ministry (2)

6.4.4 The church of Jesus Christ and the sacraments→

6.5 The church of Jesus Christ and the churches as institutions→

7 Ministry→

7.1 Ministry and duties→

7.2 Source of ministry in the church→

7.3 Biblical foundation→

7.3.1 Old Testament references→

7.3.2 Foundation of the ministry in the New Testament→

7.4 The Apostle ministry→

7.4.1 Characteristics of the Apostle ministry→

7.4.2 Equipping and sending of the Apostles→

7.4.4 New Testament references to the activity of the Apostles→

7.5 The development of the ministries from the Apostle ministry→

7.5.1 Continuity of the Apostle ministry→

7.5.2 Interruption in the activity of the Apostles→

7.5.3 The reoccupation of the Apostle ministry→

7.6.2 The function of the apostolate→

7.6.3 The self-conception of the Apostles→

7.6.4 The authority of the Apostle ministry→

7.6.6 The Chief Apostle ministry→

7.6.7 The District Apostle ministry→

7.7 Ordination→

7.8 The exercise of a ministry→

7.9.1 The priestly ministries→

7.9.2 The diaconal ministry→

7.10 Appointments→

8.1.10 Holy Baptism with water and the Apostle ministry→

8.2.15 Holy Communion and the Apostle ministry→

8.2.22 Communion celebrations of the churches→

8.3.5 Further attestations of Holy Sealing in the New Testament→

11.3 The reoccupation of the Apostle ministry in the Catholic Apostolic Church→

11.3.2 The calling of additional Apostles→

11.3.3 The continuation of the Apostle ministry in the New Apostolic Church→

12.1.8.7 Proclamation and authority→

12.1.12 Ordinations, appointments, reinstatements, retirements→

 

miracles of nature

3.4.8.5 Jesus' miracles→

 

mission

1.2.4 The New Testament→

11.1 The early Christian congregations→

11.3.3 The continuation of the Apostle ministry in the New Apostolic Church→

12.5.5 Ascension Day→

 

monasticism

11.2.2 Christianity–the state religion and its spread→

 

monogamy

5.3.7.1 Marriage→

 

monotheism

3.1.2 God, the One→

 

music

12.1.14 Music in the divine service→

13.2.3 Willingness to offer and sacrifice based on faith, gratitude, and love→

 

mystery

3.1.1 One God in three persons→

3.2 God–Father, Son, and Holy Spirit→

3.2.1 References to the triune God in the Old Testament→

3.3 God, the Father→

3.3.1 God, the Creator→

3.4 God, the Son→

3.4.3 Jesus Christ, true Man and true God→

3.4.6.2 Lord→

4.1 Evil–the powers opposed to God→

4.5.3 God's free election by grace→

6.3 The church of Jesus Christ–a mystery→

7.5.2 Interruption in the activity of the Apostles→

8.1.2.2 Holy Baptism with water in the New Testament→

8.2 Holy Communion→

12.1.5 Divine service as an encounter with God→

12.5.4 Easter→

 

 

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nature of God

3.1.5 God, the Eternal→

6.4.1.1 The church is "one"→

12.1.6 Proclamation of the word→

 

necromancy

3.3.1.1.2 The significance of the invisible realm for the life of human beings→

5.3.2.6 Violations of the First Commandment→

9.4 The beyond→

 

New Apostolic Creed

2.4 The New Apostolic Creed→

6.3 The church of Jesus Christ–a mystery→

8.2 Holy Communion→

8.2.21 Eligibility for partaking in Holy Communion→

12.1.12 Ordinations, appointments, reinstatements, retirements→

 

