By John Ortberg
2016 Christian booklet Award finalist (Nonfiction category)
Very not often within the Bible does God command a person to “Stay.” He opens a door, after which he invitations us to stroll via it—into the unknown. and the way we decide to reply will finally ensure the lifestyles we are going to lead and the individual we are going to turn into. actually, to fail to embody the open door is to overlook the paintings God has made for us to do.
In the entire locations to move . . . how are you going to Know?, bestselling writer John Ortberg opens our eyes to the numerous doorways God areas sooner than us each day, teaches us tips on how to realize them, and offers us the encouragement to step out in religion and include all the remarkable possibilities that await.
So pass ahead—walk via that door. you simply may well do whatever that lasts for eternity.
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It is also misleading to imagine that all of those studying religious studies in the Western academy have no prior religious commitments and approach their subject in a detached rather than ﬁdeistic manner. On the contrary, many are likely to engage in religious studies precisely because of their existential interests and concerns. It is quite possible for those, say, with deﬁned Christian commitments themselves to wish to relate these commitments to those within religious traditions outside Christianity.
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Davies 1992, Whitelam 1996), and on the Continent by Niels Peter Lemche and Thomas L. Thompson (an American) in Copenhagen (see Thompson 1999, Lemche 1998). For these writers, the historical study of ancient Israel has until very recently been far too focused on the biblical text. A classic example would be John Bright’s A History of Israel (Bright 1960), studied by several generations of theological students and still in active use today. Bright draws a great deal on “external” evidence (archeology in particular), but he follows the Old Testament’s own presentation of the history of Israel very closely.