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God Reconsidered by Scott S. Smith
God Reconsidered: Searching for Truth in the Battle Between Atheism and Religion takes a provocative look at the greatest mysteries of life: Why are we here on earth? Why is there so much seemingly meaningless suffering? Why do religions disagree so much if God cares about us? Is there evidence for God? In a careful, balanced, and penetrating analysis of the competing philosophies, Scott S. Smith, an internationally-known business writer, brings his investigative skills to the challenge of separating the truth from the misinformation. The conclusions, one reviewer said, are "absolutely shocking," while another said these made the book "highly recommended."
God Reconsidered by Albert Truesdale
Process theology means different things to different people. For some, process theology enriches the way Christians understand God and His relationship to the world. It brings clarity to Christian doctrine for both believers and nonbelievers alike.But for others, process theology offers a dangerous alternative to traditional Christianity. It borrows heavily from process philosophy and severely detracts from the idea of an all-powerful God.God Reconsidered examines both of these views. The contributors to this text are ’translators’ of process theology, insightfully exploring the claims for and against this approach to Christian faith. Each writer is a trained theologian who adds a unique touch to the discussion. Together, they seek to shed light on the question, Is process theology a good fit for Christianity?Written in clear and concise language, this engaging conversation invites readers and scholars to reexamine their view on process theology and encourages them to continue the conversation on this powerful and important topic in theology.
Everything You Always Wanted To Know About God by Eric Metaxas
Drawing from solid scriptural truth, a humorist and cultural commentator presents a delightful book filled with humor and fascinating facts that answers a vast array of questions about God. Original.
Kierkegaard S Relations To Hegel Reconsidered by Jon Stewart
A major re-evaluation of the complex relations between the philosophies of Kierkegaard and Hegel.
Homilies On Genesis 18 45 by Saint John Chrysostom
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Edward Irving Reconsidered by David Malcolm Bennett
Samuel Taylor Coleridge called Edward Irving "a minister of Christ, after the order of Paul." Edward Irving was a great preacher, probably the best in Georgian Britain. He was also a profound theologian and a caring pastor. Yet, it is a strange fact of history that this Paul-like "minister of Christ" was eventually removed from the church he had made famous, unfairly expelled from his denomination for heresy, and at the end of his brief life, was demoted in the sect that emerged from his ministry. Towards the end of Irving's life, charismatic gifts emerged in his church amidst great controversy. He had already developed a theological rationale for such gifting, and his extensive teaching on spiritual gifts is still widely consulted today. Edward Irving was and is a controversial figure. It is time that his life, ministry, and teaching were reconsidered. Who was Edward Irving? How did he live? What made him outstanding? What made him so controversial? What is his legacy? These are the questions answered in Edward Irving Reconsidered. It is a compelling story, as sad as it is powerful.
Basic Bible Foundations by Minnie Knox Plummer
Now is the time that everyone becomes Bible literate. Now is the time that we become prosperous and successful. We do this by going back to our basic and build a foundation in Gods word We build this foundation by studying the thirty-nine books of the Old Testament which provides the foundation for the whole Bible. In order to be prosperous and successful Joshua 1: S tells us: This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth but you shall meditate in it day and night that you may observe to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous and then you will have good success. We must know what is revealed to move to what is fulfilled. This textbook and study guide will assist students in becoming literate in Old Testament scriptures and assist students in understanding Old Testaments Mets and events in a continued sequence. The textbook and study guide has 57 lessons with questions and focus verses after each lesson- There are Literary Charts and maps of the various important events and answers to all lesson questions are located at the end of the book.. The Textbook and Study guide are designed to be used to assist an individual, a small Bible study group, a Bible School a Sunday School class, a large or small private or Parochial school class and a Beginning class of Testament 1.01 in college or Seminary
Justification Reconsidered by Stephen Westerholm
Much has been written of late about what the apostle Paul really meant when he spoke of justification by faith, not the works of the law. This short study by Stephen Westerholm carefully examines proposals on the subject by Krister Stendahl, E. P. Sanders, Heikki Raisanen, N. T. Wright, James D. G. Dunn, and Douglas A. Campbell. In doing so, Westerholm notes weaknesses in traditional understandings that have provoked the more recent proposals, but he also points out areas in which the latter fail to do justice to the apostle. Readers of this book will gain not only a better grasp of the ongoing theological debate about justification but also a more nuanced overall understanding of Paul.
Robert Boyle Reconsidered by Michael Hunter
This book presents a new view of Robert Boyle (1627-91), the leading British scientist in the generation before Newton. It comprises a series of essays by scholars from Europe and North America that scrutinize Boyle's writing on science, philosophy and theology, bringing out the subtlety and complexity of his ideas. Particular attention is given to Boyle's interest in alchemy and to other facets of his ideas that might initially seem surprising in a leading advocate of the mechanical philosophy. Many of the essays use material from among Boyle's extensive manuscripts, which have recently been catalogued for the first time. The introduction surveys the state of Boyle studies and deploys the findings of the essays to offer a reevaluation of Boyle. The book also includes a complete bibliography of writings on Boyle since 1940.
Universal Morality Reconsidered by Joseph Bankard
Like many contemporary issues, moral discourse finds itself in the middle of a great divide. On one side of the chasm sits much of contemporary Western philosophy, moral psychology and the social sciences, which often view morality as a purely natural phenomenon. This view argues that human morality can be fully explained by appealing to naturalistic processes such as kin selection, reciprocal altruism, cultural evolution, and various models of social contract theory. In this context, God's e...