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Regeneration and Indwelling in the Old Testament Period

Robert J. Dunzweiler

Regeneration and Indwelling in the Old Testament Period

by Robert J. Dunzweiler

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Published by Interdisciplinary Biblical Research .
Written in English

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  • Biblical Studies - General,
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    ISBN 100944788254
    ISBN 109780944788257

      While the background for regeneration in John 3 most likely comes from Ezekiel (due to some similar themes carried forward by John) we can really examine both of these Old Testament New Covenant passages together to see what the component promises of this covenant are. HORTON: I just wrote a book on the Holy Spirit, and it really enriched my own experience of the Spirit as well as thoughts about questions like this; and it made me more uncertain of the answers that I had for it. Dr. Ferguson has written on this really well in his book on the Holy Spirit.

    Old Testament Covenant Theology Four lectures by the Rev. J.A. Motyer, B.D., M.A. The book of Genesis is like so much of the rest of Scripture. It reminds me of what Leon Morris says on, I think, the first page of the introduction to his commentary on John, that it is safe enough for a child to paddle in and deep enough for an elephant to.   God’s indwelling presence: a review 10 December Stephen Kneale Uncategorized One comment If you have followed this blog for any time, you may well be familiar with some of my musings on the indwelling of the Spirit and how this fits with the reformed schema.

    As far as general areas such as (1) Regeneration, (2) Restraint, and (3) Empowerment for specific service is concerned, there is no difference of the role of Holy Spirit in believers in the Old Testament period and in the New Testament period. As for the indwelling of Holy Spirit in believers is concerned, there is considerable difference in. In the Old Testament, we see different aspects of the work of the Holy Spirit. In the New Testament, one of the most important works of the Holy Spirit is the work of regeneration, by which He changes the disposition of our hearts and then dwells within us, never to depart.


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Regeneration and Indwelling in the Old Testament Period by Robert J. Dunzweiler Download PDF EPUB FB2

Regeneration and Indwelling in the Old Testament Period Hardcover – April 1, by Robert J. Dunzweiler (Author)Author: Robert J. Dunzweiler. Regeneration & Indwelling in the Old Testament Period (IBRI Research Reports Book 25) - Kindle edition by Dunzweiler, Robert J.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Regeneration & Indwelling in the Old Testament Period (IBRI Research Reports Book 25).Author: Robert J.

Dunzweiler. The Bible presents the doctrine of regeneration under several aspects, but mainly four: a new birth, a new life, a new creation, and a new nature. Regeneration is a new birth, a spiritual rebirth, a being born into God's spiritual family, a becoming a child of God, a being begotten anew by the Holy Spirit.

Robert J. Dunzweiler is the author of Regeneration & Indwelling in the Old Testament Period ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Syste 4/5(4). This is a future tense of an indwelling. Apparently the saints of the OT enjoyed regeneration but may not have enjoyed indwelling to the extent that we do.

Regeneration and indwelling are not exactly the same the same for in regeneration the Spirit works to illumine our minds and renew our hearts prior to our faith in which He comes to indwell us.

During the transition period, the reception of the Spirit (hence indwelling) and baptism by the Spirit sometimes occurred after regeneration. So, too, in the OT only regeneration and sealing occurred at the moment of faith. Some experienced temporary indwelling. None experienced baptism of the Holy Spirit.

Regeneration in the Old Testament regeneration and indwelling are not exactly the same, for in regeneration the Spirit works to illumine our minds and renew our hearts prior to our faith in which He comes to indwell us. One is the fountain the other is the river, so to speak.

That pre-salvific action is not called indwelling. Dear Reggie, I have some questions concerning the regeneration of Old Testament saints. First, if they were regenerated, which as you write means that they were united with the Spirit of God, then why does Jesus breathe on his disciples and tell them to ‘Receive the Spirit’ in John Excellent book which distinguishes between the indwelling of the Spirit (a New Testament reality) and regeneration by the Spirit (both Testaments).

