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Confessing God

Essays In Christian Dogmatics II

by John Webster

  • 329 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by T. & T. Clark Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian theology,
  • Religion - Theology,
  • Religion,
  • Christian Theology - General,
  • Christianity - Catechisms,
  • Theology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages232
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7854157M
    ISBN 100567083772
    ISBN 109780567083777

    The Barmen Declaration or the Theological Declaration of Barmen (Die Barmer Theologische Erklärung) was a document adopted by Christians in Nazi Germany who opposed the Deutsche Christen (German Christian movement).In the view of the delegates to the Synod that met in the city of Wuppertal-Barmen in May, , the German Christians had corrupted church government by making it . I am grateful especially for the reminder that this book contains of the importance of recognizing the revelation of Scripture as analogical, and sometimes anthropopathic, and the importance of recognizing this in our teaching. Confessing the Impassible God deserves close study and appreciative discussion among Reformed Christians.”.

    Truly, this book is less a conversation than a tiresome monologue by Neale Donald Walsch, who in the process of instructing the reader to liberate himself by recognizing his own Self as God, paints an image of a God as small as Walsch himself, and filled with Walsch's own parochialisms/5(K). Although Augustine has been using Neoplatonic terms and ideas throughout the Confessions thus far, it isn't until Book VII that he reaches the point in his autobiography when he first reads Neoplatonic philosophy. This is a watershed moment for the young Augustine, who finds in Neoplatonism a way of reconciling his long pursuit of philosophy with his new and serious faith in the Catholic church.

      Coronavirus, Confession, and the God Who Knows by Elizabeth Scalia Ma Cleaning out a bookshelf, I found this thought scrawled—uncharacteristically for me—in the back of a book I’d brought on retreat some years ago. Well, praise the lord this is Minister gloria moody and this week our scripture is taken from the book of James chapter. One verse, 22, but be doers of the word and not hearers only deceiving your own. Selves as from the King James and from the new living translation, it says, but don't just listen to god's word, you must do what it says.


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An inspiring book, a companion book and an instant peace filled source of Gods word meant to be spoken out loud daily strengthening the faith of all who want Gods 5/5(10). Book Description John Webster examines the body of the Christian confession and about the nature, ends, and settings of Christian by: 6.

His published work includes a number of books on the theology of Karl Barth, on the nature and interpretation of Scripture, and on Christian dogmatics, including Confessing God. He edited The Oxford Handbook to Confessing God book Theology, and is an editor of The International Journal of Systematic Theology.5/5(1).

In Confessing God's Word, Dr. Maureen Anderson helps to zero in on the appropriate scripture for any situation. The promises of God are personalized and organized to aid in effective prayer and counsel. 1Review Confessing God's Word can change your life in a matter of days.

When you read these confessions out loud, the Word is heard by your ear and planted in your s: 1. Confession of God’s Word Builds Faith – Kenneth E. Hagin Central Truth: Confession is faith’s way of expressing itself.

Faith’s confession creates reality. It is always possible to tell if a person is believing right by what he says. All my children have lots of Christian friends, and God has set aside a Christian wife or husband for each of them. — 1 Corinthians My children love to pray and study the Word.

They openly and boldly praise God. — 2 Timothy My children make right choices according to the Word of God. — Psalm ; Isaiah   Continuing the project of 'Word and Church', this new collection gathers studies in three areas. Webster firstly produces studies on the nature of Christian theology and its relation to Scripture and the confessions of the church.

He also produces an account of the theological style of the French Dominican theologian Yves Congar/5(12). About Confessing God Put together as a companion volume to his earlier volume, Word and Church, in this book John Webster begins to give voice to a reordered conception of the substance of Christian teaching, at the heart of which lies a discovery of the content and consequences of Christian teaching about God's perfection.

This is a book about the Book. Not just a book, but the Book - the Word of God written, the only infallible rule of truth and practice for our lives. Here the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology explores the Author's glory by unfolding the richness and perfection of the Bible.

The Cambridge Declaration. In Aprilthe Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals held its first major meeting of evangelical scholars.

The Cambridge Declaration, first presented at this meeting, is a call to the evangelical church to turn away from the worldly methods it has come to embrace, and to recover the Biblical doctrines of the Reformation.

People who cannot get to confession because of the coronavirus lockdown or another serious reason can go to God directly, be specific about their sins, request pardon and experience God. [VIII] Characteristically of this part of the Confessions, Augustine begins by taking stock of his progress toward God at the time.

He had removed all doubt "that there is an indestructible substance from which comes all substance," and recognized that God was a. Confessing the word of God is one way we can overcome. Hope you find these a blessing to you.

Confessing scripture in prayer is transforming. You can word these confessions as "prayers" as well as praying the scriptures using some of the examples I have here: 'Praying The Scriptures'. The partial confession actually focuses more attention on the thing people did wrong than no confession at all.

An interesting question for future research is whether confessions act a little like. At once theological, historical, and practical, Confessing the Triune God is the perfect place to start thinking about God; it’s the ideal place, too, to start living a life modeled by the Trinity.

The book’s format makes it all the more useful. I read this book on a flight from Dallas to /5(4). Confessing God's Word can change your life in a matter of days. When you read these confessions out loud, the Word is heard by your ear and planted in your heart/5.

For example, you will probably never hear them confessing the following portion of God’s Word, “If we suffer, we shall also reign with him; if we deny him, he also will deny us.” (2 Timothy ) We must begin confessing what the Word of God has to say about our lives and circumstances instead of what those in the world may speak about.

Thus, the search for God remains an inward search. [X] Perhaps in humble response to the knowledge of the search for God that he has just claimed, Augustine spends the remainder of Book X confessing the ways in which he is still separated from a truly (almost impossibly) Godly life.

Confessing the Impassible God is an extraordinarily important book. Its subject is of the highest importance – The Doctrine of the Impassibility of God. Its style is exceptional: in a coherent, comprehensive and compelling manner, it guides the serious reader toward a holy and helpful understanding of this truth/5(6).

O righteous God! And whenever we have refused to follow them we have found out how right they are. Have mercy on us, O God. Holy God, God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, have mercy on us for the sake of your Son, who died to free us from our sins. To you be honor and glory!

Amen. Hughes Oliphant Old, Leading in Prayer, The Book of Common. I confess that I speak well of myself. I don’t batter myself with wrong or negative words. I agree with all that God’s Word declares me to be, and I speak these truths about myself.

Every day I am getting more positive and more faith-filled, and my mouth is speaking what God says about me.The book is structured as follows. The Introduction presses home the importance of the doctrine of divine impassibility. Readers will be challenged to recognize that tinkering with divine impassibility as classically understood has implications that always end up compromising other fundamental articles of /5.