4 edition of Christlike God found in the catalog.
|Statement||John V. Taylor.|
|LC Classifications||BV4817 .T39x 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 306 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||306|
Denomination: Not available "The Christian God has been twisted into Christlike God book not unlike that of radical Islam. They usually follow this basic storyline: God sent Jesus into the world to announce the good news of peace, to turn us from wickedness and save us from ourselves. Now, if Bruce Wilkinson, he went to a minor passage to gain his inspiration, Batterson did him one better. Nobody seemed to notice this. Or do we look to Luke —55, where Jesus rebuked two of his disciples for suggesting such a thing?
Finally, we come to Jesus Calling by Sarah Young. Or even better, people were remembering, oh yeah, I went to heaven too. That book went on to sell more than 10 million copies. Most of that introduction was scrubbed in every later edition.
And where do we look to determine what God is like? And we have all been baptised in those Christlike God book waters of these pseudo-Christian faiths. Whether we love and worship that 'God' or despise and reject him or her or itI believe human conceptions of God are incomplete, distorted and can even be dangerous. I doubt I'll ever know how accurate theologically this book is, but I believe there is much to be gained from reading it.
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The second version walks us through the Christlike God book of Jesus. I wholeheartedly recommend that you read A Christlike God book Christlike Godno matter what your view of God may be. Brad offers a Christlike God book way as he sets the navigating course of the book.
As Brad continues with his book, he Christlike God book some of the false faiths that have been generated in our time. Did you know that one of these best-selling authors has completely revoked his story?
Jersak puts forth a different interpretation - that God is exactly like Jesus, a Father of radical grace rather than a vengeful despot - and gives us much upon which to ponder. When we murder God, he confronts us with his mercy and forgiveness. What I can say about this section is this: my eyes were more freshly opened.
Do you see how this outline follows the Passion story? He tells us the purpose of the book is to draw circles or walk circles or imagine circles around anything that we want. Whilst I see the angle he is getting at, I did wonder if Brad could see the deconstruction language as akin to like that of the un-doing of Christ on the cross?
Well, basically the problem is all in the title. In the book, I define 'the Cross' as the revelation that God is by nature "self-giving, radically forgiving, co-suffering love. Way to what? So suddenly there was this entire genre of books that were all about sharing stories of going to heaven.
Jersak delves into the problems of "a two-faced God love versus force and an apparently two-faced Christ Lamb versus Lion; the suffering Servant versus the bloody Warrior on the white horse.
Jesus showed us this supernaturally safe, welcoming Father-love, extended to very messy people before they repented and before they had faith. They have begun to suspect that the Christian God has been twisted into something not unlike that of radical Islam. It would be too shallow to say that it was merely intellectually stimulating, for it was certainly not the work of an ivory tower theologian, but of a theologian doing writing the way I personally think all theological work should be done: As part of our lived experience and on the ground.
And it gets into big theological questions — and answering them by looking at Christ. Did it somehow escape our notice that God is everywhere and sees all things? See if you can spot even a single hint that God the Father was the culprit in the crucifixion.
It was, in fact, a bunch of malarkey.In this sequel to A More Christlike God, Brad Jersak an award winning author, accomplished theologian, grounded in Scripture and Patristics, writes from decades of pastoral experience.
A More Christlike Way is a book about Jesus Christ/5.
Jun 24, · A More Christlike God by Brad Jersak book review. Book info About the book: A Christlike God book Christlike God (April )What is God like?
A punishing judge? Christlike God book doting grandfather? A deadbeat dad? A vengeful warrior?Believers and atheists alike typically carry and finally reject the toxic images of God in their own hearts and minds.
Even. Apr 18, · T his week we begin a brand new study of Brad Jersak’s book “A More Christlike God.” This is an amazing book that is a good followup to our study from last month.
Be sure to pick up the book and get into deeper study! Brad Jersak Interview. I had the amazing opportunity to .Aug pdf, · Of course, we can’t start to speak of a more Christlike Way without talking pdf God being a Christlike God. And so, Brad is wise to set his book on good foundation by reminding us of his main thesis of his last book (A More Christlike God): that Jesus is the gateway to knowing who God is (and always has been), with the epicentre of this.Mar 28, · What is God like?
Toxic images abound: God the punishing judge, the deadbeat dad, the genie in a bottle. But what if instead, God is completely Christlike? What if His love is more generous, his Cross more powerful, and his gospel more beautiful than we 5/5(1).Ebook More Christlike God: A More Beautiful Gospel () by Bradley Jersak Hear about sales, receive special offers & more.
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