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Devotional Classics Revised Edition

Author : Richard J. Foster
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A New, Expanded Edition of Renovaré's Classic Companion to the Devotional Life Updated to incorporate all six traditions, or "streams," that comprise a healthy and holistic life of faith, these fifty–two selections have been organized to introduce the reader to the great devotional writers over the course of one year. Edited by James Bryan Smith, each reading is accompanied by an introduction and meditation by Richard J. Foster. In addition, each entry includes a related biblical passage, discussion questions, and individual and group exercises. With devotional readings in 1. The Prayer–Filled Life 2. The Virtuous Life 3. The Spirit–Empowered Life 4. The Compassionate Life 5. The Word–Centered Life 6. The Sacramental Life Foster and Smith sift through works from the great spiritual writers of the past as well as readings from contemporary spiritual leaders to create a guide that is indispensable for those looking for a deeper and more balanced spiritual life.

Devotional Classics of C H Spurgeon

Author : C. H. Spurgeon
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Selections from the World s Devotional Classics

Author : Robert Scott
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Devotional Classics

Author : James MacLuckie Connell
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The Doubleday Devotional Classics

Author : E. Glenn Hinson
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Baptists and the Christian Tradition

Author : Matthew Y. Emerson
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In Baptists and the Christian Tradition, editors Matthew Emerson, Christopher Morgan and Lucas Stamps compile a series of essays advocating "Baptist catholicity." This approach presupposes a critical, but charitable, engagement with the whole church, both past and present, along with the desire to move beyond the false polarities of an Enlightenment-based individualism on the one hand and a pastiche of postmodern relativism on the other.

A Testament of Devotion and Thomas Kelly Augustinian Quaker

Author : Guy Aiken
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This critical appreciation of Thomas Kelly (1893-1941) and his classic A Testament of Devotion (1941) examines the Quaker mystic’s life and devotional writings, often by comparison with Augustine, whose Confessions was a touchstone for him.

A View from an Empty Nest

Author : Bonnie Sparrman
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Hope and Help from One Mom's Heart to Another As you send your child off to college or to start their independent adult life, do you suddenly find yourself grieving the loss of your kid's childhood? Are you struggling to adjust to your shifting role and life in a quieter home? You are not alone. Bonnie Sparrman has been where you are and is here to offer reassurance and encouragement. In this helpful guide to navigating your new reality, you will realize your continued value, albeit in a new way be inspired by Scripture verses and real-life stories know that grieving is a healthy part of this transition gain a better understanding of how to communicate with your child as an adult draw closer to God as you seek His will for what comes next As you release your child out into the world, know that God is here to guide, comfort, and care for you. You can do this.

The Long Shadow of Emile Cailliet

Author : Abigail Rian Evans
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This book aims to examine the importance of Christian philosophy in theological education through the prism of the life and teachings of Emile Cailliet. The book's primary focus is on his years of teaching at Princeton Theological Seminary, to which all the authors are connected. This work examines Cailliet as a believer, teacher, scholar, and philosopher. Although Cailliet wrote over twenty books, none of them articulated his formal position on the nature of theological education. However, it is clear from his teaching at seminary and his writings on philosophy, especially Pascal, that he saw philosophy as an integral part of seminary training. We want to preserve his work because he was a seminal but neglected thinker whose influence extends from science to literature and from philosophy to spirituality and theology. We believe that Emile Cailliet was one of the most influential Christians of the twentieth century. We invite the reader to stand in the long shadow of Cailliet and consider how his life and thought can help us tackle some of the knotty questions that face us today.