Item description for The Way That Leads to Life: Preaching Through the Sermon on the Mount by Michael Eaton...
Overview Most people have heard of the Sermon on the Mount and are aware of some of its contents yet it is often a misunderstood sermon. The sermon is a description of the kind of life that is to be lived by Jesus's disciples. It is a call to live for the things of heaven rather than the temporary satisfaction of worldly things. In this work, Michael Eaton takes on the challenge to better understand and increase his knowledge of the Sermon on the Mount. Church leaders or layman shouldn't be without it.
Publishers Description Well known manual of doctrine for all those requiring an introduction to the Christian faith.This edition contains the addition of scripture proofs in full notes by Roderick Lawson. The Westminster Shorter Catechism has been an effective tool for teaching the Christian faith to young and old for over 300 years and is still used in Presbyterian and other reformed churches to this day.This is one of the most popular editions as it contains proof texts to aid a parent or teacher in their instruction.
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Studio: Christian Focus
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.78" Width: 5.17" Height: 0.51" Weight: 0.39 lbs.
Release Date Jun 22, 1999
Publisher Christian Focus Publications
ISBN 1857923391 ISBN13 9781857923391
Availability 0 units.
More About Michael Eaton
Michael Eaton is a screenwriter and playwright. His screen credits include "Fellow Traveller, Signs and Wonders, Shoot to Kill "and "Why Lockerbie"?
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Simple, Challenging and very Honest Apr 4, 2007
Michael Eaton is able to write in an accurate and simple way, and yet he is able to keep one foot in the scholarly world to bring the text back to the Greek. This book encourages obedience and wipes the dust off too much theological discussion to present a clear and simple presentation of the Sermon on the Mount. He protects Salvation by Grace alone, and urgues us to see that the sermon is not particularly evangelical at all, but rather, deals with a Christian Disciple's personal attitude. He urges Christians to enter the narrow gate, and to take serisouly, these challenging words from Christ our Saviour. The book is best for simple readers who maintain a high level of Christian living.