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Covenant And Conversation

Author : Jonathan Sacks
ISBN : 9781592640201
Genre : Religion
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A Weekly Reading of the Jewish Bible.
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The Mystery Of Grace In The Baptism Of Our Children Stapled Booklet

Author : Bart Garrett
ISBN : 9781597528481
Genre : Religion
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For 2000 years, most Christians have participated in the ritual of baptism. Yet for many people today, whether they are Christian or otherwise, baptism remains a mystery. What does it mean? Why do many Christians baptize their young children while others do not? Why do some fully immerse in water while others simply sprinkle it upon the head? Most importantly, how does the act of baptism lavish the grace of God upon us, and how is its symbol significant for those who walk the way of Jesus? Consider this work to be an exploration of these questions.
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The Covenant In Action

Author : Tavis Smiley
ISBN : 9781458756411
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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The Covenant in Action was developed to continue the inspirational spirit of the COVENANT WITH BLACK AMERICA and to empower people to take effective action to achieve THE COVENANT goals. The information, tools, and ideas presented in The Covenant in Action will enable and inspire people to become agents of change in their respective communities and to become partners in a larger COVENANT movement. The Covenant in Action is organized into three parts: (1) stories about the projects and actions that everyday people have undertaken over the past year that were inspired by the COVENANT WITH BLACK AMERICA; (2) motivational essays from young Black activists who are on the ground impacting their environments; and (3) a toolkit outlining steps you can take to organize, connect, and act. The toolkit contains not only traditional action strategies, but includes innovative approaches to organizing and community building that will result in stronger, more bonded communities that are reflective of their history and past experiences. The COVENANT WITH BLACK AMERICA was only the first step. The Covenant in Action toolkit will prime and prepare individuals and communities to actually move the COVENANT book into action.
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The Covenant Book

Author : Bruce Taylor
ISBN : 9781432795016
Genre : Bibles
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Finally, an understanding of spiritual reality for the non-religious….. The Covenant Book is sure to change the lives of multitudes around the world through a unique and fresh approach to spiritual understanding. Bruce Taylor, one of today’s astute spiritual teachers issues a timely and sobering call back to the understanding of humanity’s fallen spiritual state, and the Redemption provided to correct it. In The Covenant Book, Taylor skillfully blends gifted teaching, popular culture, science, and spiritual tutoring 101 into a message revealing the necessity of profound introspection regarding one’s world view and man’s eternal destiny. It is a blueprint for life through practical understanding of spiritual reality. It delivers, and it does so through exploring the revolutionary way God reveals His Love for Man via a Redemption plan of Grace. Taylor compellingly argues for getting to know God through approaching Him in the way God provides via Covenant and not the usual potpourri of man made religions. He clearly reveals how the average person who knows nothing about God or religion can grasp the reality of where God is, what He is doing, and how each of us can experience Him in our lives today. Masterfully capturing the nature of God and His dealings with man through a unique behind-the–scenes approach, he provides a fresh view of how God sees man today through love and redemption. It’s a message of great hope for humanity.
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The weekly source of African American political and entertainment news.

God Under Our Skin

Author : Charles D. Barrett
ISBN : 1598001604
Genre : Religion
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The Word became flesh and blood, and moved into the neighborhood. The God of Christians, as Pascal noted, is not the God of philosophers but the gritty God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. He is finally and pivotally a God who embodies Himself in human flesh and bone--who in Jesus of Nazareth gets under our skin. In the belief that every generation of Christians has to deal anew with this Christ who is God's audacious and gracious intrusion into human time, and in the hope that seekers and people of faith may sense more vividly and effectively the ways he would come alive today, this book examines the ways Christ has come alive time after time in the minds, imaginations, and lives of earlier generations.
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Covenant Marriage

Author : Gary D. Chapman
ISBN : 9780805425765
Genre : Family & Relationships
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In this new book, the bestselling author of "The Five Love Languages" shows how communication and intimacy are two of the most important aspects in developing a successful Covenant Marriage.
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The Power Of The Blood Covenant

Author : Malcolm Smith
ISBN : 9781577948162
Genre : Religion
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Starting with the first chapter titled Something's Missing, your readers will be launched into an explosive, yet motivating, revelation of a deeper truth: that all of Christianity centers around the power of the New Covenant. The result will be a generation of readers who delve deeper into the origins of Christianity only to discover a power able to transform their lives today!
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The New Interpreter S Bible

Author : Abingdon Press
ISBN : 0687278198
Genre : Bibles
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Volume VI includes: 'в Introduction to Prophetic Literature, by David L. Petersen 'в Isaiah 1'39, Gene M. Tucker 'в Isaiah 40'66, by Christopher R. Seitz 'в Jeremiah, by Patrick D. Miller 'в Baruch and the Letter of Jeremiah, by Anthony J. Saldarini 'в Lamentations, by Kathleen M. O'Connor 'в Ezekiel, by Katheryn Pfisterer Darr KEY FEATURES: 'в Easy-to-use format'detailed, critical Commentary and Reflections (a detailed exposition growing directly out of the Commentary) 'в Coverage of the entire Bible in twelve volumes 'в Includes the Apocryphal/ Deuterocanonical books 'в New material specifically prepared to meet the needs of today's preachers, teachers, and students of the Bible 'в The biblical text is divided into coherent and natural units 'в The ecumenical roster of contributors includes top scholars and emerging new voices 'в Contributors draw upon a variety of approaches 'в Numerous visual aids (illustrations, maps, charts, timelines) enhance understanding and ease of use 'в Introductions to each biblical book cover essential historical, literary, sociocultural, and theological issues 'в The full texts and critical notes of the New International Versionо and the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible are presented in parallel columns for quick reference and comparison.Download The NIB Vol. 6 Errata Sheet
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Loving To Know

Author : Esther Lightcap Meek
ISBN : 9781621893165
Genre : Religion
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Knowing is less about information and more about transformation; less about comprehension and more about being apprehended. This radical book develops the notion of covenant epistemology--an innovative, biblically compatible, holistic, embodied, life-shaping epistemological vision in which all knowing takes the shape of interpersonal, covenantal relationship. Rather than knowing in order to love, we love in order to know. Meek argues that all knowing is best understood as transformative encounter. Creatively blending insights from a diverse range of conversation partners--including Michael Polanyi, Michael D. Williams, Lesslie Newbigin, Parker Palmer, John Macmurray, Martin Buber, and James Loder--Meek offers critically needed epistemological therapy in response to the pervasive and damaging presumptions that those in Western culture continue to bring to efforts to know. The book's innovative approach--an unfolding journey of discovery-through-dialogue--itself subverts standard epistemological presumptions of timeless linearity. While it offers a sustained and sophisticated philosophical argument, Loving to Know's texts and textures interweave loosely to effect therapeutic epistemic transformation in the reader.
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