5 edition of Issues in Christian thought found in the catalog.
Issues in Christian thought
John B. Harrington
Bibliography: p. 439-452.
|Statement||[by] John B. Harrington.|
|LC Classifications||BL51 .H328|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 452 p.|
|Number of Pages||452|
|LC Control Number||68013515|
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Below are the top problems I continue to find in Christian fiction. Some of these problems are inherent to all fiction, while some are exclusively issues in Christian fiction.
Authors still struggling with the Gospel and what it means to be Christians who write novels. What makes a novel Christian. Increasingly, it’s hard to tell. Drawing on the history of Christian thought to develop an innovative Christ-centered theology, this book sheds fresh light on major theological issues such as the imago dei, the relationship between nature and grace, the Trinity's implications for human community, and the Spirit's manner of working in human lives.
“Pride” is the major issue facing Christians, says Eric Lidji, responding to a question from blogger Jonathan Blundell. “It opens the door for everything else to come in.
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Significantly influenced by Phineas Parkhurst Quimby (‑), the Mind Science religions of the nineteenth century and beyond included the New Thought movement, which emphasized positive thinking. Although some books of the Bible are traditionally attributed to a single author, many are actually the work of multiple authors.
Genesis and John are two examples of books which reflect multiple authorship. Many biblical books have the earmarks of fiction. For example, private conversations are often related when no reporter was present.
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God is more interested in what we do with these thoughts than the thoughts themselves. Jesus commanded for Satan to “leave”. He has also given us the power to command Satan to leave our thought process at that moment and to start dwelling on things a Christian should be dwelling on.
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A Christian counselor can use the tools of psychology to reveal to people their need for a deeper healing than what psychology can provide. Spiritual discussions are not rare in counseling rooms.
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Seems a couple of these so called controversies are beyond Christian discussion, as if you deny God, or the Bible you are not a Christian. If you believe the Bible and Jesus, there should be no issue about if homosexual sin is ok, or if women can be a pastress (pastor is a male noun, kind of shows that women should not be as there isn’t even a word to describe it) so the only real.
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One's estimation of the book and of its potential. The Ebionites ("poor ones") were a sect of Jewish Christians who flourished in the early centuries of Christianity, especially east of the emphasized the binding character of the Mosaic Law and believed Jesus was the human son of Mary.
They seem to have been ascetics, and are said to have rejected Paul's epistles and to have used only one Gospel.
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