man seeks god

Download Book Man Seeks God in PDF format. You can Read Online Man Seeks God here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats.

Man Seeks God

Author : Eric Weiner
ISBN : 9781455505708
Genre : Religion
File Size : 45. 1 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 220
Read : 632

Get This Book


When a health scare puts him in the hospital, Eric Weiner-an agnostic by default-finds himself tangling with an unexpected question, posed to him by a well-meaning nurse. "Have you found your God yet?" The thought of it nags him, and prods him-and ultimately launches him on a far-flung journey to do just that. Weiner, a longtime "spiritual voyeur" and inveterate traveler, realizes that while he has been privy to a wide range of religious practices, he's never seriously considered these concepts in his own life. Face to face with his own mortality, and spurred on by the question of what spiritual principles to impart to his young daughter, he decides to correct this omission, undertaking a worldwide exploration of religions and hoping to come, if he can, to a personal understanding of the divine. The journey that results is rich in insight, humor, and heart. Willing to do anything to better understand faith, and to find the god or gods that speak to him, he travels to Nepal, where he meditates with Tibetan lamas and a guy named Wayne. He sojourns to Turkey, where he whirls (not so well, as it turns out) with Sufi dervishes. He heads to China, where he attempts to unblock his chi; to Israel, where he studies Kabbalah, sans Madonna; and to Las Vegas, where he has a close encounter with Raelians (followers of the world's largest UFO-based religion). At each stop along the way, Weiner tackles our most pressing spiritual questions: Where do we come from? What happens when we die? How should we live our lives? Where do all the missing socks go? With his trademark wit and warmth, he leaves no stone unturned. At a time when more Americans than ever are choosing a new faith, and when spiritual questions loom large in the modern age, MAN SEEKS GOD presents a perspective on religion that is sure to delight, inspire, and entertain.

When I Seek God S Face

Author : ALLEN TIMILEHIN OLATUNDE
ISBN :
Genre :
File Size : 34. 30 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 182
Read : 647

Get This Book


“When I seek God's face” is a discipleship book that explains the necessity of closer walk with God. It contains the benefits in seeking the Face of God, dilemma of the Unbroken life, the need for renewal like that of eagle, the purpose and the nature of seeking God on our duty post, the arm of prayer in strengthening the man who seeks God, the power of keeping hope of Christ alive as the anchor for our soul and lastly the full concentration in pressing towards the mark of winning the presence of God at the end of all struggle on earth. This book challenges our thought to seek God's face, not His hand that we should be mature Christians that grow beyond earthly gain and to seek God for what He has for us, both now and hereafter.developing means and strategy for language barriers, mission funding and support, neglecting education as mission tool and ill-health challenges of missionaries which usually truncate dreams. This book, however, interacts with Nigerian Baptist Mission under GMB and her relationship with local churches on how to strengthen missionaries with SWOT Analysis. This book recommends suggested ways for African mission boards and agencies to be pragmatic in strategic making, be aware of the psychological welfare of her missionaries and provide a health insurance scheme for serving missionaries. When Mission Board and local churches hold hands together, missionaries will strive better on the field. Mission is still young in Africa dark soil, we only need men, methods and materials to grow gospel as God increases the open-doors for mission.

The Plain Man Seeks For God

Author : Henry Pitney Van Dusen
ISBN : STANFORD:36105041278438
Genre : God
File Size : 71. 80 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 187
Read : 554

Get This Book



God S Intention For Man

Author : William Fennell
ISBN : 9781554586820
Genre : Religion
File Size : 89. 11 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 568
Read : 1256

Get This Book


This book contains, almost without change in content or style, the Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures delivered at Princeton Theological Seminary in February, 1974. The theme of the lectures has been well worked over by contemporary theologians from almost every conceivable angle of Christian thought. Yet the subject was chosen because of a) a life-long personal interest in it; b) a deep conviction about its primary significance for Christian understanding and life; c) the disquiet and challenge that lay in the fact that though many in our day have spoken on the subject none seems to say things I find it necessary to say in order to achieve wholeness in Christian thought and life.

Where God Meets Man

Author : Gerhard O. Forde
ISBN : 1451408757
Genre : Religion
File Size : 21. 57 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 960
Read : 232

Get This Book


This book about Luther's theology is written out of a two-fold conviction. First, that many of our problems have arisen because we have not really understood our own traditions, especially in the case of Luther; and second, that there is still a lot of help for us in someone like Luther if we take the trouble to probe beneath the surface. It is an attempt to interpret Luther's theology for our own day. The fundamental theme of the book is the "down-to-earth" character of Luther's theology. In using this theme, Forde points out that we have failed to understand the basic thrust or direction of Luther's theology and that this failure has caused and is still causing us grief. Modern scholarship has demonstrated that Luther simply did not share the views on the nature of faith and salvation that subsequent generations have foisted upon him and used to interpret his thinking. This book attempts to bring the results of some of that scholarship to light and make it more accessible to those who are searching for answers today. The central questions of Christianity are examined in this fresh restatement of Luther's thought the God-man relationship, the cross, the sacraments, this world and the next, and the role of the church. The author presents the "down-to-earth" character of Luther's theology in the hope that it will help individual Christians today to be both faithful to God and true to their human and social responsibilities.

