the life of jesus for today
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|Book Title||: The Message of Jesus for the Life of Today a Programme of Fellowship in Thought for Study Groups of Men and Young People|
|Author||: Thomas, Ernest|
|Publisher||: Board of Evangelism and Social Service of the United Church of Canada|
|Release Date||: 1931|
|Available Language||: English, Spanish, And French|
A low-cost outreach edition of the Gospel of John with application notes throughout, as well as guides to the Apostles' Creed and the Lord's Prayer.
In the pages of this small book, readers will find the most significant story in all of history--God's plan to save all who put their trust in him. This is a low-cost outreach edition of the Gospel of John developed as a tool to spread the real hope of salvation to seekers and new believers. Hope for Today answers some of the most common questions about Jesus and presents the basics of the Christian faith. The entire text of the Gospel of John is accompanied by notes of explanation and application, an explanation of the three articles of the Apostles' Creed, and a guide to the Lord's Prayer.
Jesus' life and teaching are examined and linked with contemporary issues to encourage students to reflect thoughtfully about Jesus and his significance. A complete topic on each double-page spread Activities to encourage students to make links between their own experiences and those encountered in religions Factual information to ensure depth as well as breadth of knowledge Colourful illustrations, diagrams and stunning photographs bring religions to life
This book presents the life and work of the New Testament's premier missionary, the apostle Paul. It surveys his "pre-Christian life," his conversion and call, and his missionary activities, noting the pivotal events that marked his relationship with the congregations he founded and with the Jerusalem church. Vander Broek focuses on Paul's life and labors but also provides important and relevant discussions of how the life of Paul speaks to Christian faith today. This book will be of much interest to contemporary church groups and individuals who are interested in how the church's most important early missionary continues to impact Christian lives. Questions for discussion are included.
Jesus' identity is not simply "out there" to be discovered scientifically. Jesus' identity is shaped historically in believers' experience with him. Interpretation of Jesus of Nazareth, the significance of Jesus Christ, and Christian identity operate and interact in the same fashion as the hermeneutical circle. These elements simultaneously call forth and justify themselves and each other. This book addresses twenty-first-century Christians who are challenged intellectually and spiritually to read the Gospels' story of Jesus in light of what contemporary scholarship offers for understanding the first-century prophet from Nazareth, the founder of the Christian movement. he data and relational sequences discovered by "modern" categories of historiography are enriched by a higher ordering, a mentality that includes but is not limited to our usual charting.