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Into the arena : insight essays on the Christian life

Author: Charles Scriven
Publisher: Washington : Review and Herald Pub. Association, [1975]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Scriven
OCLC Number: 1340626
Description: 157 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: The book explained: Scriven, C. What to expect, what not to expect. Rice, R. Doctrine: do we have too much or too little?--Problems of belief: Vick, E.W.H. With all my mind. Scriven, C. Knowing that God is our maker. Rice, R. The problem of evil. Vick, E.W.H. Doubt.--On being human: Brown, D. On making yourself and making your world. Butler, J. Belief number 10: the state of the dead. Scriven, C. Our inner private world.--The significance of the cross: Larson, D. Why our hope is sure. Butler, J. The symbol of two gardens.--The experience of salvation: Scriven, C. Getting the spirit. Butler, J. Baptism, Ralph Nader, and the church. Maxwell, M. What is righteousness by faith? Battistone, J.J. Prayer in a secular age. Larson, D. Celebrating the Sabbath. Oosterwal, G. The people of God. Christian ethics: Rice, R. The unexpectedness of love. Scriven, C. Chastity and faithfulness. Butler, J. Camels and gnats. Oosterwal, G. The world my destination. Battistone, J.J. Doctor, lawyer, merchant, chief. Butler, J. Dreams, visions, and the establishment.--Ultimate fulfillment: Butler, J. Pity the planet, all joy gone. Branson, R. Can God be a stone?
Responsibility: Chuck Scriven, compiler.

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