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What On Earth Is God Up To

Author : J. L. Hendricks
ISBN : 9781607918318
Genre : Religion
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This book examines six major passages of scripture dealing with the second coming within their context. Included in this is an overview of the Book of Revelation. Most books on the subject bounce from verse to verse making the study of end-time prophecy difficult to follow. The subject of the second coming and the rapture has proven to be confusing to many, but, by keeping the pasages in focus, the reader can more easily follow what the Lord and the Apostles are teaching. In this book, two primary teachings are dealt with: the rapture and how it impacts the future role of Jewish people with the Gospel of Christ. Understanding when the rapture occurs: before, during, or after the Great Tribulation is crucial to our undestanding of what God has planned for Israel in the coming future. If we don't understand the timing of the rapture, we absolutely cannot understand the future role of Israel in the Kingdom of God. If we don't understand Israel, we cannot adequately understand the Second Coming of Christ and its related events. Also addressed in this book is the emerging Messianic movement within Christianity; what role it will come to play in the gospel, and what some of the issues are confronting the movement. J.L. Hendricks has been a pastor for over forty-five years. He and his wife Barbara have four married children and nine grandchildren who are all actively involved in the Lord's work. Currently, pastor Hendricks is director of Israel's Fullness, a ministry seeking to take the gospel to both Jews and Gentiles. In 1990, he co-founded a national Messianic fellowship. His efforts in taking the gospel to Jewish people became the foundation for the writing of this book.
Category: Religion

Who On Earth Is God

Author : Neil Richardson
ISBN : 9780567466013
Genre : Religion
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How should we understand the God of the Bible? How do we make sense of God's apparently changing character in the Bible theologically? God is not obvious - unlike all the animate and inanimate objects which we can see around us. God does not appear to fulfill any useful purpose; what is God for or about? Is God just a mystery? Or a problem? Or both? In Who On Earth is God?: Making Sense of God in the Bible Neil Richardson provides the answers to these fascinating questions. Richardson tackles the hard issues surrounding some of the more problematic passages head on, looking at divine anger, violence and jealousy, and suggesting how these can be interpreted. The book engages with the difficult questions posed by contemporary issues, and the 'new atheism' pioneered by popular writers such as Richard Dawkins. This takes discussion 'beyond the bible' into later developments in thought, and notions of God in a post-modern context. This is an indispensable guide for people with or without faith, wrestling with these difficult, and eternal, questions and themes.
Category: Religion

The Living God On Earth

Author : Prahalad Rao
Genre : Self-Help
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For over a decade now, the country has been witnessing rising disharmony in the lifestyle of youngsters, worst affected of whom are the aspiring students for higher studies. Love affairs, marital discord, social tensions, ideological conflicts among different faiths, castes, creeds, working executives, crimes against women, infanticide, etc. are driving them to a state of desperation and frustration, birthing negativity. All of the above ills are considered as reasons for the development of psychological, physiological, and social conflicts and confrontations within relationships, society, educational institutions, working environments, and so on. A sense of solitude and desertion seems to be enveloping today's youngsters and teenagers, pushing them to the extreme end of life – suicide. This is attributable to the loss of self-belief coupled with the pressure to have an edge over others in competitive spheres of life. Another hugely disturbing factor is that school-going kids are resorting to extreme steps in life due to failure in examinations and other such disgracing circumstances brought upon them in general, mostly occurring in schools. They belong to a different age and, of late, their levels of sensitivity have sharply risen in their comparative self-analysis. The author, Prahalad Rao, is an ordinary person who believes in himself and GOD, the Qualities of God as written in the Holy Scriptures and recited daily by all the Faiths that insulate a person from becoming a victim of negativity and give new hope for appreciating the essence, purpose and meaning of life – to struggle and succeed. Struggling itself is a way of life for different people in different ways; it includes spiritual and physical, the combination of which creates a sense of self-respect – the foundation for human survival. The author found it obligatory to wake them up through the ways and means GOD has created for humans. The author believes the book will reawaken self-belief, self-faith, self-confidence, and self-conviction by sensitising oneself to what is hidden within one's SELF which can become a GLOW to appreciate life and the beauteous nature that enables the birth of POSITIVITY IN LIFE.
Category: Self-Help

