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40 Days at the Foot of the Cross

40 Days at the Foot of the Cross
Author : John Paul Thomas
Publisher : My Catholic Life!
Release Date : 2016-12-13
Category : Religion
Total pages :114
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At the Cross

At the Cross
Author : Noemi Singh
Publisher : Trilogy Christian Publishing
Release Date : 2019-10-31
Category :
Total pages :124
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At the Cross is a biblically based fictional book about seven women from the New Testament. This book has been written to give the reader a broader understanding on what may have occurred in the lives of these seven women and their journey as they encounter the unfailing love of Jesus and experience a wondrous transformation when He forgives, heals, and restores their life at...the cross. Meet the adulterous woman and the wondrous love and forgiveness she encountered when she met the Savior; the widow and the unspeakable joy she experienced when Jesus raised her son from the dead; the Canaanite woman whose daughter was set free from demons; the Samaritan woman and the conversation with Jesus that transformed her life; Mary whose brother was raised from the dead; the woman with the issue of blood who was finally set free from a sickness that robbed her from living a fulfilled life; and finally, Mary, the blessed woman who had the honor of being the mother of Jesus.

Laughter At The Foot Of The Cross

Laughter At The Foot Of The Cross
Author : M.a. Screech
Publisher : Routledge
Release Date : 2019-04-09
Category : Social Science
Total pages :354
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"Christian laughter is a maze: you could easily get snarled up within it." So says Michael A. Screech in his note to readers preceding this collection of fifty-three elegant and pithy essays. As Screech reveals, the question of whether laughter is acceptable to the god of the Old and New Testaments is a dangerous one. But we are fortunate in our gu

Apologetics at the Cross

Apologetics at the Cross
Author : Joshua D. Chatraw,Mark D. Allen
Publisher : Zondervan
Release Date : 2018-05-15
Category : Religion
Total pages :304
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Amid the pluralism and secularism of Western culture, Christian apologetics has experienced a renewal of interest. In Apologetics at the Cross, Joshua D. Chatraw and Mark D. Allen provide an introduction to the field, acquainting students and lay learners with the rich history, biblical foundation, and ongoing relevance of apologetics. Unique in its approach, Apologetics at the Cross presents the biblical and historical foundations for apologetics, explores various contemporary methods for approaching apologetics, and gives practical guidance in "how to" chapters that feature many real-life illustrations. With their respectful approach, which pays special attention to the attitude and posture of the apologist, Chatraw and Allen equip Christians to engage skeptics with the heart as well as the mind. Conversational in tone and balanced in approach, Apologetics at the Cross provides a readable introduction to the field of apologetics. Readers will be informed and equipped for engaging a wide range of contemporary challenges with the best in Christian thought.

The Spirit at the Cross: Exploring a Cruciform Pneumatology

The Spirit at the Cross: Exploring a Cruciform Pneumatology
Author : Carolyn E. L. Tan
Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release Date : 2019-09-19
Category : Religion
Total pages :324
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What was the Holy Spirit doing at the cross of Jesus Christ? Jesus’ death and resurrection are central to God’s reconciliation with humanity. Does the Holy Spirit’s work pause between Gethsemane and the resurrection? What does the phrase “through the eternal Spirit” in Hebrews 9:14 mean? In this book, Tan examines the perspectives of John Vernon Taylor, Jürgen Moltmann, and John D. Zizioulas, from whom three views of the Spirit’s role at the cross are discerned: the Spirit as the “bond of love” between the Father and the Son; the Spirit as the Son’s coworker, enabler, and power; and the Spirit as the unifier who unites humanity to the Son. In addition, Karl Barth provides the intriguing concept of the Spirit as divine Judge (along with the Father and the Son) and specifically the one who carries out God’s judgment in Jesus Christ, the Elect. Integrating these theological perspectives with an in-depth examination of the manuscript and exegetical and hermeneutical history of Hebrews 9:14, Tan offers another way of understanding the role of the Spirit at the cross: Christ as the Father’s “pneumatic crucible” in whom sinful humanity is judged, destroyed, and reborn through the power of the Holy Spirit. “Carolyn Tan's investigation into the Holy Spirit’s role in the cross of Christ is very important for a comprehensive theologia crucis.” —Jürgen Moltmann, Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology at the University of Tübingen

At the Cross

At the Cross
Author : Richard H. Allen
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
Release Date : 2014-05-29
Category : Religion
Total pages :163
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In volume two of At the Cross, Richard Allen focuses on the sanctification that follows a believer’s initial commitment to Christ. This book is written for both new and seasoned believers so they may find direction for, and discover the ramifications of, that commitment.

