A Hand Not Shortened
A Hand Not Shortened is a comprehensive theological book on the creative workings of the grace of God in ten of the great individuals of the Bible. Very few books examine exegetically the dynamics of the grace of God in such detail. The primary theme of the book is that God adjusts the workings of His grace to each of these great individuals’ situations. Theologically speaking, God’s grace is not restricted to parameters that apply only to pristine individuals or to those who were raised in privileged circumstances. Rather, God’s grace is characterized by great flexibility to reach any individual in a variety of circumstances. This fact has grand theological and practical implications. It gives hope to the theologian whose primary declaration is that “God is Love” and stirs the aspirations of the seeker who longs to hear that God really cares. This book focuses of the lives of many great individuals from the Bible including Abraham, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, David, Peter, Paul, and others as well. This book will have a deep impact upon both the theologian and the seeker.
Chapter 1: The Grace of God in The Life of Abraham. Chapter 2: The Grace of God in The Life of Jacob. Chapter 3: The Grace of God in The Life of Joseph. Chapter 4: The Grace of God in The Life of Moses. Chapter 5: The Grace of God in The Life of David. Chapter 6: God’s Grace in The Life of The Righteous Kings. Chapter 7: The Grace of God in The Life of Peter. Chapter 8: The Grace of God in The Life of Paul.
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- REL095000 - RELIGION: CHRISTIAN EDUCATION: Adult
- REL026000 - RELIGION: Education
- BIO000000 - BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY: General
- A Century of Leadership Biographies of Kappa Delta Pi Presidents
- Conflict and Resolution Progressive Educators and the Question of Religion
- Exposing a Culture of Neglect Herschek T. Manuel and Mexican American Schooling
- Readings in American Educational Thought From Puritanism to Progressivism
- The Pursuit of Curriculum Schooling and the Public Interest
- This Happened in America Harold Rugg and the Censure of Social Studies