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New Testament – Church Teaching

The Image of a Roman Triumph: Part Four – Triumphing Over Angels

This short series aims to explore the Bible’s use of the imagery of a Roman triumph. The New Testament twice employs the Greek word ‘thriambeuo’ – meaning ‘to lead in a triumphal procession’. We’d like to view the big picture of the progress of Christianity in strategic terms as a triumphal procession through the world, and across the pages of history. In this fourth and final episode, Brian Johnston looks at “triumphing over angels”.

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The Image of a Roman Triumph: Part Three – Leading a Host of Captives

This short series aims to explore the Bible’s use of the imagery of a Roman triumph. The New Testament twice employs the Greek word ‘thriambeuo’ – meaning ‘to lead in a triumphal procession’. We’d like to view the big picture of the progress of Christianity in strategic terms as a triumphal procession through the world, and across the pages of history. In this third and penultimate episode, Brian Johnston looks at “leading a host of captives”.

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The Image of a Roman Triumph: Part Two – Led in Triumph

This short series aims to explore the Bible’s use of the imagery of a Roman triumph. The New Testament twice employs the Greek word ‘thriambeuo’ – meaning ‘to lead in a triumphal procession’. We’d like to view the big picture of the progress of Christianity in strategic terms as a triumphal procession through the world, and across the pages of history. In this second episode, Brian Johnston looks at being “led in triumph”.

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The Image of a Roman Triumph: Part One – Condemned to Death

This short series aims to explore the Bible’s use of the imagery of a Roman triumph. The New Testament twice employs the Greek word ‘thriambeuo’ – meaning ‘to lead in a triumphal procession’. We’d like to view the big picture of the progress of Christianity in strategic terms as a triumphal procession through the world, and across the pages of history. In this first episode, Brian Johnston looks at being “condemned to death”.

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