Evil and the Cross

Evil and the Cross
Author : Henri Blocher
Publisher : Kregel Academic
Release Date : 2004
Category : Religion
Total pages :154
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A world renowned author and scholar grapples with the problem of evil in a world supposedly ruled by a God who is all-loving and all-powerful.

Spectators at the Cross

Spectators at the Cross
Author : John R. Rice
Publisher : Sword of the Lord Publishers
Release Date : 2000-08
Category :
Total pages :32
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At the Cross

At the Cross
Author : Richard Bauckham,Trevor A. Hart
Publisher : Darton Longman and Todd
Release Date : 1999
Category : Religion
Total pages :132
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Designed for more than simply reading, this book is ideal for Lent use and provides a profound way of enabling the power of Jesus and his crucifixion to touch our lives at any time.

Christians at the Cross

Christians at the Cross
Author : N. T. Wright
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 2008-01
Category : Religion
Total pages :79
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The wisdom of Wright's biblical reflections applies to anyone who is suffering and offers a passage to hope through Christ and his victory over death.

India at the Cross-roads

India at the Cross-roads
Author : Goswami Gajanan Puri,V. T. Joshi
Publisher : Mittal Publications
Release Date : 1996
Category : India
Total pages :126
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Faces at The Cross

Faces at The Cross
Author : J. Barrie Shepherd
Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release Date : 2010-06-01
Category : Religion
Total pages :122
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From the author of Faces at the Manger comes another delightful collection of prose and poetry. In J. Barrie Shepherd's book, Faces at the Cross, the visages are of persons in Jerusalem during Holy Week and at the scene of the Crucifixion. As you meet Mary, Peter, Pontius Pilate, Simon of Cyrene, and others, their dramatic sketches will engage you as they tell of their encounters with Jesus. In addition to monologues, Faces at the Cross is brimming with readings appropriate for congregational or family worship. It provides monologues and poetic verse for Lent and Easter.

At the Cross

At the Cross
Author : Rev. Dr. J. Bino Rajeshwar
Publisher : Partridge Publishing
Release Date : 2018-12-17
Category : Religion
Total pages :130
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These are sermons preached during the Lenten season. They have been arranged in such a way that is very useful for meditation and soul upliftment. They were preached when I was a priest in the Diocese of Amritsar–Church of North India, India.

Testifying at the Cross

Testifying at the Cross
Author : Jerma A. Jackson
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1995
Category : African American musicians
Total pages :360
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At the Cross with Jesus

At the Cross with Jesus
Author : Carl B. Rife,Harold D. Shaffer
Publisher : CSS Publishing
Release Date : 2001-01-01
Category : Religion
Total pages :58
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By combining a compelling sermon series with an insightful group of monologues, "At The Cross With Jesus" offers flexible, effective resources that will keep the cross central in your congregation's minds and hearts during Lent. Practical for use in any church, large or small, the material in "At The Cross With Jesus" is perfect for midweek worship or Holy Week services, and could also be used for a Bible study. The five moving messages in The Symbols Of The Cross examine Jesus' final days by focusing on powerful images from the Passion story. Each homily relates these events to our everyday lives by exploring a specific symbol and the human characteristic it exemplifies. There are also directions for creating a searing memory of these symbols by placing visual representations of each image on a wooden cross. Symbols included are: - The Palms (a symbol of our fickleness) - The Money Bag (a symbol of our greed) - The Towel (a symbol of servanthood) - The Crown of Thorns (a symbol of mockery) - The Nails of the Cross (a symbol of suffering) In Five Who Knew Jesus, five persons who were intimately acquainted with Jesus describe their personal relationships with him. Through hearing the perspective of those who played critical roles in Jesus' life, we are encouraged to look more closely at our own relationships with Christ during the introspective season of Lent. The monologues may be performed in readers' theater format, but are even more effective if memorized. Few props are required, and costumes are a nice touch but not essential. Characters represented are: - John -- a hot-tempered man who becomes the disciple of love - Mary, the mother of Jesus -- a woman who suffers a mother's pain while humbly accepting God's will - Peter -- an arrogant man who becomes a humble disciple - Judas -- the disciple who failed because he thought he knew best - Mary Magdalene -- a woman of the world who strives to love herself as Jesus loved her Carl B. Rife has pastored United Methodist congregations throughout Maryland and Pennsylvania for more than 30 years. His sermons and worship resources have appeared in several CSS publications, and he is the author of "Bumper Sticker Religion" (CSS). Harold D. Shaffer, an active member of St. Stephen Lutheran Church in Arbutus, Maryland, is a licensed clinical counselor who currently serves on the staff of an addictions clinic in Catonsville, Maryland. Shaffer is also on the adjunct faculty of Baltimore City Community College and the Maryland Office of Education and Training for Addiction Services (OETAS).