The Living God: A Look at What the Bible Says About God

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Regent College Publishing, 2003 - 132 páginas
The living God: unique, all-powerful, Creator of all things; a God to be known, personally and intimately; dynamic, active today in human affairs. This book is not an academic study of what the church has taught, or what scholars have said, but rather a challenging study of what the Bible itself says about God. In The Living God, author R. T. France encourages us to come to grips with the broad sweep of biblical data, showing us that the God of the Bible is neither passive nor far removed from our everyday lives, but rather a dynamic and living reality to be engaged. "This book is a gem! It is well written, it is pulsating with life, it is full of vital truths. A book about the doctrine of God, but written in a modern style, with a light touch, yet without avoiding the deep issues involved... first-class material." -Christian Weekly Newspapers R. T. France has taught at London Bible College and was principal of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, from 1989 to 1995. He has published scholarly commentaries on Matthew, Mark and Hebrews, and is also the author of Jesus the Radical, The Evidence for Jesus, and Jesus and the Old Testament.

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INTRODUCTION
7
THE LIVING GOD
9
KNOWING ABOUT GOD
27
KNOWING GOD
42
GOD ABOVE
58
GOD WITH US
80
THREE IN ONE
97
GOD IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
116
INDEX OF PRINCIPAL BIBLICAL REFERENCES
127
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