God With A Human Face
The Shack has touched millions of readers with its portrayal of a compassionate God in the face of great evil. Many have identified with the main character's Great Sadness, the terrible burden of grief that often accompanies and follows a deep loss. The Great Sadness is part of the human condition. And it compels us to ask, Where is God? Who is God? Can God be trusted? Roger Olson, who has faced his own Great Sadness, finds a good deal of comfort in this much beloved story as have so many others.
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An action-packed shonen fantasy from the acclaimed author of Fushigi Yugi R to L (Japanese Style). An action-packed shonen fantasy from the acclaimed author of Fushigi Yugi In a mythical world where humans and gods co-exist, Arata has the unfortunate honor of being the successor to the matriarchal Hime Clan. This means he has to pretend to be a girl or face death if his true gender is discovered On the day of his inauguration, an assassination plot forces him to flee-and he somehow winds up in modern-day Japan Meanwhile, a boy named Arata Hinohara gets sucked into the first Arata's world and finds himself dealing with people after his life
How do we trust God when faced with the tragic loss of a loved one? Pages of "Not By Accident" are like windows through which the reader can see the reactions of a Christian mother's heart to the sovereign overruling of God in a time of intense human sorr
How to Do Smart Stuff with Your Life introduces the deep, eternal wisdom of King Solomon in a practical, humorous, and easy-to-understand way. Let's face it, human beings are good at doing STUPID stuff. Wouldn't you like to learn how to DO SMART STUFF? Did you know the Book of Proverbs in the Bible is jam-packed with ideas for doing smart stuff! If you like the idea of getting more wisdom, getting closer to God, getting closer to the people that actually matter in your life, and finding your God-given purpose, this book will help you unpack the proven steps to take you where you want to be.
Every one of us has a "Gethsemane," a place and time in our lives when we face sorrow on the deepest level. To help us understand the relationship and interaction between human suffering and God's power and love, author Leslie Montgomery looks at the details of Jesus' example of suffering. Redemptive Suffering will help all believers learn to deal with suffering so they can experience the growth and learning that come with it.
Inspiration That Will Unlock Your Potential and Release Your Destiny! You were made for greatness, not mediocrity. Every human being was formed in the image and likeness of the Creatorâ a God of purpose and destiny. In turn, it is Heavenâ s perfect plan for you to maximize your life, fulfill your destiny and live with a sense of divine purpose! In the Living With Purpose devotional, you will receive access to Biblical wisdom and spiritual insights that will help you face your day with increased vision and live your life with a greater sense of destiny.
There But for the Grace of Dog Go I. Author Jan Dunlap was suffering increasingly severe bouts of anxiety after a medical misdiagnosis slapped her in the face with an acute realization of the tenuous nature of human life. A degreed theologian, Jan foun
Paperback, Westminster John Knox Press, 2002, ISBN13 9780664251734, ISBN10 0664251730
Worship is a congregation's most important practice. In worship we encounter God's gracious presence and come face to face with the frailty, goodness, and potential of our humanity. We are comforted, corrected, forgiven, healed, challenged, and sometimes
Lawgiver and liberator. Seer and prophet. The only human permitted to converse with God "face-to-face." Moses is the most commanding presence in the Old Testament. Yet as Jonathan Kirsch shows in this brilliant, stunningly original volume, Moses was also
"Why didn't God rescue the victims of 9/11? Why did He let children die in the Holocaust? Is suffering ennobling? Is it even OK to question God? In this book, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach tackles the ultimate, timeless questions that go to the heart of the human condition and arrives at some surprising answers. The Fed Up Man of Faith examines the human experience of tragedy and pain, with reference to the ultimate text on suffering the Book of Job as well as to modern-day examples drawn from today's headlines.
The thrilling speculative techno-science epic begun with The God Wave continues in this explosive adventure in which a team of neuroscientists must face the consequences of playing God when the superhumans they've created threaten to annihilate humanity
We're in trouble. But there is help. if we listen. In the middle of the night on August 2, 2016, Neale Donald Walsch found himself drawn into a new and totally unexpected dialogue with God in which he suddenly faced two questions: Is the human race being offered help by Highly Evolved Beings from Another Dimension? Is there a key role that humans are being invited to play in advancing their own evolution by joining in a mutual mission to assist the planet during the critical times ahead?He was told that the answer to both questions is yes.
A young goddess raised as a human must prove she has what it takes to be a ruler of the Oneroi (Greek name for the dream gods who are all men.) Liea will become the first and only dream goddess. She will have to face many obstacles along her journey and will have to overcome them with the help of Andros, a dream god, and the unlikely help of a Demon.
Atheist culture involves a turning away from God. Scruton shows how self destructive this is for us and our culture. Starting with the so-called scientific world view, Scruton argues that this is the real source of our current doubts about belief in God. To Richard Dawkins, human beings are 'survival machines'. To enforce the argument that this is disastrous, two far reaching metaphysical world views are examined.
From Morality to Metaphysics offers an argument for the existence of God, based on our most fundamental moral beliefs. Angus Ritchie engages with a range of the most significant secular moral philosophers of our time, and argues that they all face a common difficulty which only theism can overcome. The book begins with a defence of the "deliberative indispensability" of moral realism, arguing that the practical deliberation human beings engage in on a daily basis only makes sense if they take themselves to be aiming at an objective truth.