Fe Auténtica: Volvamos Al Verdadero Cristianismo

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Editorial Portavoz, Aug 11, 2011 - 202 pages
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Hasta el dia de su muerte, A. W. Tozer jamas dejo de exhortar a la Iglesia para que caminase como aquellos que realmente pertenecen al reino de Dios. Aunque nunca rebajo su critica contra lo que el llamaba el iglesianismo, forjada en torno al espectaculo, creia que la Iglesia estaba lista para renovarse, y anhelaba verla regresar a lo que fue antes, a aquel modelo tipifi cado por la Iglesia primitiva llena del Espiritu Santo, humilde y amorosa. Si se ha preguntado alguna vez por que la Iglesia tiene poca infl uencia en el mundo y, de igual manera, como su vida personal podria constituir mas claramente el testimonio poderoso que caracterizo a los primeros cristianos, las palabras de Tozer, severas y rotundas, le recordaran que es lo que le falta, y le retaran para que renuncie a lo superfi cial de modo que pueda caminar hacia la fe autentica.

In this collectin of essays, Tozer calls each of us to truly examine our hearts and stop simply playing at religion so that we can experience all that God has for us. Until the day he died, A. W. Tozer never deviated from exhorting the church to walk like those who truly belong to the kingdom of God.

 

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Contents

Un profeta contempla la Iglesia
7
Cristo es Señor de su Iglesia
15
La autoridad relevante de la Palabra de Dios
29
Eso que se llama cristiandad
43
El ominoso movimiento ecuménico
59
El espíritu desalentador de los fariseos
71
Cuidado con eljuego de palabras religioso
81
no solo en palabras
97
una doctrina alarmante
121
La sagrada obligación de juzgar
133
El recuerdo fascinante de las palabras muertas
145
Palabras de vida para la Iglesia actual
155
Cómo actúa Dios en su Iglesia
165
El ministerio de la noche
179
Cómo saber cuándo algo es de Dios
191
Copyright

Las características de un cristiano carnal
109

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About the author (2011)

Aiden W. Tozer was born in La Jose, Pennsylvania on April 21, 1897. He was raised on a farm and never received more than an elementary school education. While on his way home from the Akron, Ohio tire company where he worked as a teen, Tozer overheard a street preacher and decided to follow Christ. In 1919, he accepted an offer to pastor his first church in Nutter Fort, West Virginia, which began 44 years of ministry with the Christian and Missionary Alliance. He served as pastor of the Southside Alliance Church in Chicago from 1928 to 1959 and spent his final years as pastor at the Avenue Road (Alliance) Church in Toronto, Canada. He wrote more than 40 books during his lifetime including The Pursuit of God and The Knowledge of the Holy: The Attributes of God - Their Meaning in the Christian Life. He died on May 12, 1963 at the age of 66.

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