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Truthquest Getting Deep: Understand What You Believe About God and Why epub

by Gregg R. Allison


Truthquest Getting Deep: Understand What You Believe About God and Why epub

ISBN: 0805425543

ISBN13: 978-0805425543

Author: Gregg R. Allison

Category: Bibles

Subcategory: Education

Language: English

Publisher: B & H Pub Group (August 1, 2002)

Pages: 176 pages

ePUB book: 1467 kb

FB2 book: 1987 kb

Rating: 4.6

Votes: 483

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Getting Deep book Original Title. Truthquest Getting Deep: Understand What You Believe About God and Why (Truthquest).

Truthquest Getting Deep: Understand What You Believe About God and Why (Truthquest). 0805425543 (ISBN13: 9780805425543).

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Getting Deep : Understand What You Believe about God and Wh. Cites the importance for a theologically sound understanding of a biblical God, in a guide directed specifically to teens that enables them to develop a world view affirming a Christian faith.

Getting Deep : Understand What You Believe about God and Why. by Gregg R. Allison.

Students have a need and responsibility-now more than ever-to get deep with their faith. It's simply laid out, but delves into the meatier subjects of Christianity, like the incarnation of Christ and God's requirement for personal holiness. They need not only to admire and respect Jesus. Dr. Allison doesn't beat around the bush, yet he still presents this heady material in a conversational, genuine way, informed by his many years of experience on the mission field as well as in the classroom. I only wish I had had a book like this one when I was in high school.

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Students have a need and responsibility-now more than ever-to get deep . This book is excellent for any high school student who wants to go deeper in their Christian faith. About two-thirds of the book is dedicated to the doctrine of Christ, and a third is about the. Tam incelemeyi okuyun. He has worked with young people at Good Shepherd Community Church in Oregon, since 1978.

Allison is the author of Getting Deep: Understand What You Believe About God and Why (B&H, 2002) and Jesusology: Understand What You Believe About Jesus and Why (B&H, 2005). E arly in my career of teaching systematic theology, a student arranged an appointment with me in my office. After the customary small talk, he cut to the quick: He was experiencing multiple physical problems, plagued by insomnia, digestive and excretory problems, blood in his urine, lethargy, and attention deficit

If you did not believe in God, and that the only way to salvation was through Jesus, then you were doomed to an eternity in Hell . I couldn’t understand why I was so sad all the time. I lost interest in everything, like my friends, my activities (ballet, music, et., school and church

If you did not believe in God, and that the only way to salvation was through Jesus, then you were doomed to an eternity in Hell instead of the good place. And it was the saddest fate for those who disbelieved. All the church people felt immense sorrow for those who refused to believe and follow the Lord. Now, being the sort of kid I was, a lot didn’t make sense to me. I kept asking them questions about stuff like what happened to people who were not Christians., school and church. I began to withdraw and isolate myself.

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Cites the importance for a theologically sound understanding of a biblical God, in a guide directed specifically to teens that enables them to develop a world view affirming a Christian faith.
This is a good late middle school/early high school theology book. I would consider this a good introduction into systematic theology. So I would recommend this for a teen or new believer. The author does a decent enough job covering a few attributes of God plus the Trinity and "problem" of evil and creation (plus a few others). By no means exhaustive but it's not meant to be. It's written for teens but the author tends to have a quesion section at the end of the chapters (or mid-chapter questions) that no teen would actually do. I wish some of these authors who write for teens would get some input from their intended audience. This would be a good gift for a young believer who is wanting to deepend their faith and/or get into apologetics. Well written and doesn't muddle along. Final Grade - B
This is a great book. It avoids the usual Christian cliches and explores the concept of God. Its aimed at teens in high school, but I'm a college student and I felt that this book could be for anyone despite their age. It helped me understand a lot of things much better even though I've heard of them before.
This book talks about who God is, and what he does. It helps explain the trinity, suffering and how it all affects you. Again, this is written from a Christian perspective and I really liked this book.
It doesn't have the usual Christian cliches, it doesn't sound boring and I highly recommend it for anyone that wants to understand the concept of God much better from a Christian perspective. And it won't put you to sleep!