How On Earth Did Jesus Become A God

Author : Larry W. Hurtado
ISBN : 0802828612
Genre : Religion
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In How on Earth Did Jesus Become a God? Larry Hurtado investigates the intense devotion to Jesus that emerged with surprising speed after his death. Reverence for Jesus among early Christians, notes Hurtado, included both grand claims about Jesus' significance and a pattern of devotional practices that effectively treated him as divine. This book argues that whatever one makes of such devotion to Jesus, the subject deserves serious historical consideration. Mapping out the lively current debate about Jesus, Hurtado explains the evidence, issues, and positions at stake. He goes on to treat the opposition to -- and severe costs of -- worshiping Jesus, the history of incorporating such devotion into Jewish monotheism, and the role of religious experience in Christianity's development out of Judaism. The follow-up to Hurtado's award-winningLord Jesus Christ (2003), this book provides compelling answers to queries about the development of the church's belief in the divinity of Jesus.
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Prayers That Release Heaven On Earth

Author : John Eckhardt
ISBN : 9781616380038
Genre : Religion
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Written in the style of Prayers That Rout Demons, this book provides teaching about God's plan to establish his kingdom on earth.
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What On Earth Is God Doing For Heavens Sake

Author : Dewey (Bud) Gardner
ISBN : 1946801801
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"What are we here for and what is everything all about?" Small questions that require a big response thought Sam Baird, as his son John asks him these questions. Given what the eight-year-old had recently experienced, his mother's death from cancer, Sam knew that questions about life and death would come about. Yet this was just the start of a life-changing adventure into God, Jesus and biblical scripture for both Sam and John in the Christian novel, The Answer to Life's Questions, by Dewey Gardner. As the two begin to find answers in the Bible pertaining to God's plan for redemption and becoming new creations in Jesus Christ, Dewey uses their in depth conversations to unveil valuable lessons about God's purposes for life. As the father teaches his son about God, Dewey instructs readers on the truths for why God allows suffering and getting abundant life, free from sin, through Jesus.

God Who Walked On Earth

Author : Rangaswami Parthasarathy
ISBN : 9788120790742
Genre : Religion
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Who was Sai Baba? Where did he come from and what was his message? How and why was he worshipped as a God? Who were his disciples and why were they attracted to him? What do his devotees, numbering millions all over the country, think of his lilas? Have they experienced his compassion, and received succour and relief in their hour of need? These questions are answered in this biography of a living God who charmed and captured the hearts of people from all walks of life, of all religions, rich and poor, the learned and the illiterate. Many books have been written about Sai Baba of Shirdi but this one is different. For the first time a comprehensive and objective account of the life and times of Sai Baba is given in simple and easy to-understand language without omitting any aspect of Baba’s life and his philosophy. The book presents an absorbing story of a man who came to Shirdi as a fakir, was teased by children and frowned upon by sceptical villagers and remained to reign as a spiritual leader, the greatest saint of all times. He became a god who walked on earth. It is a book which every Sai devotee would like to possess as a Bible of Baba’s teachings and a remembrance of the great Master whose idol or portrait adorns the prayer rooms of millions of homes throughtout the country.
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The Earth Is God S

Author : William Dyrness
ISBN : 9781592447954
Genre : Religion
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Noting that Christians in the 20th century have not been able to make up their minds whether God and our corporate lives have anything to do with each other, Dyrness explores the century's theological trends. Citing the impact of contemporary hermeneutics, Dyrness shows how the Bible still functions as a master narrative wherein Christians can find themselves. Dyrness addresses various aspects of contemporary culture, constructing a theology of embodiment that connects culture and worship in concrete ways. For all those concerned with issues of religion and culture, particularly of the raging Culture Wars, 'The Earth is God's' offers an informed Evangelical view that is at once balanced and hopeful.
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The Church School Journal

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ISBN : UIUC:30112087629504
Genre : Religious education
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God S Good Earth

Author : Anne Rowthorn
ISBN : 9780814644362
Genre : Religion
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God’s Good Earth offers Christians and their communities an engaging resource for prayer, reflection, and worship that reflects and nourishes their efforts to serve God and care for God’s creation. Compilers Anne and Jeffery Rowthorn have prepared 52 beautiful, ready-made prayer services, each around a specific theme, drawing from a rich variety of ecumenical resources: psalms and other responsive readings, Scripture, hymns, prayers, and reflections from the world's most engaging nature writers and interpreters of the social and cultural landscape. Each section can be used in full, or the user may select smaller sections; permission is granted to the purchaser to reproduce for use in public prayer. God's Good Earth forms hearts and minds to know that transformation is not only possible but essential if the Earth is to survive, healthy and whole. Those who enter into the book’s praise and prayer will have their faith in God the Creator strengthened, their gratitude for the wonders of God's creation deepened, and their commitment to act on behalf of God's good earth enhanced. The print edition is printed with high production standards on recycled, FSC-certified paper.
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