New Testament

1.2 Holy Scripture→

1.2.1 Content and structure of Holy Scripture→

1.2.3 The later writings of the Old Testament→

1.2.4 The New Testament→

1.2.4.1 The origin of the New Testament canon→

1.2.4.2 The books of the New Testament→

1.4.3 Belief in God, the Holy Spirit→

2.1 Biblical creeds→

2.4 The New Apostolic Creed→

2.4.2 The Second Article of Faith→

2.4.10 The Tenth Article of Faith→

3 The triune God→

3.2.2 References to the triune God in the New Testament→

3.2.3 The development of the doctrine of the Trinity→

3.3.1 God, the Creator→

3.4.6.1 Messiah–Christ–Anointed One→

3.4.6.2 Lord→

3.4.6.4 Immanuel–Servant of God–Son of David→

3.4.8 New Testament references to the person and activity of Jesus Christ→

3.4.15 The promise of Jesus Christ's return→

3.5 God, the Holy Spirit→

3.5.3 Evidence of the Holy Spirit's activity in the time of the Old Testament→

3.5.3.1 The Spirit of God→

3.5.3.2 The activity of the Holy Spirit in the prophets of the Old Testament→

3.5.5 The Holy Spirit and the church→

4.3.1 Sin→

4.7.1 The term "law"→

4.7.3 The law as a guide for recognising sin→

4.8 The law and the gospel→

4.8.1 The law of Christ–grace→

5.3.1.3 The Ten Commandments in the New Testament→

5.3.2.1 God–Lord and Benefactor→

5.3.3.5 Oath–Vow→

5.3.6.2 The prohibition against killing in the New Testament→

5.3.7.1 Marriage→

5.3.7.3 Divorce→

5.3.9.2 Examples of false witness in the time of the Old Testament→

6.1 Concerning the term "church"→

6.2.1 Old Testament references to the church of Jesus Christ→

6.2.3 Images for the church of Jesus Christ in the New Testament→

6.2.3.6 Further images for the church→

6.4.1.4 The church is "apostolic"→

7.3.1 Old Testament references→

7.3.2 Foundation of the ministry in the New Testament→

7.4 The Apostle ministry→

7.4.2 Equipping and sending of the Apostles→

7.5.2 Interruption in the activity of the Apostles→

8 The sacraments→

8.1.2.2 Holy Baptism with water in the New Testament→

8.3.1 Concerning the term "sealing"→

8.3.5 Further attestations of Holy Sealing in the New Testament→

8.3.6 The proper dispensation of Holy Sealing→

9.3 The afterlife of the soul→

12.1.3 Divine service in the New Testament→

13.1.1 Prayers in the Old Testament→

13.2.1 From Old Testament sacrificial service to devoting one's life to God→

 

 

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oath

5.3.3.5 Oath–Vow→

6.2.3.2 The people of God→

8 The sacraments→

 

offering of thanks

12.1.2 Divine service in the Old Testament→

12.5.7 Thanksgiving Day→

13.2.3 Willingness to offer and sacrifice based on faith, gratitude, and love→

 

Old Testament

1.1.2 God reveals Himself in the history of Israel→

1.2 Holy Scripture→

1.2.1 Content and structure of Holy Scripture→

1.2.2 The Old Testament→

1.2.2.1 The origin of the Old Testament canon→

1.2.2.2 The books of the Old Testament→

1.2.3 The later writings of the Old Testament→

1.2.4.1 The origin of the New Testament canon→

1.2.4.2 The books of the New Testament→

1.2.5.2 Jesus Christ–the centre of Scripture→

1.4.2 Belief in God, the Son→

2.4.2 The Second Article of Faith→

3.1.3 God, the Holy One→

3.3 God, the Father→

3.4.4 References to Jesus Christ in the Old Testament→

3.4.6.2 Lord→

3.4.7.2 Jesus Christ–the Priest→

3.4.9.5 Jesus' crucifixion and sacrificial death→

3.4.9.6 Old Testament references to Jesus' suffering and sacrificial death→

3.4.11.1 The significance of Jesus Christ's resurrection for salvation→

3.5.3 Evidence of the Holy Spirit's activity in the time of the Old Testament→

3.5.3.1 The Spirit of God→

4.1.1 Evil as a power opposed to God→

4.2.1.3 Conscience→

4.2.1.5 Faith→

4.4 God's plan of salvation→

4.5.1 Election in the Old Testament→

4.7 The functions of the law→

4.7.2 The law as a guide to righteous conduct→

4.8 The law and the gospel→

4.8.1 The law of Christ–grace→

5.1 Living in faith according to God's commandments→

5.3.1.3 The Ten Commandments in the New Testament→

5.3.2.1 God–Lord and Benefactor→

5.3.3.1 God's name→

5.3.5.1 The Fourth Commandment according to the understanding of the Old Testament→

5.3.5.5 The Fourth Commandment in modern life→

5.3.6.1 The prohibition against killing in the Old Testament→

5.3.7.1 Marriage→

5.3.8.3 The prohibition against theft in the New Testament→

5.3.9.2 Examples of false witness in the time of the Old Testament→

5.3.10.3 Coveting the spouse of one's neighbour→

6.2.1 Old Testament references to the church of Jesus Christ→

7.3.1 Old Testament references→

7.3.2 Foundation of the ministry in the New Testament→

7.4.1 Characteristics of the Apostle ministry→

8.1.2.1 Old Testament references to Holy Baptism with water→

8.2.2 Old Testament references to Holy Communion→

8.3.2 The promise of the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament→

9.3 The afterlife of the soul→

9.4 The beyond→

10.1.3 The bridal congregation→

12.1.2 Divine service in the Old Testament→

12.1.6.2 The proclamation of the word in the New Testament→

12.1.8.2 God's patience–the sacrificial service in the Old Testament→

12.1.8.3 The sacrifice of Christ–foundation for the forgiveness of sins→

12.2 Acts of blessing→

12.4.1 Instruction of children→

12.5.1 Christmas→

13.1.1 Prayers in the Old Testament→

13.2.1 From Old Testament sacrificial service to devoting one's life to God→