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Kingdom of Heaven T-shirt

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Kingdom of Heaven (Greek: βασιλεία τῶν οὐρανῶν) is a term used in the Gospel of Matthew in preference to the "kingdom of God" (Greek: βασιλεία τοῦ θεοῦ) of the Gospel of Mark and the Gospel of Luke, thought to be the main content of Jesus's preaching, described by Edward Schillebeeckx as referring to "a process, a course of events, whereby God begins to govern or to act as king or Lord, an action, therefore, by which God manifests his beig-God in the world of men".[1]

Clarke notes that Matthew 3:2 is the first of twenty-nine references to the "Kingdom of Heaven" in the Gospel of Matthew.[2] The gospels of Luke and Mark tend to prefer the term "kingdom of God." That Matthew uses the word heaven is often seen as a reflection of the sensibilities of the Jewish audience this gospel was directed to, and thus tried to avoid the word God. Most scholars feel the two phrases are theologically identical. Robert Foster rejects this view.[citation needed] He finds the standard explanation hard to believe as Matthew uses the word God many other times and even uses the phrase Kingdom of God four times. Foster argues that to Matthew the two concepts were different. He feels that the word heaven had an important role in Matthew's theology and links the phrase especially to Father in Heaven, which Matthew frequently uses to refer to God. Foster argues that the Kingdom of God represents the earthly domain that Jesus' opponents such as Pharisees thought they resided in, while the Kingdom of Heaven represents the truer spiritual domain of Jesus and his disciples

In the New Testament the Throne of God is talked about in several forms.[5] Including Heaven as the Throne of God, The Throne of David, The Throne of Glory, The Throne of Grace and many more.[5] The New Testament continues Jewish identification of heaven itself as the "throne of God",[6] but also locates the throne of God as "in heaven" and having a second subordinate seat at the Right Hand of God for the Session of Christ.

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2001 Fine Jersey Short Sleeve Men T-Shirt



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Slim fit

Double stitched

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Brother GraffiTee, photo quality

Made in the USA, sweatshop-free

Fabric weight 4.3 oz/yd²




The American Apparel t-shirt is the smoothest and softest t-shirt you'll ever wear. Made of fine jersey, it has a durable, vintage feel. These classic-cut shirts are known for their premium quality, as well as ability to stand up to a washing machine (will keep size and color after many washings). The shirts are 100% fine jersey cotton, except for the heather grey color (90% cotton, 10% polyester). The fine jersey will ensure that it is ideal for screen printing.


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