In this scholarly work, Russell D. Moore relates the history leading up to the new "Kingdom" consensus among evangelicals from the time theologian Carl F. H. Henry called for it fifty years ago. He examines how this consensus offers a renewed theological foundation for evangelical engagement in the social and political realms. While evangelical scholars and pastors will be interested in this sharp, insightful book, all evangelicals interested in public policy will find it useful in discovering how this new Kingdom perspective works out in the public square.
NON-FICTION BIBLE PROPHECY TOLD PLAINLY THE KINGDOM OF JESUS CHRIST - The Prophecy takes one's understanding to the advanced level. This is the sixth of a seven-book series. It's written that the world will get worse, the spirit of rebellion abounds. See what the Lord has shown us? See what the Bible foretells. What are the most important things the prophets said? Can you understand at a deeper level? How is God following a plan? How do I cut through all the crap? What are Christians watching for? A no non-sense, practical explanation of the message God delivered through the prophets! Go beyond the Christian track."
Frank Dennison Maurice (1805-72) was arguably the most significant Anglican thinker of the modern age, with an immense influence on contemporary Anglican identity and understanding. Through a series of bruising encounters with his contemporaries, he pioneered a creative response to the critical challenges of modernity. Paying equal attention to contemporary criticism and orthodox Christian belief, he anticipated trends in later theology and set a pattern for reflection and negotiation that is familiar in Anglicanism today. In his work on the church's social witness, he founded Christian Socialism; in his writing on the doctrine of the church, he set out principles that remain central to Anglicanism today; he advocated a representative rather than a hierarchical theology of the ministry; and he established the formula of 'Scripture, creeds, sacrament and episopacy' which has guided Anglican approaches to inter-church relations for a century. This reader draws on sermons, pamphlets as well as his classic texts. An introductory essay explores the man and his remarkable legacy.
A living relationship with God is not the domain of the spiritually elite but is available for all who will humbly seek His face. Many try to find reality and success in life but find it strangely empty of meaning. This book describes how to know God at a deeper level based on the theme of the Kingdom of God and serves as a guide to developing passion for Him. As you study this book carefully and consider for yourself the prayer points at the end of each chapter, you will discover how to find meaning in your life.