5 edition of Exploring the faith we share found in the catalog.
Exploring the faith we share
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Glenn C. Stone and Charles LaFontaine ; [with a foreword by George Lindbeck & Avery Dulles].|
|Contributions||Stone, Glenn C., LaFontaine, Charles.|
|LC Classifications||BX8063.7.C3 E94|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 124 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||79092856|
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In the classic Fahrenheit , Ray Bradbury paints a picture of a future world where firefighters start fires, rather than put them out—fires created with burning books because intellectual pursuits are d of growing and being stimulated by reading and exploring the world, society is pacified, encouraged to watch their “family” on television, programming designed to foster. They create space in which to ask new questions. In the volley between questions and answers we pull back the layers that make us human —that make us alive — that make us yearn for intimacy with God. When we keep asking questions, we are beginning to look more deeply at ourselves and move closer to the One who made us.
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Exploring the faith we share. [Glenn C Stone; Ch Lafontaine;] -- A practical discussion guide for Christians in parishes and communities to explore the issues that both divide and unite them.
It takes some of the topics that have engaged theologians and brings. This is a very helpful addition to the (thankfully) growing number of books on church eldership. In now standard works, writers like Alexander Strauch and Benjamin Merkle have established the normative, biblical pattern of the local church being pastored by a team of pastoral elders (with no one designated as a senior or lead pastor).
Richard Swartley has added helpful insights regarding the. "Sharing the Faith That You Love is a beautifully written testimony to the New Evangelization.
Solidly rooted in the Catholic tradition and laced with personal stories that give light and energy to John and Therese's words, the book invites the readers to /5(14). In “Faith” Salzberg explores her quest to define, apply, and refine her version of trusting her “deepest experience”: faith. It's a very thoughtful and well written exploration/5.
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It was his text book in college. I read it and it one was one of the best books I have ever read. I was able to find a really good copy for myself and I cant recomend it enough. Get a copy if you can. It explains things about the christian faith that I didnt know and taught me where I was wrong on a number of issues.
Great book!Reviews: 5. " Exploring Psychology and Christian Faith works as both a supplementary text in the classroom and a good general read for anyone interested in a Christian view of human nature through the lens of psychology. This is an integrated, organic approach that helps readers understand their Christianity and their psychology s: A Family of Faith answers this question by exploring the rich heritage and various branches that make up God's family-the church.
Focusing particularly on the evangelical branch, the authors open up the Christian family album, introduce its main characters, and bring the lessons of the past to bear on the present scene-always with the goal of Reviews: 3.
Explore the Book is the result and culmination of a lifetime of dedicated Bible study and exposition on the part of Dr. Baxter. It shows throughout a deep awareness and appreciation of the grand themes of the gospel, as found from the opening book of the Bible through s: Now you can share books on your Kindle to anyone you’d like.
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EXERCISES FOR THE SOUL Those looking for a little guidance in the practice of faith can find a capable coach in Dr. Bernie S. Siegel, a pioneer in mind-body medicine and author of the bestselling Love, Medicine, and Miracles.
A FEW GOOD BOOKS THAT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE Members of explorefaith's editorial board share their must-reads, both ancient and modern. This book is an extremely valuable addition to the study of pastoral leadership of the church. Where a book such as Strauch’s Biblical Eldership provides the necessary doctrinal foundation of church leadership, Swartley builds on that foundation and gives us incredibly helpful insights regarding the nuts and bolts of ‘eldering.’ We get to benefit from this author’s experience and wisdom.
We’re the only English-speaking church in the area, and we see ourselves as missionaries to the expat community. Also, I’m the only one on staff for our church, so I typically have little time left over for additional ministry involvement outside our congregation (and why I can’t always post to this blog as regularly as I’d like).
An interesting inter faith dialogue between three mothers of the three major monotheistic religions of the world ; a Muslim,a Christian and a Jew. Not heavy with religion, the book discusses many questions on faith, God, death, rituals and the like, questions which pop up in the minds of most people/5().
Exploring Our Faith Journeys. Our faith journey—how we view our lives through a lens of faith and where we see God at work in our lives—is a story unique to each individual and constantly being written. The Episcopal Church’s Evangelism Charter asks us to see our lives as a part of God’s greater story.
Most people have not really looked. Exploring Our Christian Faith book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A careful, conservative, thoroughly prepared study of doctri /5(1). This book is an accessible introduction to the main elements of the Catholic faith. Using the lived experience of particular individuals, both historical and more contemporary, it invites the reader to explore the many different aspects of the faith that we share.
Fortunately, the book of Jude sets out several disciplines showing us how to contend for the faith: 1. Build yourself up in the faith (Jude ). We are to keep pressing ourselves to grow spiritually.
A big part of spiritual development involves reading and studying God’s Word so that we know and understand it. When you have questions about your faith, turn to Explore Your Faith —it provides concise, biblical answers to 75 common questions about the Christian faith.
He writes, “The issue of faith arises in almost every area of human existence, so it is important to understand its multiple meanings. In this book, my primary goal is to explore the broader meaning of faith, its far-reaching effect on our lives, and its relationship to past, present, and future events in America and around the world.
A great resource exploring psychology and Christianity: the points of contact, the points of agreement and disagreement, and attempting to make sense of what can and cannot be known. The authors have written the resource so as to help introductory psychology students reconcile their Christian faith with what they are learning from their classes/5(4).Exploring Faith and Discipleship: Selected Reading by n/a and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Exploring Faith and Discipleship: Selected Reading - AbeBooks.