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Roberts Liardon introduces you to six of God's Generals who fought to reestablish the core beliefs of the early church in the atmosphere of oppression, ignorance, and corruption that pervaded the medieval church.
From the Sunsets Department and Geyser Regulation to the Department of Miracles, Heaven Inc has the earth covered. Unless someone is away from their desk. And these days, the CEO is kind of disillusioned. God knows he should be keeping an eye on the bad things happening on Earth, but instead he finds himself watching the Church channels on satellite TV. His first priority is the team of angels he's asked to get Lynyrd Skynyrd back together. Downstairs on the office floor, Eliza has been promoted from the Prayers Department to Miracles, and Craig, the only other workaholic in heaven, has to show her around. Eliza is shocked by the casual attitude of many of the angels in her new department. And she's furious when she discovers that God has never looked at, let alone answered, a single prayer. So she storms into God's office and asks Him a question that no one has ever dared to ask before. And it might just be the end of the world.
This book addresses one of the oldest questions posed to religious believers: if God made everything, who made God? Most recently levelled by the New Atheists, the question was asked in ancient Greece and has preoccupied religious believers in the centuries since. Here, renowned scholar Robert Banks explores the history of the objection - from its earliest vocalization in the ancient world to its most famous opponents, Freud, Marx, and others. Ideal for anyone with a general interest in new atheism, for those studying religion, or wanting to sort out what (if any) elements of their idea of God are man-made.
If God were ever to get "homesick" for any of the houses of worship on earth, where would that be? What events at that location would provoke the eternal mind of God to label that house as His favorite-to forever memorialize it in His own memory? Man seeks God encounters at what he calls "God's house," but God seeks man encounters at what He calls "man's house." Remember the names? "Moses' Tabernacle," "David's Tabernacle," "Solomon's Temple"? God has searched the earth for intimate worship since the Garden of Eden. What would happen if the ancient patterns and old blueprints were rediscovered? What if the anointed practices were refreshed and restored? If we could "rebuild" that house, would He "revisit"? With the landscape littered with multi-million dollar steeples piercing God's atmosphere and stained windows coloring His sunshine, it would seem that the choice of His favorite house would be elaborate. Prepare to be surprised as you discover God's Favorite House. This expanded version of God's Favorite House, by best selling author Tommy Tenney, includes the never before released Study Guide.
"This elegantly written and compelling comparison of the worldviews of Sigmund Freud and C. S. Lewis provides a riveting opportunity to consider the most important questions mankind has ever asked: Is there a God? Does he care about me? This profound book is for anyone who is earnestly seeking answers about truth, the meaning of life, and God's existence." -- Francis Collins, Director, National Human Genome Research Institute Many of history's greatest thinkers have wrestled with the ultimate question of belief and nonbelief in God. Though it might seem unlikely that any new arguments could possibly be raised on either side, the twentieth century managed to produce two men who each made brilliant, new, and lasting arguments, one in favor of belief and one opposed. Few spokesmen have ever championed their respective positions better than Sigmund Freud and C. S. Lewis. Sadly, as far as we know, they never met or debated each other directly. In The Question of God their arguments are placed side by side, as if they were standing at podiums in a shared room. Both thought carefully about the flaws and alternatives to their positions; each considered the other's views. Both men considered the problem of pain and suffering, the nature of love and sex, and the ultimate meaning of life and death. Here, with their debate made explicit, we can take ringside seats at one of history's most profound encounters. For more than twenty-five years Armand Nicholi has studied the philosophical writings of both men, and has taught a popular course at Harvard that compares the two worldviews. In The Question of God he presents the fruits of years of labor among the published and unpublished writings of Lewis and Freud, including an extensive exploration of their private letters. He allows them to speak for themselves on every major question of belief and nonbelief, but also skillfully draws conclusions from their own lives. Why did Freud have such difficulty maintaining lifelong friendships? How did Lewis's friendships change after his transition from atheism to belief? Why was Freud unable to willfully ignore his own internal moral sense, even though he believed it to be purely a product of socialization and not in any way eternally "true"? The Question of God may be the best book about belief and nonbelief ever written, since it does not presuppose which answer is correct. Instead, it uses two of history's most articulate spokesmen to present arguments on both sides. In the end, readers must join Nicholi's hundreds of former students in deciding for themselves which path to follow.
A MESSAGE OF HOPE FOR EVERYONE On May 29, 2001, Reata Strickland posted a version of Interview with God on a local church Web site in Alabama, with no announcements or advertising. Within a week 500,000 people had heard about it and taken a look. Soon, the numbers reached well into the millions, and they have been growing steadily ever since. God's message, which gently points out our failings while reminding us of what really matters in life, has become an astonishing success, reaching out and touching people around the world. Now, in this beautiful full-color edition enhanced by many new photographs and a Foreword by Reata Strickland, Interview with God can be treasured and shared, time and again.
The book is really an Introduction to Contemporary Religious Philosophy, and, is a helpful guide to the students. The modern relevance of Advaitism has been given its rightful claim in the book. It is a ripened fruit of the preoccupation of the author with religious philosophy for more than fifty years. Contents Preface, Preface to the Second Edition, 1. Definition of Religion, 2. Religion and Other Disciplines, 3. Metaphysical Theories of Religion, 4. Foundation of Religious Belief, 5. Religious knowledge and language, 6. A General View of Religion and Language, 7. Proofs for the Existence of God: The Ontological Argument, 8. Cosmological Argument, 9. Teleological Argument, 10. The Argument from Religious Experience, 11. The moral Argument for the Existence of God, 12. The philosophy of theism: The Attributes of God, 13. The problem of evil, 14. The problem of Immortality, 15. The encounter of Religions, index.

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