The Faith Arena

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Xulon Press, 2007 - 192 páginas
Do you believe that Christians have the personal responsibility to know and debate theological issues? Now is the time to join other Christians who are asking questions and seeking truth to hotly debated subjects such as prosperity, suffering, healing, greatness, or Gifts of the Spirit. What part does FAITH play in all of these issues? This book will cut to the chase. "The Faith Arena" grabs the reader's imagination as each round is both cheered and booed by the audience. Tim the Triumphalist is the favored heavyweight contender for the Prosperity Theology proponents. Pete, the underdog, battles the ills of the prosperity gospel only to doubt if he too has forsaken God's true inheritance of the spiritual riches. Emphasized is the need for the balance of sound doctrine - the winner of the match? No matter - the reader will find hope, love, encouragement and true desire for unity and peace. Deanna Jones has successfully authored and edited works for a number of pastors and teachers throughout the country. She has spent the past 17 years in the study and counsel within the areas of Christian fundamentals. "The Faith Arena," represents her first work authored under her name. Deanna holds a Bachelor of Science from Brewer Christian College and a Master of Theology from Calvary Gospel Christian College. Currently, she is on the Board of Directors for Brewer Christian College / Graduate School and actively counsels in the area of Christian principles. She lives and resides in the South Florida area. Deanna has been married for 26 years and is the mother of 2 children.

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FOREWORD
ix
FAITHS CALL ROUND I
37
FAITHS STANCE ROUND I
55
FAITHS PARAMETERS ROUND II
83
FAITHS REBUKE ROUND II escalates
105
FAITHS REACTION ROUND III
129
FAITHS REWARD ROUND IV
149
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