Church Dogmatics: Doctrine of Reconciliation Jesus Christ by Karl Barth, G. W. Bromiley, T. F. Torrance

By Karl Barth, G. W. Bromiley, T. F. Torrance

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Certainly, there is food for thought in the call of Jeremiah (1",10): "I ordained thee a prophet unto the nation~:" and:... I have this day set thee over the nations and over the kmgdoms. Is thiS an exception to the rule? But when and where did Jeremiah really speak to the nations outside the sphere of the people of Yahweh? We do not really find any true fulfilment of the idea of universal prophecy in any of the Old Testament prophets. Their mission and message are to Israel, not to the world. 3.

IS'", d. hIch c~rnes WIth It the call : " Magnify, a ye nations, his people" (Deut. , thIS people as the people of Yahweh. But strictly this means: "0 bless our. God, ye people, and ~ake the voice of his praise to be heard" (Ps. 668) ; "0 praIse the Lord, all ye natIOns: praise him, all ye people" (Ps. II7 1); "Make a joyful ,noise unto t~e L<~rd,. all ye lands. Serve the Lord with gladness: come before hiS presence With smgmg. hat hath ~ade us, ~~d no~ ,":e our~ selves; we are his people, and the sheep of hiS pasture (Ps.

R. The history of Israel takes place, and as it does so it also speaks, not additionally and subsequently, but in and with the fact that in its totality and interconnexion it takes place, and does so in the way that it does. For according to the picture given in the Old Testament, the fact that it takes place, and does so in the way that it does, has from the very outset and continually its basis in an address, promise, command, order and summons of Yahweh. "For he spake, and it was done; he commanded, and it stood fast" (Ps.

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