Category: Christian Theology

  • Download Jesus and the Reign of God by C.S. Song PDF

    By C.S. Song

    Song's theology is a startling rebuke to Christologies based both in historical-critical searches or church doctrines. For music, theology is the biography of God, and God's reign is clear in tales of God's saving presence in Jesus. The reign of God in Jesus "becomes take place via hobbies of individuals to be loose from the shackles of the prior, to alter the established order of the current, and to have a task to play within the arrival of the future."
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  • Download The Spirit World: Deliver Us From Evil by Lorna Singh PDF

    By Lorna Singh

    How does the Spirit global operate?

    Spirits engage each day with our global, frequently undetected. The Bible provides a transparent description in their operations which regularly is going unheeded and so a few innovations utilized in bringing deliverance are unscriptural or even from time to time risky. This ebook investigates Biblical money owed, deals useful directions and info occasions skilled in gentle of Scripture in the course of deliverance and counseling.
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  • Download Consuming Glory: A Classical Defense of Divine-Human by Gannon Murphy,Clark H. Pinnock PDF

    By Gannon Murphy,Clark H. Pinnock

    within the past due Nineties, "Open Theism" took the theological international by means of typhoon. endorsed via numerous sought after theologians, between them Clark H. Pinnock, the view argues that people can't have a real dating with God if God possesses what classical theology has affirmed to be exhaustive foreknowledge of destiny occasions. Such foreknowledge, open theists declare, may make human freedom (and salvation itself) meaningless and divine strength similar to little greater than meaningless, cosmic puppeteering.

    While a number of works have taken the $64000 step of addressing open theisms scriptural deficiencies in its denial of Gods foreknowledge, none have handled the important factor of divine-human relationality and the way it may be understood in a classical, orthodox framework that continues such foreknowledge. eating Glory treatments that lack via first delivering a clean critique of open theism utilizing Clark Pinnock's model of it as consultant, yet then providing a reconstruction of divine-human relationality founded at the Biblical precept of Christus in nobis (Christ in us).

    Christus in nobis is coupled with an outworking of meticulous divine windfall that serves Gods personal self-glorifying orientation. It reverses the relational ordering recommended in open theism through grounding human love of God theologically instead of anthropologically. Love of God and divine-human relationality is tested accurately since it is Gods personal self-love that's providentially given to us and hence reciprocated as believers are introduced into adoptive communion with the Triune Godhead. Drawing on varied assets during the corpus of historic theology, Murphy concludes that divine-human relationality may be summarized as God delighting in himself, in us.

    'This paintings isn't really purely a critique of [open theist] Clark Pinnock, and nor is it a re-assertion of traditionalist Evangelical theology within the face of open theism. whereas convincingly out-flanking Pinnock and delivering his personal unique view of divine-human relationality, Murphy monitors a level of argumentative precision and a spotlight to the depths of the culture which a long way surpasses Pinnock's paintings. He offers a clean contribution to the talk about the doctrine of God so one can be of curiosity to a large constituency. This ebook is to be very warmly welcomed.'

    Dr. Simon Oliver
    Associate Professor of Systematic Theology
    University of Wales, Lampeter

    Gannon Murphy holds a Ph.D. in Theology from the college of Wales, Lampeter, and an M.A. in Theological reports from Bethel Theological Seminary. he's the writer of Voices of cause in Christian heritage: the nice Apologists, Their Lives and Legacies.
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  • Download Relating Faith by Robert Knowles PDF

    By Robert Knowles

    This stimulating e-book features a collection of reflections that goal to motivate us to process concerns within the church and in existence more and more via engagement with the biblical texts. the writer argues that Western Christians are usually starved of biblical content material of their neighborhood church contexts. He believes that the Bible is quintessential to development Christian and church identification, inspiration, and existence, and that
    the biblical texts, delivered to existence by means of the Holy Spirit, themselves play a significant position in Christian formation. during this approach, then, Robert Knowles locates biblical formation squarely on the centre of our relations with God and with each one other.
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  • Download Relentless Love: God's Faithfulness In The Face of Human by Lisa Harper PDF

    By Lisa Harper

    Are you prepared to be discovered? Open the pages of this booklet, and open your listen to His relentless love.

    If you're sincere sufficient to confess that you just are usually not ideal, this publication will consultant you to a Redeemer whose love for you isn't really certain by way of your habit. if you want to know that God's love will stay steadfast and true—no topic what—this publication is for you. he's pursuing you at this very moment.
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  • Download Faith, Freedom and the Spirit: The Economic Trinity in by Paul D. Molnar PDF

    By Paul D. Molnar

    distinct student Paul Molnar provides to his earlier paintings, Divine Freedom and the Doctrine of the Immanent Trinity, to aid us imagine extra effectively in regards to the monetary Trinity, approximately divine and human interplay within the sphere of religion and information inside of background. Exploring why it's significant to start and finish theology from inside religion, Molnar is dependent upon the taking into consideration Karl Barth and of Thomas F. Torrance in discussion with different modern theologians (Catholic and Protestant) approximately divine and human freedom.

    Powerfully argued and meticulously documented, Molnar's magisterial examine starts with an intensive dialogue of the function of religion in figuring out God and in on the subject of God in and during his incarnate observe and therefore in the course of the Holy Spirit. From there he proceeds to contemplate the divine freedom once more because the foundation for precise human freedom, discussing how and why a safely functioning pneumatology will result in an correctly theological realizing of Gods activities in the financial system. He considers perils of embracing a historicized Christology, presenting an alternate manner of knowing the relationship among time and eternity that's christologically concentrated and pneumatologically trained. and at last, he discusses at size how the doctrine of justification via religion pertains to dwelling the Christian lifestyles within the strength of the Holy Spirit and the economic system of grace.
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  • Download A Matter of Days: Resolving a Creation Controversy by Hugh Ross PDF

    By Hugh Ross

    How lengthy have been the construction days of Genesis—hours or epochs? Does trust in an previous earth equate to think in evolution? used to be there any form of loss of life ahead of the fall?
    The size of the construction days in Genesis sparks a typhoon of controversy. on the middle of this dissension lie key questions, the solutions to which supply desire for answer. Hugh Ross addresses those questions as he explores how the creation-day controversy developed.

    Updated variation with over 50 pages of recent content!
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  • Download How to Be an Atheist (Foreword by J. P. Moreland): Why Many by Mitch Stokes,J. P. Moreland PDF

    By Mitch Stokes,J. P. Moreland

    Atheists speak much in regards to the significance of skepticism. however the fact is, they are not approximately skeptical enough.

    While atheists champion the significance of a severe stance towards faith, they typically fail to take that very same stance towards their very own ideals. This double general ends up in grandiose claims concerning the walk in the park in their unbelief—which is logically inconsistent at top and intellectually cheating at worst. Turning atheists’ skepticism round all alone naturalist worldview, thinker Mitch Stokes significantly examines issues that such skeptics carry dear—science and morality—and finds deep inconsistencies between their so much adored ideals, inconsistencies that threaten to undo atheism itself. 

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