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Is Christianity 'so heavenly minded to be of no earthly use?' This title is seeking to assist Christians in understanding that the world around us is far more spiritual than is usually realised, and has a key role to play in the theatre of eternity. Christ, notes the author, is reconciling the world to Himself, and the implications of this are staggering. Dispelling common errors and affirming the genuine wonders of Creational spirituality, this book is a must for those who wish to unwrap the astonishing gems of Biblical Redemption.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.8" Width: 5.04" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.31 lbs.
Release Date Aug 18, 2006
Publisher Grosvenor House Publishing Limited
ISBN 1905529635 ISBN13 9781905529636
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A Much Needed Christian Emphasis Oct 29, 2007
Howard Nowlan is one of many voices that are starting to speak up about an important part of our Christian faith, an area of truth often neglected by the church today. This book is an introductory one that tries to point us to a proper view of our physical future with a physical new creation. God's Incarnation in Jesus, and His physical Resurrection after the Cross as humanity's eternal Human King, have implications for human destiny that are often overlooked. What Howard draws to our attention, in a very cogent and articulate way, is how our physical destiny in resurrection is related to the creation that awaits restoration at Christ's return (Romans 8:19-24). As we anticipate participating in that restoration physically in our own resurrected bodies, there are some obvious implications about our relationship to this present creation. What should be our attitude now toward the physical nature of our humanity and toward the physical world we live in, which, though groaning under the burden of the Fall, is still permeated with the grace and glory of God? --- Rev. David L. Hatton