Item description for Birthright: Christian, Do You Know Who You Are? by David C. Needham...
Overview David Needham asks "Christian, do you know who you are?" in this remarkable and easy-to-understand rerelease of his book about the Christian's birthright. He offers fresh insight into the theological problem of Christian identity, biblically based teaching, and a challenge for personal enrichment and further Bible study. Birthright achieves an excellent balance between the theological and the practical. The author's sincerity and candid writing style are guaranteed to buoy the spirits of readers.
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Studio: Multnomah Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.04" Height: 0.74" Weight: 1.03 lbs.
Release Date Nov 11, 2005
Publisher Multnomah Books
ISBN 159052666X ISBN13 9781590526668
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More About David C. Needham
David C. Needham is professor of theology at Multnomah Bible College in Portland, Oregon, where he has taught for over thirty years. His previous books include Close to His Majesty and Birthright. He is a graduate of Westmont College and Dallas Theological Seminary.
David C. Needham was born in 1929.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Birthright: Christian, Do You Know Who You Are??
Excellent Condition Mar 30, 2008
This book got to me soon than expected which I was very happy about. The book is in excellent condition
Birthright Dec 8, 2007
If you feel like you are a product of your parents and the tragedies that have occured in your life. Read this book. It is life changing. When you enter into Christ, not only does your future change, but so does your past. "All things" become new. Thus, your heritage... Christ. Your future... Christ. Your destiny, your freedom... Christ in you, the hope of glory! (Beleive the lie, empower the liar.)
Claiming Our Birthright in Christ Jan 21, 2006
"Birthright" is the updated, revised, expanded edition of Needham's earlier work by the same title.
Needham has done Christians a great service in biblically explaining the nature of our new nature in Christ. He teaches from the Scriptures with precision, clarity, and practicality who we are in Christ.
Carefully and graciously, he describes how the notion that Christians are not saints is inadequate. With depth, he demonstrates that the flesh and the old nature/sin nature are not the same.
The result is an increased joy in our regeneration and an increased confidence in sanctification through Christ.
Reviewer: Bob Kellemen, Ph.D., is the author of "Beyond the Suffering: Embracing the Legacy of African American Soul Care and Spiritual Direction," "Soul Physicians" and "Spiritual Friends."
An Amazingly Liberating Book! Oct 11, 2005
David Needham is one of the professors I've had the pleasure to sit under at Multnomah Bible College. This was the textbook to his Spiritual Life class at the school, back when he still taught it there. I have become deeply impacted not only by the book, but by the man behind it. David Needham is one of the most passionate teachers I've ever seen. When I read his book for the first time it turned a 180 in my Christian life. I realized how many of Satan's lies I'd been kept under, even in my Christian life. This book has impacted my life and relationship with God more than I can possibly say. Dear Christian, do you know who you are? Just another plain old sinner, saved by grace? Please don't buy into that lie! Read David Needham's book, and let the truth of the Word of God liberate you to dimensions of life you've never dreamed of!
On my top 10 list Feb 18, 2004
Of all the terrific books I've read, there are only a few to which I return again and again; "Birthright," by David Needham, is on that list. I do not return to it simply to remember a concept, like a reference book. I keep this book close at hand because I need it, again and again.