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Publication Date: 1983-10-25
Few books of its kind written in the past two decades seem so sure of respectful attention from anyone who sseeks to understand, and to reconcile, Christological thinking with the lives we lead.
Follow Me by
Publication Date: 1996-10-15
Who you follow says a lot about you. If you're tired of working to control your life and long to surrender to Jesus, Follow Me will challenge you to examine your life and submit to Christ. Jan Hettinga addresses the roadblocks that keep us from following Christ, including the following: Our mistrust of authority Our fear of giving up control Our unwillingness to face our resistance to God's kingdom
I Believe, I Doubt by
Publication Date: 1998-10-01
Gunther Weber has spent his life in religiou s education. Here he provides a look at all the main areas o f Christian belief, from belief in God and creation to the c oncept of divine revelation, the Bible, Jesus and traditiona l doctrine '
The Secular Experience of God by
Publication Date: 1998-03-01
How equipped are today's religions to cope with secular dilemmas and out of what resources can they respond?Kenneth Cragg begins his exploration of these questions by reviewing several of the "ironies" present in the secular/religious situation. Then follows a discussion of culture, focusing on sexuality as the core of cultural formation in birth, the family, and human relationships. Cragg analyzes the shape of the religious mind as perpetuated in the time and flux of the centuries and, in conclusion, considers the question: In what terms can Christian finality hold in a climate of irreligion, pluralism, and competition from other "authorities" of revelation?Kenneth Cragg has written widely on the theology and history of Islam, Middle East Christianity, Christian theology, and interreligious dialogue. In addition to teaching in universities and graduate schools of theology in Great Britain, the Middle East, and North America, he also served as Assistant Bishop of the Anglican Church in Jerusalem.