENANT
APOSTLES OVERSEERS PRESBYTERS AND DEACONS
PAUL CALLED TO BE AN APOSTLE
PAULA NEW COVENANT MINISTER
Applying Priestly Language to the Apostles and Paul
PASTORAL EPISTLESREQUIREMENTS FOR OVERSEERS PRESBYTERS
PRIESTLY PEOPLE

THEOLOGY OF HEBREWS IN CATHOLIC LITURGY
JESUS CALLED TWELVE APOSTLES OUT OF HIS MANY
THE PRIMACY OF SAINT PETER
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FIRST EXPERIMENTAL MISSION OF THE TWELVE
CONSECRATION OF THE TWELVE DURING THE LAST SUPPER
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CONCLUSION
MELCHIZEDEK AND SHEM
QUMRAN ON THE RENEWED PRIESTHOOD
THE TWELVE APOSTLES
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Fr. Thomas Lane grew up in Ireland and was ordained a priest in 1990. He earned a License in Sacred Scripture at the Pontifical Biblical Institute and a Doctorate in Sacred Theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. Fr. Lane is Professor of Sacred Scripture at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary in Emmitsburg, Maryland. Learn more at www.FrTommyLane.com.

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