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Theology for Non-Theologians

An Engaging, Accessible, and Relevant Guide
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In Theology for Non-Theologians, Cantelon concentrates on God and His word; the nature, existence and works of God; and God's revelation of himself in the Bible. James Cantelon has accomplished the near-impossible, making theology engaging, understandable and important in modern-day life.

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In Theology for the Non-Theologian, he promises to answer the questions of a newer generation of spiritual seekers, addressing such issues as the nature and existence of God, God' s plan, and the why of Creation.

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THEOLOGY FOR NON-THEOLOGIANS An Engaging, Accessible and Relevant Guide. Features a Study Guide for ministers, pastors, lay people and students. Those who are trying to find a copy of Cantleon's earlier (and hard to locate) "Theology For Non- Theologians" can rest easy: this is it, newly reprinted and dolled up with lots of (unnecessary) information boxes which highlight key sentences.

That quibble aside, this is an excellent book for the inquiring layman.4/5(1). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 22 cm: Contents: The existence of God --The nature of God --The decrees and works of God --The Word of sibility. In Theology for the Non-Theologian, he promises to answer the questions of a newer generation of spiritual seekers, addressing such issues as the nature and existence of God, God’s plan, and the why of Creation.

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Theology for non-theologians Theology is a word from a Greek word that combines the words "God" and "study of," therefore it means the study of God. By definition, every believer, or follower of Jesus is also a student of God and understanding Him.

In Theology for the Non-Theologian, he promises to answer the questions of a newer generation of spiritual seekers, addressing such issues as the nature and existence of God, God’s plan, and the why of Creation.

Not simply focused on Christian theology, the book describes the godheads of the world’s major religions and : Collins. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: Theology for non-theologians. New York: Macmillan ; London: Collier Macmillan. About the Book.

Rev. James Cantelon has long had a reputation for making matters of faith relevant and alive to a mass audience. In Theology for the Non-Theologian, he promises to answer the questions of a newer generation of spiritual seekers, addressing such issues as the nature and existence of God, God’s plan, and the why of Creation.

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Not simply focused on. In Theology for the Non-Theologian, he promises to answer the questions of a newer generation of spiritual seekers, addressing such issues as the nature and existence of God, God's plan, and the why of Creation.

Not simply focused on Christian theology, the book describes the godheads of the world's major religions and movements. Sure, but what could be better than scuba diving in the ocean of God’s Word, rather than wading into few pools of water nearest to us.

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An authoritative layperson's guide to understanding God A mainstay of Canadian television, Rev. James Cantelon has long had a reputation for making matters of faith relevant and alive to a mass audience. In Theology for the Non-Theologian, he promises to answer the questions of a newer generation of spiritual seekers, addressing such issues as the nature and existence of God.

An Invitation to the Study of God (), Stanley J. Grenz and Roger E. Olson advocate for practicing theology by non-theologians. Grenz and Olson, both professional theologians, explain theology in an accessible way to convince their readers of /5.

It expresses my own appreciation for biblical theology and how this discipline can serve non-theologians who may have never heard the term.

(Disclaimer: “non-theologian” is a misnomer; everyone made in the image of God (that’s everyone) is by nature theological and hence a ‘theologian’ in their own right). Entdecken Sie "Theology For Non-Theologians" von James Cantelon und finden Sie Ihren Buchhändler.

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Richard Topping March 13 The second book is also by Rowan Williams, former archbishop of Canterbury. It is a lovely little book filled with art and is a popular treatment of the Apostles and Nicene Creed. The third reading is about how the Bible shapes imagination when.

Charles Ryrie, the popular dispensationalist theologian, says theology is “thinking about God and expressing those thoughts in some way.” (Basic Theology [Wheaton, IL: ], 9). Millard Erickson, a modern Baptist theologian says that theology is simply “the study or science of God.” (Christian Theology [Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, ], 22).

Perhaps, as the author herself indicates, introduction is not the best word to describe the book. For above all, the book is an invitation to share Dorothee Solle s enthusiasm for theology, Growing out of a series of public lectures presented to a large audience of non-theologians, this book is one of the most attractive introductions to 4/5.

The author of Theology for Non-Theologians offers a book specifically geared toward single parents challenged by the effects of divorce on their children. Using an informal, conversational approach, Cantelon enlightens parents to the thoughts and feelings of their children during this tumultuous time in their s: 0.Theology for Non-theologians.

Public Lecture: Friday, Jan 31st,7 – 9pm Workshop Saturday, Feb 1st,10am – 3pm. On this weekend, students will be introduced to central topics of ongoing discussion within the Christian church.Growing out of a series of public lectures presented to a large audience of non-theologians, this book is one of the most attractive introductions to theology to appear in recent s, as the author herself indicates, introduction is not the best word to describe the book.

For above all, the book is an invitation to share Dorothee Solle s enthusiasm for theology, and her delight in 5/5(1).