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In Letter and In Spirit

In Letter and In Spirit

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Lunghezza: 200 pagine3 ore

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Ever since Martin Luther penned his thoughts in "The Bondage of
the Will", Christians have debated over the level of self-determination
found in Man. A debate not restricted to the Christian Community
alone, but vigorously argued within the Secular realm as well. This book
was written to encourage fellow believers, including those still sitting on
the fence, not to be polarized by divergent biblical views (which sadly it
too often does), but rather critically review what our own understanding
is. It motivates as much a self-test and confrontation to review our own
ingrained tradition, as well as challenges us not to lean only on tradition
– on what was heard and how one was brought up in forming our own
paradigm for life. To this end the reader will begin a journey that throws
light on matters of the disposition of the heart, motive, temperament
and other factors that deeply influence our thinking, and thereby shapes
our tradition. It is a call to find what we believe of scripture not only to
line up with the Word, but also with the Spirit it was written in. At first
glance this would appear an obvious calling, but many do not make it.
This book will resonate with the Christian and any who are willing to
introspect on the human condition, and why it is we think, believe, and behave the way we do.

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In Letter and In Spirit

Azioni libro

Inizia a leggere

Informazioni sul libro

In Letter and In Spirit

Lunghezza: 200 pagine3 ore

Descrizione

Ever since Martin Luther penned his thoughts in "The Bondage of
the Will", Christians have debated over the level of self-determination
found in Man. A debate not restricted to the Christian Community
alone, but vigorously argued within the Secular realm as well. This book
was written to encourage fellow believers, including those still sitting on
the fence, not to be polarized by divergent biblical views (which sadly it
too often does), but rather critically review what our own understanding
is. It motivates as much a self-test and confrontation to review our own
ingrained tradition, as well as challenges us not to lean only on tradition
– on what was heard and how one was brought up in forming our own
paradigm for life. To this end the reader will begin a journey that throws
light on matters of the disposition of the heart, motive, temperament
and other factors that deeply influence our thinking, and thereby shapes
our tradition. It is a call to find what we believe of scripture not only to
line up with the Word, but also with the Spirit it was written in. At first
glance this would appear an obvious calling, but many do not make it.
This book will resonate with the Christian and any who are willing to
introspect on the human condition, and why it is we think, believe, and behave the way we do.

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