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Book Pages: 202 - Publish Date: 2008-02-22 - Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Description: "So you want to witness! I did too, but I didn't have a clue about how to do it without stubbing my toe in the process." So begins the book that has helped a million people give their faith to others. Paul Little's humour and down-to-earth approach help show how friendly and natural evangelism can really be. "Impossible!" you say? "I just don't know what I'd tell people. What if I can't answer the...
Author(s): Michael Heyd
Book Pages: 312 - Publish Date: 1995 - Publisher: BRILL
Description: This book analyses the theological, medical and scientific critique of enthusiasm claims to direct divine inspiration in early modern Europe, and the contribution of that critique to a more secular culture on the eve of the Enlightenment.
Book Pages: 254 - Publish Date: 1997 - Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Description: The Enneagram and Spiritual Direction brings together the best insights of present enneagram studies and mature work done in the area of adult psychological development and spiritual direction. James Empereur develops the nine enneagram points in such a way that he provides guidelines for the director and student, offers insight for those (especially Christians) who are pursuing the spiritual path, and presents a way of doing interdisciplinary studies in personality development, psychology of adults, and the discipline of spiritual practice.
Author(s): St Teresa of Avila
Book Pages: 292 - Publish Date: 2007 - Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.
Description: Written in 1577 and first published in English in 1852, The Interior Castle is considered one of the greatest works of Catholic spiritual prose. A painting of the spirit within a Renaissance landscape, this allegory of the soul as a castle is both poetic and didactic. Written in address of women, this work describes the seven concentric groups of mansions within the soul, each aligned to one of th...
Author(s): Phil Callaway
Book Pages: 256 - Publish Date: 2009-09-30 - Publisher: Multnomah
Description: Find Out What’s So Funny When Nothing’s Funny Sometimes life just stinks—people disappoint, bad things happen, and hardship comes. Laughing Matters is a collection of stories that shows the difference between those who resign and those who rejoice when reality bites. Readers will be encouraged to choose joy, to find hope, and to discover the abundant life Christ offers all who follow Him. Au...
Author(s): Halvor Moxnes
Book Pages: 222 - Publish Date: 2003 - Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
Description: This is a study of the Historical Jesus that pays close attention to the role of space and place, from house to kingdom, for understanding Jesus' identity. Halvor Moxnes employs a sociological and anthropological approach that promises to give greater depth to our perceptions of Jesus.
Author(s): Adrienne von Speyr
Book Pages: 123 - Publish Date: 2003 - Publisher: Ignatius Press
Description: Mystical insights on Our Lady's Role in the Redemption. Adrienne Von Speyr was a convert to Catholicism, a medical doctor, wife, mystic and author of some 70 books on spirituality. In this profound work on Our Lady, Von Speyr explores Mary's participation with Christ in our redemption, and the unique relationship that each of us should have with our spiritual mother.
Author(s): Myles Munroe
Book Pages: 263 - Publish Date: 2005 - Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers
Description: Dr. Munroe surgically removes the religious rhetoric out of this most-oft-used word -- glory -- replacing it with words that will draw you into the powerful Presence of the Lord. The Glory of Living not only introduces you to the power of the glory but also practically demonstrates how God longs to see His glory reflected through man.
Author(s): Antonio Socci
Book Pages: 128 - Publish Date: 2003-06-11 - Publisher: Encuentro
Description: 250 millones de cristianos arriesgan su vida cada año en todo el mundo. El balance es trágico: 160 000 víctimas al año en América Latina, el norte de África, los países árabes y Asia; 604 misioneros asesinados en la década de 1990 en México, Colombia, Argelia, Arabia Saudí, Pakistán, India, China y Birmania. En los umbrales del siglo XXI los cristianos siguen sufriendo de modo constant...
Author(s): Richard L. Bushman
Book Pages: 174 - Publish Date: 1989 - Publisher: UNC Press Books
Description: Great Awakening: Documents on the Revival of Religion, 1740-1745