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  • Author:
    James Cantelon
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    0020842805
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    978-0020842804
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    Collier Books; 1st Collier Books ed edition (September 1, 1989)
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    288 pages
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Theology for Non-Theologians book. In Theology for Non-Theologians, Cantelon concentrates on God and His word; the nature, existence and works of God; and God's revelation of himself in the Bible.

Theology for Non-Theologians book. James Cantelon has accomplished the near-impossible, making theology engaging, understandable and important in modern-day life. Features a Study Guide for ministers, pastors, lay people and students.

In Theology for Non-Theologians, Cantelon concentrates on God and His word; the nature, existence and works of God; and God's revelation of himself in the Bible

In Theology for Non-Theologians, Cantelon concentrates on God and His word; the nature, existence and works of God; and God's revelation of himself in the Bible.

Rev. James Cantelon has long had a reputation for making matters of faith relevant and alive to a mass audience.

Book Condition: This item shows signs of wear from consistent use, but it remains in good condition and works perfectly

Book Condition: This item shows signs of wear from consistent use, but it remains in good condition and works perfectly. All pages and cover are intact, but may have aesthetic issues such as small tears, bends, scratches, and scuffs. Spine may also show signs of wear.

Theology for Born-Again Christians would be a more accurate title for this book, presenting as it does an apology .

Theology for Born-Again Christians would be a more accurate title for this book, presenting as it does an apology for evangelical Christian views-while providing believers with plenty of arguments in defense of their beliefs. Cantelon is pastor of the Jerusalem Christian Assembly-which he founded in 1983-and a free-lance radio and TV broadcaster. He aims here, at all costs, not to intimidate the reader, but rather to engage and entertain while educating. His style is unrelentingly breezy and punchy: ""Sovereignty means God is all powerful and does as he pleases

In Theology for the Non-Theologian, he promises to answer the questions . This experience is the basis for his book When God Stood Up: A Christian Response to AIDS in Africa.

In Theology for the Non-Theologian, he promises to answer the questions of a newer generation of spiritual seekers, addressing such issues as the nature and existence of God, God’s plan, and the why of Creation. Not simply focused on Christian theology, the book describes the godheads of the world’s major religions and movements. James Cantelon is a r/author, president and founder of a federal Canadian charity called Visionledd. His weekly TV program, Eye to Eye, aired in Toronto, London, Ottawa, Winnipeg, and Vancouver.

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His 1969 book Black Theology and Black Power provided a new way to. .

His 1969 book Black Theology and Black Power provided a new way to articulate the distinctiveness of theology in the black Church. Cone’s work was influential from the time of the book's publication, and his work remains influential today. His work has been both utilized and critiqued inside and outside of the African-American theological community. The hermeneutic, or interpretive lens, for James Cone's theology starts with the experience of African Americans, and the theological questions he brings from his own life. The black theologian must reject any conception of God which stifles black self-determination by picturing God as a God of all peoples.

More by James Cantelon. When God Stood Up: A Christian Response to AIDS in Africa.

Besides discussing aspects of doctrine, the book portrays the main gures, themes and developments that have shaped Orthodox thought. There is particular focus on the Russian and Greek traditions, as well as the dynamic but less well-known Antiochian tradition and the Ortho-dox presence in the West. Mary B. Cunningham is a lecturer in theology at the University of Nottingham. Her publications include Faith in the Byzantine World (). Elizabeth Theokritoff is an independent scholar and translator, with particular interests in liturgical theology and theology of creation. She has lectured and led.

The use of numerous Biblical references and a witty anecdotal style combines to make Christian doctrine easily understandable, with discussions in each chapter on the practical applications of theology