From the Garden of Thorns to the Table of Grace. N° de ref. de la librería
Sinopsis: From the days of Adam and Eve, humans have been faced with thorns in their daily lives. These thorns come in many shapes-a nettling sin or vain hope, a thicket in which we try to hide from the judgment of God, or a crown of sacrifice displaying the grace waiting for believers. The concept of the thorn appears in the Bible many times, and by learning the true meaning of God's words, His promised grace can be ours. In From the Garden of Thorns to the Table of Grace, author, pastor, and internationally recognized theologian Dr. Tom Duff Fritts leads us in discovering the thorns in the lives of numerous biblical personalities and helps us relate these struggles to our own daily walks. Having studied Greek for over fifty years, Dr. Fritts dismisses the confusion of Christian ethics and demeanor between various sects by using the King James Version in accompaniment with Greek and Hebrew texts, which best preserve the idiom and design of those who originally inscribed the words of God. Far more than a study of scriptural linguistics, From the Garden of Thorns to the Table of Grace is for anyone interested in rightly dividing the Word of God, for anyone desiring to learn the roots of the Christian faith. With this new understanding of God's original idea for His Kingdom, we are granted power and vision in our most difficult days and can pattern our futures as well-rounded scholars of Christian grace.
Biografía del autor: Tom Duff Fritts, MDiv; DMin was ordained at Calvary Baptist Church in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on June 22, 1952. He served as pastor of churches in Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Texas and studied Scripture in Greece, Italy, Turkey, Jordan, Palestine, and Syria. He began authoring published work in 1968 and is an internationally recognized theologian. He currently lives in Texas.
Título: From the Garden of Thorns to the Table of ...
Condición del libro: Good
Descripción CrossBooks Publishing, 2011. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG1462705537