|Statement||J. Christiaan Beker ; translated by Loren T. Stuckenbruck.|
|LC Classifications||BS2651 .B4513 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 152 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||90035463|
In this fourteen-session LifeGuide ® Bible Study, R. Paul Stevens discusses amid the uncertainties of our age, Revelation assures us of the ultimate triumph of God. For over three decades LifeGuide Bible Studies have provided solid biblical content and raised thought-provoking questions―making for a one-of-a-kind Bible study experience for /5(42). This scholarly yet accessible study explores the various aspects of Paul's theology of divine triumph in the Book of Galations. For Paul, the divine invasion into "the present evil age" has resulted in the victory of God over competing suprahuman forces and establishment of a sphere of existence where God's reputation as the cosmic sovereign is by: The book of Daniel demonstrates the glorious wisdom and unmatched power of God at work in his people. It shows that in spite of difficulties, confusion, and persecution, God is in control and will deliver his people as he has ed on: Ma Containing both triumphant stories of God's provision and difficult prophetic images, the book of Daniel stirs readers' imagination and interest. Examples abound of Daniel's unswerving dedication to the God of Israel, and the prophet describes the coming days in striking detail. Throughout this book the nature of Daniel's God is revealed to us.4/5.
The Triumph of God's Love By E. G. White Hardcover – January 1, by E. G. White (Author), Clyde Provonsha (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 6 ratings/5(6). The triumph of God's love: The story of the great controversy between Christ and satan Hardcover – January 1, by Ellen Gould Harmon White (Author) out of 5 5/5(4). Beker does an excellent job laying out Paul's theological convictions in an easy to read and scholarly manner. Beker's thesis is that Paul's theological center is the apocalyptic triumph of God through Christ. He develops his thesis with an interesting proposal on Pauline hermeneutics--the coherent center working alongside contingent s: 4. This book borrowed a great deal of material from Stark's other books: "The Rise of Christianity", "God's Battalions", and "The Victory of Reason". So in that sense it felt like a Stark compendium rather than a new book. There were times when I was frustrated by his misconstruing of the Bible through the lens of secular sociology/5(94).
In The Triumph of God Over Evil, Christian philosopher William Hasker provides a generally comprehensive treatment of the problem of evil and a defense of free will (or open) theism that is both coherent and eminently readable despite the complexity of the issues with which he deals. (Mark H. Mann, Religious Studies Review, March )Cited by: 8. The special character of Paul's interpretation is marked by his ability to embody in his thought and praxis the movement of the incarnation, that is, the condescension of God into the depth of the human condition, so that the eternal Word of the gospel is able to become ever anew a word on target for the people to whom the gospel is addressed. In this session study, you will examine the entire Book of Revelation, looking closely at John’s apocalyptic vision and considering how it speaks to our faith and life as we await the Advent of our Lord. Introduction Getting the Most Out of Revelation: The Triumph of God. Containing both triumphant stories of God's provision and difficult prophetic images, the book of Daniel stirs readers' imagination and interest. Examples abound of Daniel's unswerving dedication to the God of Israel, and the prophet describes the coming days in striking detail. Throughout this book the nature of Daniel's God is revealed to us.