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The Structure of the Shepherd Discourse

The Structure of the Shepherd Discourse John 10:1-5 The Paroimia The paroimia describes the imagery of a sheepfold, with a

The Shepherd Imagery in the Bible

The Shepherd Imagery in the Bible Introduction In the Ancient Near East (ANE), where Palestine belonged, shepherding was considered one

The role of the Priest as Shepherd

The role of the Priest as Shepherd The priests are also chosen to be the leaders of the Church as

The role of the Bishop as Shepherd

The role of the Bishop as Shepherd As Christians the bishop or the priest are the ones that most resemble

The Immediate Context of the Shepherd Discourse

The Immediate Context of the Shepherd Discourse (John 10:1-21) Johannine commentators have different ways of structuring the Fourth Gospel (=FG).

The Identity of the Good shepherd

The Identity of the Good shepherd The ‗shepherd’ is a very common theme in the Old Testament, and it also
Gospel of John – The Good Shepherd

Gospel of John – The Good Shepherd

The Good Shepherd in John’s Gospel ―I am the Good Shepherd.The Good shepherd lays downs his life for

Shepherding in Contemporary Ministry

Shepherding in Contemporary Ministry Introduction We have mentioned in previous posts that Jesus is the Good Shepherd who leads, guides,

Shepherd in the Old Testament

Shepherd in the Old Testament The OT correctly reflects the milieu of shepherds and their flocks. Shepherds are mentioned a

Shepherd in the New Testament

Shepherd in the New Testament The Greek word for shepherd occurs eighteen (18) times, mostly in the Gospels. Outside the Gospel

Literary Context of John 10:1-21

Literary Context of John 10:1-21 A colometric presentation of the passage under scrutiny is in order: 1a ―Truly, truly, I

Leaders of the Church

Leaders of the Church In the contemporary time the leaders of the church are called to minister the people following

John’s use of Metaphors

John’s use of Metaphors According to George Bradford Caird, ―Metaphor is a lens; it is as though the speaker

Implications of Being a Shepherd

Implications of Being a Shepherd Bishops and priests by virtue of their calling as shepherds have responsibilities to care for
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