2 edition of He descended into Hell" found in the catalog.
He descended into Hell"
Henderson, W. Rev.
by Printed at the "Observer" Cheap Book and Job Office in Pembroke [Ont.]
Written in English
|Other titles||An interpretation based on reason and Scripture|
|Statement||as stated by W. Henderson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
Remember St. Paul wrote, "'He ascended' what does this mean but that He had first descended into the lower regions of the earth? He who descended is the very one who ascended high above the heavens, that He might fill all men with His gifts" (Eph ). His descent among the dead brought to completion the proclamation of the Gospel and. Appearing between “crucified, dead, and buried” and “the third day he rose again,” “descended into hell” wasn’t originally part of the Creed. It was sometime around A.D. , in the writings of Rufinus, a monk and theologian, that the first mention of Jesus’ descent appeared.
In his book, “He Descended to the Dead”: In , Grudem wrote an article for the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society called “He Did Not Descend into Hell: A Plea to Follow. Yet he kept "he descended into hell" as part of morning and evening prayers, and "he went down into hell" as a part of the baptismal liturgy, Bryant said. John Deschner's book "Wesley's Christology" says that because Jesus told the thief on the cross that the thief would be with Jesus in paradise (Luke ), Wesley's view was that Jesus was.
Jesus Descended into Hell. When Jesus descended into hell, he entered not Gehenna but Hades; in other words, he really died, and it was from a genuine, not a simulated death that he rose (Acts ). 1 Peter tells us briefly what Jesus did in Hades. The Gospel Coalition Book Award - Academic Theology "I believe he descended to the dead." The descent of Jesus Christ to the dead has been a fundamental tenet of the Christian faith, as indicated by its inclusion in both the Apostles' and Athanasian Creeds.
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Beyond the development of these creeds is the scriptural references that are viewed as evidence that Jesus descended into hell. Most scholars use 1 Peter as scriptural evidence to stand upon. This reference along with Ephesians develops the understanding that Jesus may have descended into hell after his death on the : Ashley Hooker.
The clause “he descended into hell” may have been added to the creed in the fifth century, but it was the faith of the church for centuries before that. And if you are having trouble because you think a change in the status of the departed saints is not taught explicitly in the New Testament, consider this.
It is sometimes argued that Christ descended into hell after he died. The widely used Apostles’ Creed reads, “was crucified, dead, and buried, he descended into hell; the third day he rose again from the dead.” But the phrase “he descended into hell” does not occur in the Bible. #wistia_chrome_ The Gospel Coalition Book Award - Academic Theology "I believe he descended to the dead." The descent of Jesus Christ to the dead has been a fundamental tenet of the Christian faith, as indicated by its inclusion in both the Apostles' and Athanasian Creeds/5(24).
The creedal Latin varies between ad inferna (“descended into hell”) and ad inferos (“descended to the dead [ones]”), but these are synonyms until the Reformation. (16) (16) I don’t blame anyone for refusing to confess that Jesus went to hell and : Question: "Did Jesus go to hell between His death and resurrection?" Answer: There is a great deal of confusion in regards to this question.
The concept that Jesus went to hell after His death on the cross comes primarily from the Apostles’ Creed, which states, “He descended into hell.”There are also a few Scriptures which, depending on how they are translated, describe Jesus going to. The wicked, however, remain in Hades in torment, until the final judgment, when Hades gives up the dead who dwell there, and they are judged according to their deeds, and then Death and Hades are thrown into hell, into the lake of fire (Revelation –15).
he descended into hell; on the third day he rose again from the dead; he ascended into heaven, and is seated at the right hand of God the Father almighty; from there he will come to judge the living and the dead.
I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic Church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body. As confessed in the Apostles' Creed, the belief that between his crucifixion and resurrection Jesus Christ descended into the abode of the dead - hell (hades).
Since the New Testament declares that Christ really died, it is to be assumed that he went to Sheol (Gk.
