3 edition of Remarkable convictions. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By a writer to the Signet.|
|Contributions||Kennedy, Alexander, 1808-1868, supposed author.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3 .R2815|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. l., 260 p.|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||08004808|
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Marcus J. Borg, preeminent theologian and Bible scholar, reflects on Remarkable convictions. book life and how he developed his most bedrock convictions—and why they matter. The result is a manifesto for all progressive Christians who seek the best path for following /5().
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I think that these two books should have been one longer book. Conviction, although interesting and at times very touching, was waaaaaaay too long. For me the book actually ended by 80%.
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I believe that the scriptural concept of the conscience has become so fuzzy or forgotten that all readers will find this little book illuminating for issues that.
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A brand new Frederick Buechner book that isn't just a hodgepodge of previously published materials. Yes please.
The Remarkable Ordinary was born from material of Buechner's, unearthed from a Norton lecture, and lecture from Laity Lodge, edited by John Sloan. Here Buechner reflects on the sacredness of ordinary life, calling us to stop, look and listen to life/5(72).
Authors of new Richard Jewell book discuss his wrongful conviction Former case prosecutor and U.S. attorney in Georgia Kent Alexander and Kevin Salwen -- who ran the southeastern coverage for the. For thirty years, Gary Decker served his community in a wide variety of roles in the military and law-enforcement fields.
With Crimes, Confessions, and Convictions, he invites you into the gritty, dangerous, and often rewarding world of professional law enforcement.
His passion for helping others came with a grave cost, and he was pulled into a world more sinister, evil, and dangerous than. A remarkable collection of prominent writers, activists, and intellectuals has already pledged to form the core of this community. We will publish regular articles that will help to refine and embolden our commitment to a free society.
And we have already planned some amazing events and book clubs that will allow members of this new community to debate the most important issues of the day.
The power of Paul’s example has captivated veteran pastor John MacArthur for years, and here he outlines nine unwavering convictions that contributed to this remarkable perseverance. In an age when pastoral failure and burnout are increasingly common, this book is a call to endurance in ministry, encouraging pastors to stand strong in their.
In Conviction: The Murder Trial that Powered Thurgood Marshall’s Fight for Civil Rights, authors Denver Nicks and John Nicks tell the tragic true story of one of those losses. At the age of 70, he shared a memoir of how his foundation for his beliefs were formed, and remarkable moments from his long-standing commitment to faith.
His book, Convictions: How I Learned What Matters Most, takes readers on a journey through his experience with modern Christianity that celebrates joy, hope, and transformation.