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August 22nd, 0 Comments. Leave A Comment Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment. Toggle Sliding Bar Area. An apostle must have known the Lord Jesus, being an eyewitness of His doings and an ear-witness of His sayings. If they were to be founding witnesses i.
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Luke The requirement is spelled out in the case of Matthias Acts By personal observation of the events of redemption they were able to testify to them, and as Jesus said, one of the purposes of their later special endowment with power from the Holy Spirit was to enable them to remember infallibly what they had heard Jesus say John ; ; Paul was at special pains to let it be known that he met this requirement as an apostle 1 Cor. An apostle must possess authority in communicating divine revelation, and reading of Deuteronomy shows how this gift is related to Old Testament Scripture.
New Testament passages which declare this are 1 Corinthians and Galatians Apostles were thus enabled to give in the New Testament Scriptures the true sense of the Old Testament Luke ; Acts ; veiled from the Jewish nation then as now Rom. Accordingly, later generations of believers and believers to the present hour have regarded apostolicity of some degree as an undoubted, essential quality of New Testament Scripture. Acts Deuteronomy and furnish the Old Testament background. The palpable vehicle of such miracles by the special bestowal of the Holy Spirit Matt.
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The apostles performed such acts Acts ; Furthermore, there is reason to believe that only they and they to whom they conveyed such powers performed miraculous acts in the early church 1 Cor. As in the Old Testament epoch, God furnished signs for ; cf. The miracles were not for edification of the believers primarily, and neither Jesus nor Paul says so.
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The believers of today do not need them for edification and should not ask for miracles for such reasons. Faith has another method. An apostle must possess plenary authority among all the churches. In this he differed from the holders of other New Testament ecclesiastical offices, for in the New Testament, bishops or elders and deacons wielded only local church authority and had only local functions. But Peter could judge an Ananias or Sapphira by personal authority Acts , not church authority. Paul distant Philippi, Paul could judge concerning a matter of moral discipline in a congregation at Corinth 1 Cor.
Apostles could and did write most of the epistles of the New Testament canon, giving commands to churches far away, claiming inerrant divine authority for themselves and even for one another 1 Cor. They had power to furnish faith and order as a model for all future generations, and to exercise discipline over all disorderly Christians 2 Cor. It is necessary, however, to establish whether there were indeed, apostles other than the twelve original ones plus Matthias and Paul.
In this scripture, Luke refers to the apostles, Barnabas and Paul, thereby directing attention to their commissioning as apostles i. The connection seems unmistakable.
First Corinthians 9 brothers presumably Jude and James were prominent persons but fail to state that they were apostles. The same can be said of 1 Corinthians , which likewise falls short of clearly affirming James as an apostle, although it is quite capable of being understood in that way. Galatians seem to say that other t appear to have rejected Him until after His resurrection. However, James no strong evidence that any New Testament persons except the original esteemed in New Testament times to be apostles of Jesus Christ.
They believe that He later became the first bishop of Rome and that the Roman bishop was accepted by the early church as the central authority among all of the churches.
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