4 edition of The reality of God found in the catalog.
The reality of God
Schubert Miles Ogden
|Statement||by Schubert M. Ogden.|
|LC Classifications||BT80 .O4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 237 p.|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||66020783|
Chip Ingram is the teaching pastor and CEO of Living on the Edge, an international teaching and discipleship ministry. A pastor for over thirty years, Chip is the author of many books, including Culture Shock, The Real Heaven, The Real God, The Invisible War, and Love, Sex, and Lasting and his wife, Theresa, have four grown children and twelve grandchildren Brand: Baker Publishing Group. Our distorted view of God is at the root of our problems in the world today. An in-depth study of seven attributes of God through The Real God study guide will help you see Him in a whole new light. It will change the way you think about God, yourself, and others. Each study guide contains a code that allows you to stream Chip Ingram’s video teaching for free. Buy more and save! 1 – 4.
In Part II of the book, I will use evidence, or more precisely, the lack of evidence where evidence should exist, to show beyond a reasonable doubt that the Biblical God is a mythical figure no more real than Zeus, the King of Gods from Greek Mythology/5(65). Abrams presents the case that God is real, and is an emergent phenomenon, not unlike economics or psychology or art -- real things that we can study but not kick like a rock. The book sets forth a lot of cosmology that is also very interesting, but went on a bit too long for my taste/5.
Davis offers a vision that he calls Reformed in its soteriology, Trinitarian in its theology, doxological in seeing worship as the highest priority of the church, charismatic in its affirmation of the gifts and presence of the Spirit in the life of the congregation, and liturgical /5(3). Greg explains it through the five parts of his book: God, Man, Jesus, Cross, and Resurrection. The Story begins with God because He is the main character, the creator of all things. This part explores competing explanations of what reality is composed of, Matter-ism (materialism) and Mind-ism (pantheism).
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Even for someone with no science background or who is not a big reader, The Reality of God is a book that is accessible to anyone regardless of their background. As someone who was a lifelong atheist before I converted to Catholicism in my late twenties, I have to say this might be the best single book that goes over the basics of why we believe in God and the scientific and human evidence that God is real/5(51).
The God Delusion, by Richard Dawkins, represents perhaps the most brazen attack yet on Christianity. In it he portrays Christianity as unscientific, irrational and even downright evil. The God Reality takes Professor Dawkins main arguments and shows the many flaws and falsehoods they contain.5/5(4).
This book is by religion columnist Louis Cassels. This religion columnist analyses arguments for and against God's existence in a book intended for wistful agnostics and reluctant atheists.
Attributes the roots of skepticism to science, secularism, cultural conditioning, and the failing credibility of 4/5(2). The Reality of God and the Problem of Evil provides another indication that Thomism continues to thrive as a vital tradition in philosophy and theology."/5(12).
He suggests, “My conviction is that it is in this secular affirmation that we must discover the reality of God in our time.
The reality of God book adequate response to secularistic negations will not be made by a supernaturalism that is no longer tenable or by a naturalism that uncritically accepts the same by: Belief in God is, he claims, an all-embracing world view about the nature of reality of which the possibility of truth is a part.
Drawing on the work of St Augustine and St Anselm, Richard Rorty, Don Cupitt, The reality of God book in particular Alasdair MacIntyre, Markham demonstrates that the necessary assumptions underpinning the realist account of truth must entail the existence of by: 4.
After a chapter of introduction Davis structures his book around four themes: God, The Church and the Self, Why God has been lost and where we can look to find him.
Reality in Worship, The Real Presence of God on Sunday Morning The Eucharist, Meeting the Risen Christ at the Table From Ontology to Doxology, From theory to practice in worship renewal/5(16).
The book was a joy to read, positively enlightening in regard to the "real presence" of Christ and the Spirit in the early church, and showing what In a few areas he may have tried to do to much, namely by trying to draw analogies with spiritual realities by using computer technological realities/5.
The Bible does claim to be from the All Wise Creator (2 Tim. 3: 16, 17). When one looks around, seeing the stars, the enormity of the universe and the order and complexity of nature, one sees the fact of God. When one considers the teaching of God’s Book, one observes the reality of God.
John Jefferson Davis, professor of systematic theology and Christian ethics at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, has made a substantial effort to cut through the noise and touch the heart of the worship issue in his book Worship and the Reality of God, an Evangelical Theology of Real Presence ( pages, IVP Academic).
In the opinion of this reviewer, he has done an outstanding job. Also, according to Scripture, ultimate reality, God, is “one personal spirit” and “the one true reality” behind all else who can be known only as he reveals himself.
For Strobel, there was far too much evidence against the idea of God, let alone the possibility that God became a man. God was just mythology, superstition, or wishful thinking.
As a graduate of Yale Law School, an investigative reporter, and eventual legal affairs editor for the Chicago Tribune, Strobel was familiar with the weighing of evidence. God is real, and the reality of God is the truth revealed in Jesus.
The greatest thing about the Christian proclamation of the gospel is that Jesus, in all his reality, is to be found in our own. Turn in your Bibles to Romans chapter 1, Romans chapter 1. I want to read for you just a few verses, starting at ve Romans 'For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungo.
Now today, The Atheist and the Reality of God. Opening my Book to the fourteenth psalm I read: “The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God” [Psalm ]. And that is the only reference and the only statement made with regard to an unbelieving, blaspheming atheist in all of that Book.
I have searched it from cover to cover. 4 THE REALITY OF GOD External and Internal Challenges to Faith There are major challenges to faith in today’s increasingly secular Western culture.
Both external challenges (from outside ourselves) and internal challenges (from within ourselves) to belief in God have caused many people to stop practicing the faith of their childhood. Weekly Overview: God’s presence is real, full of love, and completely transformational.
It takes what was broken and brings healing. It takes what was lost and guides us to our rightful place in the Father. It satisfies the weary, brings light to the darkness, and pours out the refreshing rain of God’s love on the. The Reality of God: The Layman's Guide to Scientific Evidence for a Creator: Steven R.
Hemler: Books - (35). CHAPTER 6: THE REALITY OF GOD. God As Creator Of Order. The first important concept about God in the system of Ordergonics is the concept of God as the creator of order. In Ordergonics, as in the Bible, order and creation are so interdependent as to be almost synonymous. Order is the means of creation, and creation is the means of order.
The book is built around five words that tell the most important details of the Christian Story in the order they took place: God, man, Jesus, cross, and (the final) resurrection—beginning to end.
These words identify the theological backbone to the Christian story. The Real God is an in-depth, very readable study of seven attributes of God – His goodness, sovereignty, holiness, wisdom, justice, love, and faithfulness. You’ll see and understand Him in a whole new light.
It will revolutionize the way you think about God, others, and yourself. Are you ready for a new adventure? Join Chip on this journey to discover the real God.
This is the softcover book.In his new book, Worship and the Reality of God, he reminds us that a follower of Jesus inhabits an alternate reality. With passion and verve, he invites readers to a .Debbie Alsdorf discovered the reality of Christ's love through a season of pain and brokenness.
In Deeper, she reaches out to every woman tired of cliche Christianity and the burden of living a life of performance and people-pleasing. Through Psalmyou'll discover how to bring life to your heart by radically embracing four core truths about God's love for you: he knows you, he protects 5/5(5).