4 edition of Making Sense of the Bible found in the catalog.
March 20, 2007
by Mission and Ministry Resources
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|Number of Pages||184|
The world’s bestselling, most-read, and most-loved book is also one of the most confusing. In Making Sense of the Bible, Adam Hamilton, one of the country’s leading pastors and Christian authors, addresses the hot-button issues that plague the church and cultural debate, and answers many of the questions frequently asked by Christians and /5(71). With a strong emphasis on the scriptural basis for each doctrine—what the whole Bible teaches us today about a particular topic; clear writing, with technical terms kept to a minimum; and a contemporary approach, emphasizing how each doctrine should be understood and applied by present-day Christians, Making Sense of the Bible is required reading for understanding the relevant 5/5(1).
In Making Sense of the Bible, Adam Hamilton invites us into an honest conversation about the Bible. The book begins with foundational questions such as, How and when was the Bible . A Discovery Bible study-- a neighborhood group of people interested to learn about the Bible--can read Making Sense with a Christian friend to lead the group. It works well with adult classes at church, high school or college groups interested in a serious study, and one-on-one mentoring, such as with confirmation students. Excellent book on the topic of interpreted the Bible. Good does a fantastic job of addressing the major challenges of interpretation and also highlighting the subtle topics that often go unnoticed. I especially liked the "storytime" segments that she interspersed throughout the book/5.
In Making Sense of the Bible, Adam Hamilton invites us into an honest conversation about the Bible. The book begins with foundational questions such as: How and when was the Bible written? Who decided which books made it into the scriptures and why? How literally must we read it? And, is the Bible ever wrong? Ignite thought-provoking group discussions with Making Sense books and videos. Content from a respected source Making Sense was created by David J. Lose, president of The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia and popular international speaker. MAKING SENSE OF THE BIBLE: Breaking the Code of Revelation. Revelation b First United Methodist Church/The Open Door (Bloomington, IN) J Dr. Mark Owen Fenstermacher In Harper Lee’s wonderful novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, the Radley house is Size: KB.
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Making Sense of the Bible will teach you how to enjoy studying it on your own. David Whitehead has been helping people engage with the Bible for years, including through his popular website, The Daily Bible /5(5).In Making Ebook of the Bible, Adam Hamilton, one of the country’s leading pastors and Christian authors, addresses the hot-button issues that plague the church and cultural debate, and answers many of the questions frequently asked by Christians and non-Christians alike.