Full Gospel, Fractured Minds?: A Call to Use God's Gift of the Intellect
Zondervan Academic, 23 lut 2010 - 270
Do you sometimes feel you have to check your intellect at the church door, leaving reason behind to embrace the Christian faith? Do you hunger for a “full gospel” that includes the mind as well as heart and Spirit? Full Gospel, Fractured Minds? challenges charismatic and Pentecostal believers to discover the power of a well-maintained mind—a mind on fire—to match a heart on fire and to create a life that operates within the full counsel of God . Nañez shows how human reason helps us understand and interpret God’s Word as well as defend the gospel. He shows what the Bible teaches about the mind, and explores the backgrounds of nineteenth-century and modern culture, anti-intellectualism, Pentecostal history and beliefs, and popular misconceptions about human intellect in relation to the Christian faith. Full Gospel, Fractured Minds? helps men and women practice a Christian faith that reflects the whole person and the full gospel. “Rick Nañez calls Pentecostals and charismatics to seek a balance between mind and Spirit. This book will stir you to seek all that God has for you.” —From the Foreword by Stanley M. Horton, PhD
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There was Bill, a Full Gospel friend who introduced me to Christ, and James, a Charismatic leader who taught me early on of the indispensable value of ...
But it seemed to me that what was taking place was a mishandling of people's minds and that there were philosophical implications in ...
I am fully aware, of course, that there are those within our movement who have labored to develop their minds to the fullest as well as those who have ...
and so on.3 There is no doubt that we can think without doing and do ... when one realizes that there's no separate term for “mind” in the Hebrew language.
Are we not a bit like the atheist who inadvertently uses arguments that actually best fit the worldview that says: “There must be a God”?
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I like this book a lot, probably because I appreciate his main subject. However, he is not critical enough about his own hermeneutic framework and tends to ramble on. Regardless, I think it is well ... Przeczytaj pełną recenzję
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Early Pentecostals and the Life of the Mind
The SpiritFilled Mind in Modern Times
Pondering the Great Minds of God
Challenges and Caveats
AntiIntellectual Roots in the Nineteenth Century
Four Giants of NineteenthCentury Evangelicalism
Modern Culture AntiIntellectualism and Pentecostal Charismatic Beliefs
The Anatomy of AntiIntellectualism
AMMUNITION FOR THE FULLGOSPEL MIND
Reason and Logic
Conclusion and Practical Helps