- Author:Murray McBride
- Publisher:Barnabas (October 20, 2006)
- Pages:80 pages
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By Brunstad Christian Church. A very clear interpretation of the prophecies witnessed by John in the book of Revelation. The church is made up of everyone who is on the way to becoming completely free from all sin, as Jesus is. It is those who have started down the path that will lead them to divine nature. 2 Peter 1:4) Some people may be farther along this way than others. Written just after the end of World War II, it is even more relevant in the world we live in today. It focuses on the importance of living a godly life in the time before Jesus’ return.
Exploring Christian Theology is a wonderful doctrinal primer that teaches . Yet for many, particularly in America today, studying theology is mundane and not worth an investment. Just give me that good old time religion.
Exploring Christian Theology is a wonderful doctrinal primer that teaches theology in a way that will engage you and cause you to reflect. A great way to get acquainted with key biblical theological themes. The church is always in need of mature, faithful, biblical theology. This new book is a very important consideration of the church, the Christian life, and the end times. And Christians in all walks of life will find this book to be particularly helpful.
With rich storytelling and a reader-friendly style, Father Al McBride spans twenty-one centuries of church history, highlighting peak moments from a human perspective that responds to a question increasingly on the Catholic mind: How did we get here from there - and where are w. .
With rich storytelling and a reader-friendly style, Father Al McBride spans twenty-one centuries of church history, highlighting peak moments from a human perspective that responds to a question increasingly on the Catholic mind: How did we get here from there - and where are we heading next? Far from dry facts and figures, Father McBride delves into the human drama of church history, from the stories of the early martyrs to the continuing unfolding of the changes of Vatican II and the church in the new millennium
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The Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA or CRC) is a Protestant Christian denomination in the United States and Canada. Having roots in the Dutch Reformed Church of the Netherlands, the Christian Reformed Church was founded by Dutch immigrants in 1857 and is theologically Calvinist. The Christian Reformed Church (CRC) split from the Reformed Church in America (then known as the Dutch Reformed Church) in an 1857 secession.
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The church and its history. The essence and identity of Christianity. Historical views of the essence. Christianity is thus both a living tradition of faith and the culture that the faith leaves behind. The agent of Christianity is the church, the community of people who make up the body of believers. While there is something simple about this focus on Jesus as the central figure, there is also something very complicated. That complexity is revealed by the thousands of separate churches, sects, and denominations that make up the modern Christian tradition.