God Who Stands and Stays

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Crossway, 1 Oca 1999 - 566 sayfa

Part 6 in a monumental six-volume set that presents an undeniable case for the revealed authority of God to a generation that has forgotten who he is and what he has done.

 

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İçindekiler

Shall We Surrender the Supernatural?
11
Gods Transcendence and Immanence
35
The Resurgence of Process Philosophy
52
Election The Freedom of God
76
Contemporary Debate over Divine Election
90
God the Sovereign Creator
108
Creation Ex Nihilo
120
The Six Days of Creation
133
The Holiness of God
324
Gods Incomparable Love
340
On Finding Christ in Nonbiblical Religions
360
The Ministry of the Holy Spirit
370
The God of Justice and of Justification
402
Justice and the Kingdom of God
418
The Christian and Political Duty
436
God Who Stays Divine Providence
455

The Crisis of Evolutionary Theory
156
The Origin and Nature of Man
197
Angels Satan and the Demons and the Fall
229
The Goodness of God
251
God and the Problem of Evil
269
Evil As a Religious Dilemma
283
The Fatherhood of God
305
Auschwitz As a Suspension of Providence
485
God Who Stays The Finalities
492
Bibliography
515
Person Index
539
Scripture Index
546
Subject Index
556
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Carl F. H. Henry (1913-2003) was widely considered one of the foremost evangelical theologians of the twentieth century. He was the founding editor of Christianity Today, the chairman of the World Congress on Evangelism in Berlin in 1966, and the program chairman for the Jerusalem Conference on Biblical Prophecy in 1970. Henry taught or lectured on America's most prestigious campuses and in countries on every continent, and penned more than twenty volumes, including The Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism (1948), Evangelicals at the Brink of Crisis (1967), and the monumental six-volume work, God, Revelation, and Authority (1976-1983).

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