"Hades"), the abode of the dead. This is affirmed by the many declarations in the New Testament (over eighty times) that Christ was. Remember St. Paul wrote, “‘He ascended’ — what does this mean but that He had first descended into the lower regions of the earth.
He who descended is the very one who ascended high above the heavens, that He might fill all men with His gifts” (Eph ). His descent among the dead brought to completion the proclamation of the.
To this day, those words are buried deep in my memory, but I’ve only recently come to appreciate the meaning of one confusing clause: “He descended into hell.” My new understanding is thanks to Matthew Emerson’s book, He Descended to the Dead: An Evangelical Theology of Holy Saturday (InterVarsity Press ).
The key controversial verses behind the “He descended into hell” clause are mainly Acts1 Peterand 1 Peterleading many Christians to traditionally believe in the so-called “Harrowing of Hell,” when Jesus preached to the souls that died previously to the appearance of Christ upon the stage of world history.
Listen. Throughout the course of church history, many people have taught that Jesus’ spirit descended into hell after His death on the cross. Basing this idea on Ephesians –10 and 1 Peter –20, most of those who have taught that Jesus’ spirit went to hell after His death have said that He went there to proclaim judgment to sinners and/or rescue the saints of the Old Testament.
The teaching that “He descended into Hell” is an important doctrine that Christ, while dead, did not cease to be God and that He paid the sentence of death for us. To read about the teaching that Christ’s Spirit going to Paradise and Body staying in Hades, read the article about “ Abraham’s Bosom.”.
The clause, "He descended into Hell" is the main concern of this book. In African context, where ancestral cult is prominent in both people's worldview and practice, this clause poses a tangible problem of religious syncretism. The phrase suggests a life after immediate death, that a person can continue to live in a certain realm soon after Cited by: 2.
The descent into hell does not teach that Jesus, after assuming His glorified body, entered the physical location of hell. This is a misunderstanding of Ephesians (“ he had also descended into the lower regions, the earth ”). This passage, rather, uses the language of descent to describe the incarnation of Jesus (Ps.
He descended into hell. The third day He arose again from the dead. He ascended into heaven and sits at the right hand of God the Father Almighty, whence He shall come to judge the living and the dead. I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and life.
Augustine, for example, believed Christ literally descended into hell. But in his letter to Evodius, he admits several uncertainties over the meaning of 1 Peterwhich says that Jesus. Part II.-The Descent of Christ into HellGreek Form. And we have found in the first book of the LXX., where the archangel Michael spoke to the third son of Adam, the first man, of five thousand and five hundred years, in which the Christ, the most beloved Son of God, was to come from the heavens; and upon this we have considered that.
() "Peter clearly teaches, Acts 2, that the soul of Christ felt the pangs of hell and death while His body was resting in the sepulcher." () "What Christ experienced when He descended into hell is known to Himself, not to us; may we acknowledge and accept with grateful minds that He descended into hell for.
He "Descended Into Hell" Ap by: Nancy Guthrie. Whenever I She is the host of the Help Me Teach the Bible podcast from the Gospel Coalition and the author of numerous books, including Even Better than Eden and Saints and Scoundrels in the Story of Jesus.
She and her husband are cohosts of the GriefShare video series and lead. It may be that the Lord did descend into the place of confined demonic spirits (tartarus) to make a glorious proclamation of the fact of the victory accomplished through the cross (1 Pet. ). But Christ did not go there to redeem anyone nor to release Old Testament saints.
As I understand it, God’s redeemed were in Paradise or Abraham’s bosom, probably some place in the heavenlies.This volume is about Christ's descent into hell as it appears in The Apostles' Creed 'He descended into hell', () in Theology, is Professor at the Tilburg School of Catholic Theology.
He has published extensively on the book Isaiah, using his communication-oriented exegesis, including 'Enlarge the Site of Your Tent'(Brill, ).