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Creation, sin, covenant, and salvation : a primer for biblical theology

Author: Edward P Meadors
Publisher: Eugene, Or. : Cascade Books, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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This is a short accessible sysnopsis of the Christian worldview for readers of all ages. Sprinkled with anecdotes, the book eases readers into a succint yet comprehensive discussion of biblical thought. The final chapter explains the authority, practical value, and intended purpose of Scripture. Meadors inspires readers to think critically about the real life believability of the Christian faith, especially its  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward P Meadors
ISBN: 1610970721 9781610970723
OCLC Number: 733230356
Description: xiii, 126 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Eden : fact or fairy tale? --
It's a humpty dumpty world : sin and its consequences --
The covenant solution : it's all about relationships --
Salvation : what God made, he can fix --
The self-authenticating power of Scripture.
Responsibility: Edward P. Meadors.

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This is a short accessible sysnopsis of the Christian worldview for readers of all ages. Sprinkled with anecdotes, the book eases readers into a succint yet comprehensive discussion of biblical thought. The final chapter explains the authority, practical value, and intended purpose of Scripture. Meadors inspires readers to think critically about the real life believability of the Christian faith, especially its intellectual coherence. In keeping with biblical theology, the book affirms the continuity of biblical revelation from beginning to end before consummating in the resurrectio f the dead and God's restoration of all creation.
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