Religion & Spirituality Books. Discusses how to read the Bible and interpret its teachings as a spiritual exercise rather than a passive experience.
Religion & Spirituality Books. ISBN13: 9780664246129. The Bible : As If for the First Time.
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Synopsis: Discusses how to read the Bible and interpret its teachings as a spiritual exercise rather than a passive .
Synopsis: Discusses how to read the Bible and interpret its teachings as a spiritual exercise rather than a passive experience. 1. The Bible: As If for the First Time (Spirituality and the Christian Life Series)
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During this time I felt a strong burden to stand for the historical Christian . The question before us is what the Christian life, true spirituality, really is, and how it may be lived in a twentieth-century setting.
During this time I felt a strong burden to stand for the historical Christian position, and for the purity of the visible Church. Gradually, however, a problem came to me-the problem of reality. Gradually I saw that the problem was that with all the teaching I had received after I was a Christian, I had heard little about what the Bible says about the meaning of the finished work of Christ for our present lives. Gradually the sun came out and the song came.
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From the series: True Spirituality: A Study in 1 Corinthians PREVIOUS PAGE NEXT . The first thing we should observe is that celibacy does have its benefits.
From the series: True Spirituality: A Study in 1 Corinthians PREVIOUS PAGE NEXT PAGE. 11. Sex and the Spiritual Christian (1 Cor. 7:1-7). Though the Bible handles this subject matter much differently than the secular world, it does have much to say on the subject. I can only think of one reason for matters pertaining to sex to be so frequently discussed in the Bible-sexuality must be very closely related to spirituality. When celibacy (abstaining from sex, and thus from marriage) contributes to the cause of Christ, it is depicted positively in the Bible.
The Christian Bible has two sections, the Old Testament and the .
The Christian Bible has two sections, the Old Testament and the New Testament. The Old Testament is the original Hebrew Bible, the sacred scriptures of the Jewish faith, written at different times between about 1200 and 165 BC. The New Testament books were written by Christians in the first century AD. Top. The Old Testament. The Gospels were written to present the life and teachings of Jesus in ways that would be appropriate to different readerships, and for that reason are not all the same.
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