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After 2,000 years, the gospel continues to surprise if only we let it. David W. Shenk's goal in Surprises of the Christian Way is to do precisely that: to enable, not only long-time Christians, but also seekers wondering why the gospel matters, to be surprised anew by the fresh and amazing power of Christian faith to transform lives. Written in simple and anecdotal style, this book invites all readers to enter the teachings and stories of the Bible and make them their own. Readers from a wide variety of cultures will find themselves entering and learning from each other's stories of faith as well as the search for belief in Christ.
* What are the Seven Dynamics of Christianity? * What are the five levels of Christians? * What are the four tracks of Christianity? * How is the Soul defined? * What is meant by the Articles of Christian Conversion? * Who is the Christian Witness and how does he operate? * What does the Bible contain and what does it not contain? * What are the seven facts concerning the Devil? AND MUCH MORE!
Ignorance about God produces nothing but constant loss in our lives. Therefore, I pray that each reader of The Christian Way be extremely blessed while reading this book, which was designed to direct Christians to the fact that Jesus wants not only to be our savior, healer, deliverer, and restorer but also our Lord. Only through daily submitting our wills to him will we be truly fulfilled and at peace within ourselves and with others. One reason most books don’t transform us is that we are so eager to read the next chapter. We don’t pause long enough and take the time to seriously consider what we just read. The Christian Way can be more than just a book if you do more with it than just read it. Allow this book to be an inspirational journey with your Creator. Until you take action and use this book as a guide to becoming successful spiritually, it really is worthless.
The Christian Way was written, only with the help of the HOLY SPIRIT who provided guidance and inspiration. The poems contained herein come from the heart, and are meant to help others that may be in need of a Spiritual uplifting. Author Chandler Robinson spent many years writing and compiling this offering. These poems will evoke many emotion; joy, peace, reverence, fear or fear of the unknown. Several deal with Salvation, some with the habits of life such as alcoholism and adultery, some with life after death, etc. Robinson declares that all of these renditions are straight from the heart, and are felt deep within his Spirit. The one thing to keep in mind is that GOD in His mercy has provided the impetus and will forever receive the honor and Glory for this work. Reading of this work will leave a tirade of emotions, and will have a lasting effect. A person is never closer to GOD than when studying His Holy Word or reading something inspired by the WORD.
Is Christianity but a selection of stories, as some suppose, or is there more to it than that? Are its adherents guided by something real or simply following their own fancies? That there are communities of Christians is itself real enough, but is their mere existence its own justification? Events like the birth and death of Jesus are for the most part real enough, though they have been overlaid with stories that may at times be helpful symbolism but may also distract or distort. The very human way Jesus and his disciples followed during his ministry was also real enough, though again overlaid with interpretative material; however, the circumstances of his followers then varied, and those of Christian communities in succeeding generations differ still more. On the eve of his death Jesus sought to bind his followers together with one another and himself rather than offering them a way of otherworldly salvation. He may yet have expected such a salvation, as did the Apostle Paul, but it is more fruitful to follow the latter in seeing "life" to be gained in "death," in a "dying to sin," in this life.
A selection of key writings from the French religious philosopher, Jean Borella.

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