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Passing by Nehushtan

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Has the Christian faith been thoroughly explained through the long centuries after the death of Christ and the apostles? Augustine? Aquinas? Calvin? Barth? Billy Graham? Catholicism? Protestantism? Universalism? Presuppositionalism? Evidentialism? Have all these authors and viewpoints really helped us understand and live the scriptures better? Is there nothing still to be found in the Bible, the greatest revelation and writing ever produced, after these relatively artificial layers have been removed? Are we, and the voice of scripture itself, really to be thought at the mercy of human creativity and manipulation for its impact to be felt and minds supernaturally illuminated as God intended?The Bible is about one thing: messianic prophecy and its fulfillment, and the imperative of our love, knowledge and faith of Jesus Christ through it. The implications of this simple truth are expounded here, to change our reading of scripture forever, and ourselves in a way that the world could... More > never have imagined.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9780989385114
Edition
1
Published
June 29, 2013
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
3.27 MB

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