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C + C Crucifixion By robie goldwell
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At the IRU firm’s excavation site an entrance is uncovered at Stonehenge England. After an exploration of the site the employee takes his own life. Sam Maxim is called to the site by his firm... More > to investigate any suspicious circumstances. On entering the site [his own mind] he is forced to consider the fundamental questions of life with the aid of physics, philosophy, psychology, chaos theory, theology, symbolism and hallucinogenic trips. Sam meets four distraught neurotic people. Sam’s trek then leads him to Civ, Civ tries to illustrate to Sam with truths. That there are no universal morals thus Christianity promotes neurosis; as there is no normality. That time and life (reality) are illusions thus capitalism is inspiring schizophrenic and neurotic tendencies. That everything will be, but not be; absurdly. That we’re God: - the multiverse. With the loss of attachments he is spiritually reborn. He finally accepts and quits his external/internal struggle.< Less
Jesus on the Cross: WHY? By Philip St. Romain
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What exactly do we mean when we say that Jesus died for our sins? What are the implications of his death for our lives today? In this book, author Philip St. Romain elaborates an understanding of... More > the crucifixion that makes sense today, and shows how this understanding and appreciation can make a difference in people's lives. St. Romain's reflections focus on several themes, including the crucifixion as a fulfillment of the Jewish traditions of a suffering servant; as a new covenant between God and the human race; as an expiatory sacrifice; as a means of breaking the power of sin. His discussions are carried on in pastoral terms derived from scripture and his experience of living and working in the world. Most chapters include a section on catechetical considerations of a renewed understanding of the crucifixion, as well as questions for personal reflection and discussion.< Less
Jesus on the Cross: WHY? By Philip St. Romain
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What exactly do we mean when we say that Jesus died for our sins? What are the implications of his death for our lives today? In this book, author Philip St. Romain elaborates an understanding of... More > the crucifixion that makes sense today, and shows how this understanding and appreciation can make a difference in people's lives. St. Romain's reflections focus on several themes, including the crucifixion as a fulfillment of the Jewish traditions of a suffering servant; as a new covenant between God and the human race; as an expiatory sacrifice; as a means of breaking the power of sin. His discussions are carried on in pastoral terms derived from scripture and his experience of living and working in the world. Most chapters include a section on catechetical considerations of a renewed understanding of the crucifixion, as well as questions for personal reflection and discussion.< Less
The Mystery of the Cross and the Narrow Gate Revealed: What the Bible Really Says By Michael J Roberts
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The Mystery of the Cross and the Narrow Gate Revealed is a search to reconcile apparent contradictions in the Bible, especially those passages pertaining to salvation. Beginning with the premise of... More > the infallibility of the Bible, it argues that both the Reformers’ understanding of the atonement and their doctrine of salvation are invalid, since they are contradicted by numerous scriptures. In the end, the result of this search is a new understanding of both the atonement and salvation and the development of doctrines on these subjects, which will enable us to read canonically without seeing contradictions. Through faith and reason, a sound hermeneutic and careful exegesis, The Mystery of the Cross and the Narrow Gate uncovers the internal coherence of scripture, with the principal objective of restoring truth and bringing reform to a church that fails to grasp that the Holy Spirit is given to humankind to enable us to become holy and be made fit for the kingdom in heaven-refer www.themysteryofthecross.com.< Less
The Mystery of the Cross and the Narrow Gate Revealed: What the Bible Really Says By Michael J. Roberts
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The Mystery of the Cross and the Narrow Gate Revealed is a search to reconcile apparent contradictions in the Bible, especially those passages pertaining to salvation. Beginning with the premise of... More > the infallibility of the Bible, it argues that both the Reformers’ understanding of the atonement and their doctrine of salvation are invalid, since they are contradicted by numerous scriptures. In the end, the result of this search is a new understanding of both the atonement and salvation and the development of doctrines on these subjects, which will enable us to read canonically without seeing contradictions. Through faith and reason, a sound hermeneutic and careful exegesis, The Mystery of the Cross and the Narrow Gate uncovers the internal coherence of scripture, with the principal objective of restoring truth and bringing reform to a church that fails to grasp that the Holy Spirit is given to humankind to enable us to become holy and be made fit for the kingdom in heaven-refer www.themysteryofthecross.com.< Less
The Mystery of the Cross and the Narrow Gate Revealed: What the Bible Really Says By Michael J Roberts
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The Mystery of the Cross and the Narrow Gate Revealed is a search to reconcile apparent contradictions in the Bible, especially those passages pertaining to salvation. Beginning with the premise of... More > the infallibility of the Bible, it argues that both the Reformers’ understanding of the atonement and their doctrine of salvation are invalid, since they are contradicted by numerous scriptures. In the end, the result of this search is a new understanding of both the atonement and salvation and the development of doctrines on these subjects, which will enable us to read canonically without seeing contradictions. Through faith and reason, a sound hermeneutic and careful exegesis, The Mystery of the Cross and the Narrow Gate uncovers the internal coherence of scripture, with the principal objective of restoring truth and bringing reform to a church that fails to grasp that the Holy Spirit is given to humankind to enable us to become holy and be made fit for the kingdom in heaven-refer www.themysteryofthecross.com.< Less
Expository Sermons on John's Gospel Volume 5 By Joe Tolin, Jr.
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This is the fifth and final volume of the expository sermons on John's Gospel from the Grace Fellowship Church pulpit. This volume covers chapters 18-21. Featured in this volume are the sermons on... More > the Lord's trial, crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension.< Less
Jesus on the Cross: WHY? (eBook) By Philip St. Romain
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What exactly do we mean when we say that Jesus died for our sins? What are the implications of his death for our lives today? In this book, author Philip St. Romain elaborates an understanding of the... More > crucifixion that makes sense today, and shows how this understanding and appreciation can make a difference in people's lives. St. Romain's reflections focus on several themes, including the crucifixion as a fulfillment of the Jewish traditions of a suffering servant; as a new covenant between God and the human race; as an expiatory sacrifice; as a means of breaking the power of sin. His discussions are carried on in pastoral terms derived from scripture and his experience of living and working in the world. Most chapters include a section on catechetical considerations of a renewed understanding of the crucifixion, as well as questions for personal reflection and discussion.< Less
Drawn Into Relationship By Laura Bancroft
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This work examines the nature of God through the lens of the passion narrative in the Gospel of Luke. By examining the words of Jesus as he approaches crucifixion and is resurrected, five... More > characteristics of God are unearthed. God is not Caesar. God is incarnate. God is welcoming. God is present. God is reconciling. These traits provide a picture of God that shows the boundless hospitality and love God has for humanity even in the midst of crisis and suffering.< Less
Drawn Into Relationship By Laura Bancroft
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This work examines the nature of God through the lens of the passion narrative in the Gospel of Luke. By examining the words of Jesus as he approaches crucifixion and is resurrected, five... More > characteristics of God are unearthed. God is not Caesar. God is incarnate. God is welcoming. God is present. God is reconciling. These traits provide a picture of God that shows the boundless hospitality and love God has for humanity even in the midst of crisis and suffering.< Less

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