1 edition of Engaging the Word found in the catalog.
Engaging the Word
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|LC Classifications||BS2331 .C53 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||2010017883|
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Engaging the Word: The New Testament and the Christian Believer. Most Christians are unaware of the doctrinal debates taking place within the religious academic community. When they are aware of these discussions, they may consider them irrelevant or even harmful to Christian practice/5.
Engaging the Word teaches the reader how to use critical and practical tools to explore the Hebrew and Christian scriptures intelligently and perceptively (Midwest Book Review) Johnston teaches the reader to read the Bible in three senses: the literal, the historical, and the prophetic or spiritual by: 3.
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Engaging the Word book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Peter Phillips is convinced that the church in the West is not devouring 5/5(4). Engaging the Word teaches the Engaging the Word book how to use critical and practical tools to explore the Hebrew and Christian scriptures intelligently and perceptively (Midwest Book Review) Johnston teaches the reader to read the Bible in three senses: the literal, the historical, and the prophetic or spiritual sense/5(9).
The companion to Volume 2 of The New Church's Teaching Series, Roger Ferlo's Opening the Bible, Michael Johnston's Engaging the Word teaches us how to use the critical and practical tools for reading the Bible described by Ferlo to interpret the Hebrew and Christian scriptures: what did they mean for their original audience and what do they mean for us today?4/5(1).
The companion to Volume 2 of The New Church's Teaching Series, Roger Ferlo's Opening the Bible, Michael Johnston's Engaging the Word teaches us how to use the critical and practical tools for reading the Bible described by Ferlo to interpret the Hebrew and Christian scriptures: what did they mean for their original audience and what do they mean for us today?Pages: I enjoy the Engaging God's Word series.
I use it regularly with my weekly Bible study group. The questions help inspire in depth discussions and a better understanding of the Word. Read more. Helpful.
Comment Report abuse. gena norris. out of 5 stars Good Bible Study/5(31). Buy Engaging the Word by Phillips, Peter M. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Peter M.
Phillips. rows Powerful words or emotional trigger words have a great role in creating reader’s. Important topics such as the adequacy of human language, upholding the unity of Scripture, and challenges in Biblical interpretation are considered in the first two sections: God's Inerrant Word and Interpreting the Word.
In the final section, Preaching the Word, Packer turns his attention to 5/5(1). Engaging the Word teaches the reader how to use critical and practical tools to explore the Hebrew and Christian scriptures intelligently and perceptively * Midwest Book Review * Johnston This helps cut through the idea that reading with untutored eyes will automatically help readers find the word of God.
This readable and intelligent book is a must read for policymakers and the informed public.” ―Library Journal, starred review “Juan Cole's ‘Engaging the Muslim World' maps those fault lines, and one can only wish Bush had mulled over such Cited by: Engaging the Powers book.
Read 26 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Wink explores the problem of evil today and how it relates to t /5. Words aren’t just strings of alphabets sewn together with ink Words are cues Words are triggers Words when used correctly can transform an “eh whatever” into “wow that’s it!” Words can make you go from literally ROFL to fuming with fury to an uncontrollable-urge-to-take-action-NOW-or-the-earth-may-stop-swinging -on-its-axis.
This book blends two passions of Pete’s that I share – biblical literacy and Christian discipleship. Engaging the Word: Biblical Literacy and Christian Discipleship is a hidden gem of a book, bringing together Pete’s wide learning, statistics, and a fierce commitment to the Bible.
This is a book well worth reading – and spending time with. Engaging with a blog is not vital, but engaging with the Word of God is.
It is crucial to growing as a believer. Prayerfully consider implementing some of the things you’ve read here but far more importantly stop just reading the Bible and start engaging it. Books on Bible Study Engaging the Word: Books on Bible Study for Leaders to Read Together Three Christian educators review several groundbreaking books in the area of Bible study with children, youth, and adults that leaders could read and discuss together to gain critical skills used in The Inviting Word curriculum.
Plan ahead and order. Title: Engaging the Word: The New Testament and the Christian Believer By: Jaime Clark-Soles Format: Paperback Number of Pages: Vendor: Westminster John Knox Press Publication Date: Dimensions: 9 X (inches) Weight: 9 ounces ISBN: ISBN Pages: rated it it was amazing.
This is a series of talks and essays by Packer at his best. Clear, articulate and Biblically oriented. For any preachers a must and for those uncertain about the authority of the Word of God, a great reassurance/5.
The Bible admonishes Christians to love God with the mind as well as with the heart. Engaging God's World clearly links this scriptural mandate with the pursuit of academic life, extolling the crucial role of Christian higher education in the intellectual and spiritual formation of y intended to serve as a primer for students beginning college careers but valuable to thoughtful 4/5(3).Get this from a library!
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