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Jesus Family Values

Author : Deirdre Good
ISBN : 9781596270275
Genre : Religion
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What are Christian family values, why are there so many interpretationsof what Jesus actually taught and said, and which biblicalvalues should guide our lives? Many people claim to know whatJesus would say or do in the kinds of ethical dilemmas we facetoday, but applying "traditional" Christian values out of contextactually sells Jesus' teachings short.Through careful attention to the words and stories of Matthew, Luke, Mark, and John, and the letters of Paul, Deirdre Goodprovides an ideal method for learning what the Bible has to sayto our communities and households today.
Category: Religion

Faith Commander

Author : Korie Robertson
ISBN : 0310821126
Genre : Religion
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Join the Robertson family of AandE's hit television show, Duck Dynasty, on a wild ride through five of the Bible's most-loved parables. In this five-session, video-based small group Bible study, you and your small group will learn how to build a legacy of faith and apply faith-based family values to every aspect of their lives.With their trademark humor and a whole bunch of adventure, Willie and the gang will lead individuals, families, and whole churches through this five-session adventure. This study guide includes video notes, discussion questions, and in-between personal studies.The five sessions include:Radical Forgiveness (Matthew 18: 21-35 -- Unmerciful Servant)Rowdy Kindness (Luke 10: 25-37 -- Good Samaritan)Real Obedience (Matthew 21:28-32 -- The Two Sons)Raging Thankfulness (Luke 17:11-19 -- The Ten Men with Leprosy)Redonkulous Faith (Luke 17:1-6 -- The Mustard Seed)
Category: Religion

Biblical Religion And Family Values

Author : Jay Newman
ISBN : 0275971376
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Examines the relationship between religion and the family as fundamental forms of culture.
Category: Family & Relationships

Rainbow Family Values

Author : Michael S. Piazza
ISBN : 1887129022
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Category: Family & Relationships

Faith Commander Teen Edition

Author : Korie Robertson
ISBN : 9780310824145
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 73.25 MB
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The Robertson Family Helps You Build a Faith-Shaped Life … Join Korie Robertson and Chrys Howard as they tell stories of the Robertson teenagers of the hit television show, Duck Dynasty®, and discuss five of the Bible’s most-loved parables. You will learn how to build a legacy of faith and apply five faith-shaped values to your life. With their trademark humor and commitment to faith in Jesus, the Robertson family will challenge you to live a new kind of life. The five chapters are: Redonkulous Faith Radical Forgiveness Ravenous Prayer Real Obedience Rowdy Kindness Designed for use with the Faith Commander Teen Edition Video Study (sold separately).
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Raising Passionate Jesus Followers

Author : Phil Comer
ISBN : 9780310347781
Genre : Religion
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For Christian parents, there is no greater joy than seeing their children learn to walk with the Lord. And there is no greater fear than that their children will walk away from God. After serving together in pastoral ministry for forty years, Phil and Diane Comer know those hopes and fears well. Thirty-seven years ago, they became parents themselves. And like all new parents, they were intimidated and unsure about how to take on the task of spiritually training their young children. Now, with all four of their children grown and establishing their own households of faith, Phil and Diane have embarked on a quest to help the next generation of parents raise passionate Jesus followers. Drawing on years of pastoral counseling, teaching, leading, and decades of watching families from the perspective of pastors and leaders in ministry, Phil and Diane instruct, guide, encourage, and offer hope and practical help to Christian parents. Raising Passionate Jesus Followersis a manual full of practical, biblically based guidelines that parents will be able to turn to again and again through each stage of their children’s development. Starting at birth, into grade school, through the daunting teenage years, to launching them into college, and finally letting go, this book contains the why’s and the how’s parents need. This book will serve as an invaluable resource for any parent whose greatest longing is to shepherd their children into a vibrant faith in God.
Category: Religion

If The Church Were Christian

Author : Philip Gulley
ISBN : 9780061968228
Genre : Religion
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“[Philip Gulley’s] vision of Christianity is grounded, gripping, and filled with uncommon sense. He is building bridges instead of boundaries, and such wisdom is surely needed now.” —Richard Rohr, O.F.M, author of Everything Belongs Quaker minister Philip Gulley, author of If Grace Is True and If God Is Love, returns with If the Church Were Christian: a challenging and thought-provoking examination of the author’s vision for today’s church… if Christians truly followed the core values of Jesus Christ. Fans of Shane Claiborne, Rob Bell, and unChristian will find much to discuss in If the Church Were Christian, as will anyone interested in the future of this institution.
Category: Religion

Jesus Of Hollywood

Author : Adele Reinhartz
ISBN : 0199724857
Genre : Religion
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Since the advent of the cinema, Jesus has frequently appeared in our movie houses and on our television screens. Indeed, it may well be that more people worldwide know about Jesus and his life story from the movies than from any other medium. Indeed, Jesus' story has been adapted dozens of times throughout the history of commercial cinema, from the 1912 silent From the Manger to the Cross to Mel Gibson's 2004 The Passion of the Christ. No doubt there are more to come. Drawing on a broad range of movies, biblical scholar Adele Reinhartz traces the way in which Jesus of Nazareth has become Jesus of Hollywood. She argues that Jesus films both reflect and influence cultural perceptions of Jesus and the other figures in his story. She focuses on the cinematic interpretation of Jesus' relationships with the key people in his life: his family, his friends, and his foes. She examines how these films address theological issues, such as Jesus' identity as both human and divine, political issues, such as the role of the individual in society and the possibility of freedom under political oppression, social issues, such as gender roles and hierarchies, and personal issues, such as the nature of friendship and human sexuality. Reinhartz's study of Jesus' celluloid incarnations shows how Jesus movies reshape the past in the image of the present. Despite society's profound interest in Jesus as a religious and historical figure, Jesus movies are fascinating not as history but as mirrors of the concerns, anxieties, and values of our own era. As the story of Jesus continues to capture the imagination of filmmakers and moviegoers, he remains as significant a cultural figure today as he was 2000 years ago.
Category: Religion

Jesus Or Nietzsche

Author : Raymond Angelo Belliotti
ISBN : 9789401209250
Genre : Philosophy
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This book reconstructs the cornerstones of Jesus’s moral teachings about how to lead a good, even exemplary, human life. It does so in a way that is compatible with the most prominent, competing versions of the historical Jesus. The work also contrast Jesus’ understanding of the best way to lead our lives with that of Friedrich Nietzsche. Both Jesus and Nietzsche were self-consciously moral revolutionaries. Jesus refashioned the imperatives of Jewish law to conform to what he was firmly convinced was the divine will. Nietzsche aspired to transvalue the dominant values of his time —which themselves were influenced greatly by Christianity— in service of what he took to be a higher vision. The interplay of these radical versions of the good human life, seasoned with critical commentary emerging from modern findings in the sciences and humanities, opens possibilities and lines of inquiry that can inform our choices in answering that enduring, paramount question, “How should we live our lives?”
Category: Philosophy