Rediscovering the Holy Spirit

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ISBN: 9780310534075
Release Date: 2017-04-25
Number of pages: 336
Author: Michael Horton
Publisher: HarperCollins Christian Publishing

Download and read online Rediscovering the Holy Spirit in PDF and EPUB For the Spirit, being somewhat forgotten is an occupational hazard. The Holy Spirit is so actively involved in our lives that we can take his presence for granted. As they say, familiarity breeds contempt. Just as we take breathing for granted, we can take the Holy Spirit for granted simply because we constantly depend on him. Like the cane that soon feels like an extension of the blind man’s own body, we too easily begin to think of the Holy Spirit as an extension of ourselves. Yet the Spirit is at the center of the action in the divine drama from Genesis 1:2 all the way to Revelation 22:17. The Spirit’s work is as essential as the Father’s and the Son’s, yet the Spirit’s work is always directed to the person and work of Christ. In fact, the efficacy of the Holy Spirit’s mission is measured by the extent to which we are focused on Christ. The Holy Spirit is the person of the Trinity who brings the work of the Father, in the Son, to completion. In everything that the Triune God performs, this perfecting work is characteristic of the Spirit. In Rediscovering the Holy Spirit, author, pastor, and theologian Mike Horton introduces readers to the neglected person of the Holy Spirit, showing that the work of God’s Spirit is far more ordinary and common than we realize. Horton argues that we need to take a step back every now and again to focus on the Spirit himself—his person and work—in order to recognize him as someone other than Jesus or ourselves, much less something in creation. Through this contemplation we can gain a fresh dependence on the Holy Spirit in every area of our lives.

The Holy Spirit

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ISBN: 0310491703
Release Date: 2015-10-06
Number of pages: 224
Author: Christopher R. J. Holmes

Download and read online The Holy Spirit in PDF and EPUB The Holy Spirit offers a constructive systematic and contemplative account of the metaphysics of the Holy Spirit in conversation with Augustine s, Thomas Aquinas s, and Karl Barth s engagements with the Fourth Gospel."

Let Go and Let God

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ISBN: 1577997271
Release Date: 2016-08-24
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Author: Andrew Naselli
Publisher: Lexham Press

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The Religious Life of Robert E Lee

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ISBN: 9781467446884
Release Date: 2017-04-12
Number of pages: 368
Author: R. David Cox
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

Download and read online The Religious Life of Robert E Lee in PDF and EPUB The first close examination of how Robert E. Lee's faith shaped his life Robert E. Lee was many things—accomplished soldier, military engineer, college president, family man, agent of reconciliation, polarizing figure. He was also a person of deep Christian conviction. In this biography of the famous Civil War general, R. David Cox shows how Lee's Christian faith shaped his crucial role in some of the most pivotal events in American history. Delving into family letters and other primary sources—some of them newly discovered—Cox traces the lifelong development of Lee's convictions and how they influenced his decisions to stand with Virginia over against the Union and later to support reconciliation and reconstruction in the years after the Civil War. Faith was central to Lee's character, Cox argues—so central that it directed and redirected his life, especially in the aftermath of defeat.

Core Christianity

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ISBN: 9780310525073
Release Date: 2016-04-05
Number of pages: 192
Author: Michael Horton
Publisher: Harper Collins

Download and read online Core Christianity in PDF and EPUB What Do All Christians Believe? For many people, words like doctrine and theology cause their eyes to glaze over, or they find them difficult to understand and struggle to see how they are relevant to daily life. But theology is far from boring—it is the study of God and should lead to awe and wonder as we better understand who God is and what he has done for us. In Core Christianity, author, pastor, and theologian Mike Horton tackles the essential and basic beliefs that all Christians share. What is “core” to the Christian faith? In addition to unpacking these beliefs in a way that is easy to understand, Horton shows why they matter to our lives today. This introduction to the basic doctrines of Christianity is a helpful guide by a respected theologian and a popular author, and it includes discussion questions for individual or group use. Core Christianity is perfect for those who are new to the faith, as well as those who have an interest in deepening in their understanding of what it means to be a follower of Jesus Christ.

William the Baptist

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Release Date: 1877
Number of pages: 144
Author: J. M. Chaney

Download and read online William the Baptist in PDF and EPUB A discussion in favor of infant baptism.

Covenant and Salvation

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ISBN: 9780664231637
Release Date: 2007
Number of pages: 324
Author: Michael Scott Horton
Publisher: Presbyterian Publishing Corp

Download and read online Covenant and Salvation in PDF and EPUB FollowingCovenant and EschatologyandLord and Servant, this concluding volume of a four-part series examines Christian salvation from the perspective of covenant theology. InCovenant and Salvation, Michael Horton surveys law and gospel, union with Christ, and justification and theosis, conversing with both classical and contemporary viewpoints.

The Majesty of Mystery Celebrating the Glory of an Incomprehensible God

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ISBN: 1577997425
Release Date: 2016-09-07
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Author: K. Scott Oliphint
Publisher: Lexham Press

Download and read online The Majesty of Mystery Celebrating the Glory of an Incomprehensible God in PDF and EPUB The Majesty of Mystery encourages believers to embrace the profound mysteries at the heart of Christian faith. The Trinity, God's purposes, the incarnation, the resurrection, God's work and human effort in salvation--none of these are problems to be explained away or puzzles to be dismissed as irrelevant. Rather, these are grand mysteries, not contradictory but paradoxical and wonderful, ultimately leading us to worship the incomprehensible God who faithfully reveals himself to us.