Even though it is a little dense in places, it is well written and full of insight into the theology of the Spirit in John's gospel/5.

God’s Indwelling Presence asks and explores to answer: What are the spiritual differences and similarities between Old Testament and New Testament believers. Did God dwell in Old Testament believers as He does in New Testament believers. Were Old Testament believers born again (that is, experience regeneration)?3/5(1).

Second, there is only one way to overcome spiritual death, whether one lived in the Old Testament period or the New Testament era, and this is by God giving a dead sinner spiritual life. This is known as regeneration. Regeneration can be described as an implanting of spiritual life in the spiritually dead (see John5,65).

Yes. The OT is very specific that the Holy Spirit came on people and was not indwelling Holy Spirit was a gift promised to the apostles by Jesus and fulfilled on Pentecost.

But maybe I was asking for something that does not exist. that is scripture that clearly indicates regeneration on OT saints.

This indwelling was only occasional in the Old Testament and only becomes universal (meaning it is the experience of all believers) in the New Testament (as per Romans Now if any man have not the Spirit of Christ, he is none of his. Furthermore, one can­not argue for the immediate regeneration and indwelling of Old Testament believers from New Testament normative experience; any such argument would be circular since it must assume its own conclusion (i.e., it must assume that Old Testament and New Tes­tament normative experience is the same), clearly a logical prob­lem.

Wood concludes his study by showing that the concepts of regeneration, indwelling, sealing, filling, and empowering by the Spirit were already in action in the Old Testament. He presents a comparative study of the words for "spirit" in both testaments and shows how the Old Testament revelation serves as a background and a basis for a fuller.

Old Testament Believers and New Testament Christians. in his attempt to document "regeneration and indwelling in the Old Testament period," defines regeneration as "that ministry of the Holy Spirit by which He imparts (italics added) spiritual life to one who is spiritually dead." 1 Dunzweiler, Robert J., Regeneration and Indwelling in.

Were Old Testament believers born again (that is, did they experience regeneration). What do the words indwelling and regeneration mean.

How is the Holy Spirit's ministry similar or different during Old Testament and New Testament times?Users will find this an excellent extension of the long-respected NEW AMERICAN COMMENTARY. God's Indwelling Format: Ebook. The important part is that the Spirit Regenerated the person; not that the Spirit would 'leave' without Indwelling a person.

~ Nowadays the Indwelling is crucial but if you do not insist John chapter three is an explanation of the New Covenant, then I can be right; this IS the example of Regeneration regarding the Old Covenant.

The difference between regeneration in the Old Covenant versus the New Covenant is that God guaranteed the new heart as a part of the New Covenant (Jer. Every Jew in the Old Testament entered the Old Covenant through birth and circumcision—but this entrance is not the same as regeneration.

Thus, many were not regenerated while. The New Testament states that the unregenerate man cannot please God (Rom. ), whereas the Old Testament believer is spoken of as pleasing the Lord (Pro. ) and through faith pleasing God (Heb. ,). 6 Frankly, there is nothing in the Old or New Testament which says that regeneration is a new covenant distinctive.

There is. The second aspect of the Spirit’s work in the Old Testament is indwelling, or filling. Here is where the major difference between the Spirit’s roles in the Old and New Testaments is apparent. The New Testament teaches the permanent indwelling of .It seems more plausible that the leaving of the Holy Spirit was the leaving of the Spirit's anointing rather than His indwelling.

4. During the Old Testament period the Holy Spirit gave some believers special skills to perform certain tasks. 5. With regard to the unbelieving world, the Holy Spirit acted as a restraining influence.Were Old Testament believers born again (that is, did they experience regeneration)?

What do the words indwelling and regeneration mean? How is the Holy Spirit's ministry similar or different during Old Testament and New Testament times?Users will find this an excellent extension of the long-respected NEW AMERICAN COMMENTARY. God's Indwelling 3/5(1).