Words to Trust

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1991 - 212 Seiten
In a world that many find increasingly disorienting and frenetic, individuals in all walks of life, young and old, face life's strains, encounter its temptations, and yearn to fulfill its many possibilities. Reading Campbell Gillon is like walking into a cool, green oasis, away from the day's scorching heat. This superb collection addresses many of the great and moving themes of Christian faith: The Nature of God, The Revelation of Jesus Christ, and The Making of A Christian.
 

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ThreeLetter Word
3
The God Effect
13
The Great Debate
21
The Undetected God
29
The Revelation of Jesus Christ
39
Sin and the AtOneMent
41
Do Something
49
Temptations to Power
59
A Matter of Style
115
When Worship Works
123
Fear and Faith
131
Joy to Balance
139
Surprise Surprise
147
Throughout the Year
155
The Time of Our Lives
157
The Peace We Seek
167

The Image of Influence
67
The Making of a Christian
77
The Constant Quest
79
Doubtful Believer
87
Christian Consistency
97
Son of
105
For Daily Living
113
Insight on Dedication
177
The Practice of Religion
185
A Hand in It
195
RedLetter Certainties
203
About the Author
211
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\Campbell Gillon, Senior Minister of Georgetown Presbyterian Church in Washington, D.C., for the past eleven years, stands in the tradition of the great Scottish preachers. Since leaving his native land in 1980, Gillon has gained a reputation as one of the most thoughtful and provocative interpreters of Christian experience in the nation's capital.

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