Learning to Love the Psalms

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ISBN: 1567697437
Release Date: 2017-01
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Author: W. Robert Godfrey
Publisher: Reformation Trust Publishing

Download and read online Learning to Love the Psalms in PDF and EPUB The Psalms are undeniably beautiful. They are also difficult, and readers often come away convinced that tremendous riches remain just beyond their grasp. In this book, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey invites us to journey with him towards a greater understanding and love for these sacred verses. The timeless elegance of the Psalms, their depth of expression, and testimony to the greatness of God have enchanted and edified Gods people for centuries. Learning to Love the Psalms is intended to help todays Christians share in that delight.

The Christian Faith

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ISBN: 9780310409182
Release Date: 2011-01-04
Number of pages: 1056
Author: Michael Horton
Publisher: Harper Collins

Download and read online The Christian Faith in PDF and EPUB Michael Horton’s highly anticipated The Christian Faith represents his magnum opus and will be viewed as one of—if not the—most important systematic theologies since Louis Berkhof wrote his in 1932. A prolific, award-winning author and theologian, Professor Horton views this volume as “doctrine that can be preached, experienced, and lived, as well as understood, clarified, and articulated.” It is written for a growing cast of pilgrims making their way together and will be especially welcomed by professors, pastors, students, and armchair theologians. Features of this volume include: (1) a brief synopsis of biblical passages that inform a particular doctrine; (2) surveys of past and current theologies with contemporary emphasis on exegetical, philosophical, practical, and theological questions; (3) substantial interaction with various Christian movements within the Protestant, Catholic and Orthodoxy traditions, as well as the hermeneutical issues raised by postmodernity; and (4) charts, sidebars, questions for discussion, and an extensive bibliography, divided into different entry levels and topics.

Divine Will and Human Choice

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ISBN: 9781493406708
Release Date: 2017-05-02
Number of pages: 336
Author: Richard A. Muller
Publisher: Baker Academic

Download and read online Divine Will and Human Choice in PDF and EPUB This fresh study from an internationally respected scholar of the Reformation and post-Reformation eras shows how the Reformers and their successors analyzed and reconciled the concepts of divine sovereignty and human freedom. Richard Muller argues that traditional Reformed theology supported a robust theory of an omnipotent divine will and human free choice and drew on a tradition of Western theological and philosophical discussion. The book provides historical perspective on a topic of current interest and debate and offers a corrective to recent discussions.

Rediscover Catholicism

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ISBN: 9781937509019
Release Date: 2002-10-01
Number of pages: 320
Author: Matthew Kelly
Publisher: BookBaby

Download and read online Rediscover Catholicism in PDF and EPUB Over the past 20 years, Matthew Kelly has seen more of the world than most presidents and more of the Church than most bishops. Now, in this unique and timely book, he proposes that Catholicism is not a lifeless set of rules and regulations , but a way of life designed by God to help each person reach his or her full potential. With remarkable insight, Kelly dispels dozens of myths that surround the rejection of Catholicism today and provides a profound and practical vision of what will lead the Catholic Church to thrive again in the future. Rediscover Catholicism is quickly becoming the most read catholic book of our times. From the spellbinding opening story, Kelly grips his readers and takes them on a life-changing journey to rediscover the genius of Catholicism.

Death in Adam Life in Christ

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ISBN: 1781919089
Release Date: 2016-12-02
Number of pages: 320
Author: J. V. Fesko
Publisher: Mentor

Download and read online Death in Adam Life in Christ in PDF and EPUB The doctrine of imputation is the ground in which salvation is rooted. It is often seen as superfluous or splitting hairs, and yet, without it, redemption automatically becomes reliant on our own works and assurance of salvation is suddenly not so sure. J. V. Fesko works through this doctrine looking at its long history in the church, its exegetical foundation, and its dogmatic formulation. In exploring imputed guilt from the First Adam alongside the imputed righteousness from the Second, this volume offers a helpfully well-rounded explanation of the doctrine.

The Gospel of Life

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ISBN: 1555863167
Release Date: 1995
Number of pages: 189
Author: Pope John Paul II
Publisher: USCCB Publishing

Download and read online The Gospel of Life in PDF and EPUB Reaffirming the "greatness and inestimable value of human life," Pope John Paul II discusses in this encyclical letter the present-day legal, ethical, and moral threats to life.

Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood

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ISBN: 9781433519185
Release Date: 2006-08-08
Number of pages: 576
Author: John Piper
Publisher: Crossway

Download and read online Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood in PDF and EPUB A controversy of major proportions has spread through the church. Recent generations bear witness to the rise of "evangelical feminism"-a movement that has had a profound impact on all of life, challenging some of our basic Christian beliefs. In this new edition of an influential and award-winning best-seller, more than twenty men and women have committed their talents to produce the most thorough response yet to this modern movement. Combining systematic argumentation with popular application, this volume deals with all of the main passages of Scripture brought forward in this controversy regarding gender-based role differences. Anyone concerned with the fundamental question of the proper relationship between men and women in home, church, and society will want to read this book. New preface included.