The Bridge From Creation To Redemption

Author : C. Benjamin Wilkes
ISBN : 9781477132494
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 87. 82 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 166
Read : 284

Get This Book


If there is a true, genuine plan coming from an all omnipotent God, the creator of all mankind, and it is specially directed to all people of His creation, and that plan is focused with the intent to reconcile and save humanity back to the Creator here is that plan. This book explains from a Christian perspective what God's true plan entails and what we have to do to accept this plan. It is a plan that has been around for over two thousand years, but over the ages, the complexity of this plan has been obscured and watered down in its interpretation. There comes a time when this God of ours attempts to touch us spiritually with His plan. It is the responsibility of all mankind to wake up and open up their hearts and minds to what God is trying to tell us.

Living The Catechism Of The Catholic Church The Creed

Author : Cardinal Christoph Schönborn
ISBN : 9780898705607
Genre : Religion
File Size : 45. 24 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 644
Read : 948

Get This Book


Cardinal Schönborn, the editor of the monumental Catechism of the Catholic Church, a worldwide best seller, provides a brief and profound commentary on the first part of the Catechism, the Creed. Schönborn gives an incisive, detailed analysis of the Creed, providing a specific meditation for each week of the year on how to better live the Catholic faith as expressed in the Creed and explained in the Catechism. Through these 52 meditations, Schönborn's hope is for the reader to not just have a better grasp of Catholic doctrine and belief, but especially to grow in a greater love of and devotion to the person of Jesus Christ. "Faith is whole. It has only one heart, one center: Jesus Christ, the Son of the living God. Christ must therefore also be the center of catechesis whose object is 'putting people...in communion...with Jesus Christ: only he can lead us to the love of the Father in the Spirit and make us share in the life of the Holy Trinity' (CCC 426), for 'in him are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge' (Col 2:3). In a certain sense, the 'essential elements of the faith' have their origin in a treasury of the heart of Jesus." -Cardinal Christoph Schönborn

Two Discourses Of God And Man

Author : Søren Kierkegaard
ISBN : 9781897406021
Genre : Spiritual life
File Size : 78. 66 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 944
Read : 328

Get This Book



Romans

Author : Kenneth R. Terry
ISBN : 9780595421695
Genre : Religion
File Size : 36. 50 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 866
Read : 701

Get This Book


The desire of my heart is that Christians would get serious about understanding and applying the Bible. There are many devotional materials available but most follow a theme or topic applying a Scripture passage to a life situation. I have developed a devotion that starts with the text of Romans and applies principles and insights from the text to life situations. This daily devotion will guide you through the Book of Romans, verse by verse, building understanding and making challenging applications; while at the same time enhancing the memory to be able to recall Scripture due to intentional repetition. The intention of this devotional is that it be used with your Bible as a thought provoking device that stirs your curiosity and drives you to dig deeper to find answers to the perplexing questions that come to mind. I believe that this devotion will benefit everybody whether new to the Lord Jesus Christ or not.

Modernity A World Of Confusion Causes

Author : Jack Stanfield
ISBN : 9781465321831
Genre : Philosophy
File Size : 34. 46 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 490
Read : 1076

Get This Book


Have you ever wondered why society is getting cruder and ruder, with stress, depression and mental illness rising and little joy felt? Why children behave badly and schools are failing? Why trust has vanished with your identity? And why sex is oozing out of every aspect of the culture? We live in a skeptical age with the country splintering into special interest groups claiming to be victims and requiring special treatment, and a Congress thats deadlocked in partisan bickering. There is anger and tension and really intolerable things being tolerated, placing women and children in danger. If you have such questions, this is your book, an inquiry into the spirit of the age. Examined are root causes for the darkened culture, immoral behavior, and rejection of traditions. The age glorifies science and technical progress, and yet is unhappy and sickly. Individualism surmounts community concerns creating narcissistic people tending toward nihilism, where the self is the center of the universe. The postmodern culture throws away things, relationships, and lives, like it disposes of outdated items. Logic is replaced with how I feel, and reliance on personal experience for making decisions. Relativism is accepted in ethics and for determining truth, so that it is my truth and your truth, and objectivity and common sense are lost. Science is erecting the abstract man, who, in the process, has lost heart and a sense of reality, living in a delusional world. The result is a profusion of confusion.

Top Download:

Best Books