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In this autobiographical account, Dr. Sai Park describes how he managed to break free from the war-torn Korea of his youth and achieve critical success as a medical doctor in U.S.--only to relinquish it all and head back to Korea to serve the poor.
Elmer Dyck and Regent College faculty members combine insights and expertise to offer a multidisciplinary approach for studying and applying the Bible. Contributors: Gordon Fee, J. I. Packer, Craig Gay, Loren Wilkinson, James Houston and Eugene Peterson.
Christopher Hall shows that studying the writings of the leaders of the early church reveals how the Bible was understood in the centuries closest to its writing. He also lays out how modern Christians can benefit from patristic interpretation of Scripture.
John Stott's teaching on Romans reveals how its message transforms our thinking and convicts our hearts as we discover the power of the gospel for every area of our life and our world. Here Stott's The Message of Romans is offered in brief readings suitable for daily use along with weekly studies, covering Romans 1-8.
Number of Studies: 10
John Stott's teaching on Romans reveals how its message transforms our thinking and convicts our hearts as we discover the power of the gospel for every area of our life and our world. Here Stott's The Message of Romans is offered in brief readings suitable for daily use along with weekly studies, covering Romans 9-16.
Number of Studies: 8
Turning to the Gospels, James Bryan Smith invites you to compare your ideas about God with what Jesus himself reveals about his Father. Smith leads you through a process of spiritual formation that includes specific activities aimed at making these new narratives real in your body and soul as well as your mind.
John Stott's teaching on this timeless text shows how its value system, ethical standard, religious devotion and network of relationships clearly distinguish it from the nominal church and the secular world. Here Stott's The Message of the Sermon on the Mount is offered in brief readings suitable for daily use along with weekly studies.
With characteristic style, John Pritchard takes us on pilgrimage to the Holy Land, as he unpacks the five great events that made Christianity – Christmas, Good Friday, Easter, Ascension and Pentecost. Absorbing, immediate and full of stories, this volume offers deeply considered theology, brilliantly communicated to connect with life as we actually experience it.
What's your reading group up to next? Whether you're looking to read contemporary issues, history, fiction, memoirs or even humor, Read Up has you covered, with descriptions, discussion questions, author conversations or excerpts for more than 30 thoughtful books. What's next? Bring Read Up to your next book club and get the conversation started.
Is there a single message of the New Testament? Envisioning a conversation among nine different authors of twenty-seven different books, Derek Tidball reveals how much they have in common in their articulation of the good news. The result of eavesdropping on their imagined discussion is a fascinating introduction to the diversity and unity of the New Testament.