KINGDOM PROLOGUE. GENESIS FOUNDATIONS. FOR A COVENANTAL WORLDVIEW. Meredith G. Kline. TWO AGE PRESS. of Kingdom Prologue where Kline writes, “On this subject see further my By Oath Consigned (), of which the present discussion is a resume involving. A friend of mine wrote to ask about Kingdom Prologue, by Meredith G. Kline. I am unfamiliar with Kline and ask that some of you who know.
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Kingdom Prologue is a hard book to review. The depth of Kline’s thought and pondering over Genesis is amazing.
To ask other readers questions about Kingdom Prologueplease sign up. That said, the work put into understanding Kline will be, in my opinion, richly rewarded. Kingdom Prologue sounds like the beginning of an epic fantasy series.
Carrie Cavanaugh rated it liked it Jun 02, This in no way detracts from the nature and place of Genesis as an Israelite composition belonging to the biblical Canon by virtue of its divine inspiration. Dec 18, Aaron rated it it was amazing Shelves: Kline writes a superb tracing of the biblical theology relating to God’s covenants and kingdom in Genesis.
The most significant book I kingdkm read in the past 5 years despite being incredibly difficult to read.
Books by Meredith G. Want to Read saving…. Jan 14, Ronnie Curfman rated it it was amazing. If someone were to tell me that the twin pillars of this monument to the klime chapters of Genesis stands on the twin pillars of Assyriology and LSD, I would not too much surprised.
Nicholas rated it it was amazing Feb 03, The prose style can be obscure and mannerist. In fact, Kline teaches us to read Genesis as more klnie and intimately related to the rest of the biblical story than most of us are in the habit of doing. Jun 15, Mike rated it it was amazing.
The lack of familiar graces reserves this book for people who are serious about learning covenental theology. Trivia About Kingdom Proloue Open Preview See a Problem?
Kingdom Prologue is probably not the best place to start, The Structure of Biblical Authority or his newly published Genesis Commentary are safer bets.
Kingdom Prologue: Genesis Foundations for a Covenantal Worldview by Meredith G. Kline
Eric Lazarian rated it it was amazing Oct 19, I think epic fantasy could use an infusion of Ancient Near-East suzerain-vassal treaty technical minutiae.
Steve rated it it was amazing Feb 11, Lists with This Book. Mihai Sarbu rated it it was amazing Apr 14, I’ll admit, at first Kline’s odd diction and writing style was a turn off, but if the reader can push past the initial hardship, this mine is riddled with diamonds.
Like most reviews, I will agree and say that Kline is not the best writer Opus Penguin rated it it was amazing Dec 05, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Kingdom Prologue: Genesis Foundations for a Covenantal Worldview
There are ‘whoa’ ideas and cosmic images in this beggar the trippy fantasies of the sixties and seventies – Herbert, Tolkien, etc. In this way Kingdom Prologue seeks to provide an introductory sketch of the over-all shape of the biblical worldview and the character of biblical religion. Kline is not for the faint of heart, and those brave enough to venture into his hyphenated world of emredith will frequently wish he used an editor.
He traces its themes forward through redemptive history, as well mreedith reading the Genesis account in the fullness of the light of Christ now revealed in the New Testament.
Kline’s ANE scholarship andPrincetonian biblical theology culminate in a biblical theological walkthrough of Genesis worthy of being re-read for years to come. Shane rated it really liked it Apr 03, If you have been discipled in a tradition that does not approach revelation with an understanding of covenant and typology, Kline will meredkth a lucid picture from the most vague passages that confused you in your childhood.
Timmy Dy rated it it was ok Feb 23, Paperbackpages. It’s not for general audiences merevith it’s not a book – it’s self-published lecture notes.
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Andrew rated it it was amazing Nov 20, If you can hang in there, it will change your life!!! It’s an meresith to say that Meredith Kline’s Kingdom Prologue is a work of immeasurably fantastic biblical theology and exegesis in the Reformed tradition. If you’re this type of mind, I fully recommend Kingdom Prologue. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.