The Offices of Christ

“Christ is God’s (1 Cor. 3:23).  God’s Christ, God’s Servant, God’s Prophet, God’s Priest, God’s King.”

John ‘Rabbi’ Duncan

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General Articles

Berkhof, Louis – Introductory Remarks on the Offices in General, 1950, 3 paragraphs, from his Systematic Theology

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Prophet

Berkhof, Louis – The Prophetic Office, 1950, 7 paragraphs, from his Systematic Theology

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Priest

Berkhof, Louis

The Priestly Office, 1950, 14 paragraphs, from his Systematic Theology

The Intercessory Work of Christ, 1950, 13 paragraphs, from his Systematic Theology

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King

“The Dust of the Earth is on the throne of the Majesty on High.”

John ‘Rabbi’ Duncan

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Berkhof, Louis – The Kingly Office, 1950, 12 paragraphs, from his Systematic Theology

Muller, Richard – Christ in the Eschaton: Calvin and Moltmann on the Duration of the Munus Regium  1981  28 pp.  This can be read for free by setting up a JSTOR account.

The Latin means: ‘the Kingly Office’.

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“There was a load of sin on Him, but there is now a crown of glory on his head.”

John ‘Rabbi’ Duncan

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Quotes

John ‘Rabbi’ Duncan

“If you receive Christ for anything, you receive Him for everything.”

“As soon may a man bottle up daylight as have a gospel of benefits without the immediate shining of the Sun of Righteousness.”

“I would not preach the benefits of redemption without preaching Christ, but neither would I preach a benefitless Christ.”

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Related Pages

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