2 edition of Reflections on a Christian community found in the catalog.
Reflections on a Christian community
Thomas A. Peyton
|Statement||[by] Thomas A. Peyton.|
|Series||New perspectives no. 5|
|LC Classifications||BX1746 .P46|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||109|
|LC Control Number||70123681|
Desiring God: The Meditations of a Christian Hedonist is, hands down, the most important book (except the Bible) that I have ever read. It is a series of profoundly biblical meditations on Scripture, rooted in painstaking exegesis by a competent and well-trained New Testament scholar, illustrated from the pages of history, and validated by the changed lives of hundreds of young men and women. On Walls and Oneness: Reflections on the Book of Ephesians We recognize that he specifically directed this letter to the Ephesians in the first Jewish-Christian community at Ephesus. But the Holy Spirit also speaks to each of us throughout the sacred text, because He is its ultimate Author.
This book, the first of its kind to explore the theology of The Christian Community in a systematic way, asks such questions and offers many insights into religious life and experience. In the first half, Tom Ravetz addresses questions about God, the Trinity, the Incarnation, the Holy Spirit and evil. Fuller president [–] Richard J. Mouw (right) is committed to the “convening power” of the seminary (see “Witnessing, Learning, Cooperating: Fuller’s Commitment to Civil Dialogue”) and has promoted rigorous dialogues, including those between leaders from the Jewish and Christian communities (at left, Rabbi Mark S. Diamond in ).
Christian Community inculudes ten studies for individuals or groups. This revised Bible study features additional questions for starting group discussions and for meeting God in personal reflection, together with expanded leader's notes and a "Now or Later" section in each study. Reflections on Wisdom Author(s): John L. McKenzie books and monographs on the historical and prophetic books. In the Hebrew canon the wisdom books are classified with "the writings," a designation which one might paraphrase as "the other books." wisdom tradition in the books of the primitive Christian community.
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Richard Lamb Ap T hese are Bonhoeffer's thoughtful reflections on the actual experience of people in community. He warns that community will require difficult and at times tedious work Author: Richard Lamb. Reflections on Christian Community Glen Scorgie: Dr. Bilezikian, I think we are all curious to know how you today, as a theologian, might be in any way different from the Dr.
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What, if anything, has changed. This act demonstrates the need for Christian community, where we most strongly experience the prayer, support, and grace we need to fully live. Christi O. Brown is a pastoral associate at First Presbyterian Church in Spartanburg, S.C., and an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA).
Questions for reflection. Innumerable times a whole Christian community has broken down because it had sprung from a wish dream. The serious Christian, set down for the first time in a Christian community, is likely to bring with him a very definite idea of what Christian life together should be and to try to realize : Peter Fitch.
Reflection on Embracing the Community and the World. by Cecile Torbergsen, Devotions Chair, Episcopal Church Women of the Diocese of Louisiana. The theme for today’s gathering is EMBRACE THE COMMUNITY AND THE WORLD (Matt.
B –. This book is not only a strong reflection on Christianity and homosexuality, it is also a really good Chri The book this not focus on providing theological arguments about same-sex marriage, though Hill definitely has strong biblical arguments which he outlines in his chapter in Two Views on Homosexuality, the Bible, and the Church/5().
Reflections on Christian Community: An Interview with Gilbert Bilezikian Glen G. Scorgie Glen G. Scorgie (Ph.D., St. andrews), a Canadian, is Professor of Theolo-gy at Bethel Seminary San Diego. He also preaches and teaches at Chi-nese Bible Church of San Diego, Calif., and lectures regularly in asia.
His recent publications include The Journey Back. In his book In the Name of Jesus: Reflections on Christian Leadership, Henri Nouwen points to three temptations wrapped up in our culture's approach to leadership: the temptations to be rel- evant, spectacular, and powerful.
The Temptation to Be Relevant The temptation to be relevant is the temptation to please others. The temp. Nouwen presents some reflections on the centrality of compassion in the Christian life, the nature of compassion as shown in the life of Jesus, common barriers to showing compassion, and how compassion is developed and lived in practice.
flag Like see review Christine /5(96). Christian community means community through Jesus Christ and in Jesus Christ. There is no Christian community that is more than this, and none that is less than this. Whether it be a brief, single encounter or the daily community of many years, Christian community is soley this.
We belong to one another only through and in Jesus Christ. This book consists of a series of reflections by experienced voices in the Christian community on forgiveness as part of the faith journey. The writers grapple with questions such as: What lessons and wisdom can you share about the personal struggle to forgive?Reviews: 2.
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Communities of Salt and Light: Reflections on the Social Mission of the Parish. This statement offers a basic resource for pastors, parish leaders, and all Catholics seeking to strengthen the social ministry of their local community. The bishops’ reflection represents neither major new teaching nor a.
Community as Mediator 8. “The Christian community mediates between the suffering of the world and our individual responses to suffering.” Explain how this happens, even in the midst of technological overstimulation.
Discuss the authors’ statement that “wherever true Christian community is formed, compassion happens in the world”. Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Life Together is a brief but rich treatise on Christian community. In it Dietrich Bonhoeffer gives you “a number of directions and precepts that the Scriptures provide us for life together under the word.” He seeks to present practical suggestions for how you can live in.
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At the heart of the book are reflections on the spirituality of Christian Leadership. The book has three chapters that reflect and help leaders to lead as Jesus did: from relevance to prayer, from popularity to ministry, from leading to being s: Insights is a seasonal Sunday scripture-based reflection booklet for use by those who gather in small Christian communities.
Each weekly unit offers the elements for a complete small community session, including: Suggestions for creating a reflective environment Opening and closing prayers. A book of reflections, meditations and prayers for Advent and Christmas, Lent, Holy Week and Easter, Ascension and Pentecost arising out of conversations about faith, love, doubt and hope.
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