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eBook Life on the Road: The Gospel Basis for a Messianic Lifestyle ePub

by Athol Gill

  • ISBN: 0836135881
  • Category: Bible Study and Reference
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Athol Gill
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Herald Pr (October 1, 1992)
  • Pages: 336
  • ePub book: 1783 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1663 kb
  • Other: docx doc lrf lit
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 978

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Life on the Road: The Gospel Basis for a Messianic Lifestyle (Athol Gill)

Life on the Road: The Gospel Basis for a Messianic Lifestyle (Athol Gill).

Life On The Road book. Gill counters popular teaching of comfortable Christianity and calls us to rediscover an authentic Christian lifestyle based on Jesus and the Gospels. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Life On The Road: The Gospel Basis For A Messianic Lifestyle.

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Athol Gill worked in Australia as a professor of New Testament and a. .I have three reservations on the book

Athol Gill worked in Australia as a professor of New Testament and a church pastor. Thus he is able to bring together the expertise of academics and the experience of practics in this book on discipleship, published just after his untimely death. Using the "Life on the Road" motif, Gill takes the reader on a journey through discipleship, covering some important mileposts: the call, the cost, possessions, mission, power, prayer, and grace. The approach to each topic is a tribute to the author's skills in exegesis and exposition. I have three reservations on the book. First, the author sometimes re sorts to lengthy biblical quotations in the text.

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William Athol Gill (1937–1992), most often known as Athol Gill or Dr. Athol Gill, was an influential Australian theologian and one of the leaders of the . Athol Gill, was an influential Australian theologian and one of the leaders of the Australian radical discipleship movement. The Fringes of Freedom: Following Jesus, Living Hope, Working for Justice. Homebush: ANZEA Publishers. Human Rights: A Down-Under Perspective". Birmingham: Samford University.

Author Athol Gill examines discipleship, the call, the cost, possessions, community, mission, power, prayer, and grace. Each chapter begins with Jesus, examines Jesus, three Gospel texts, relates them to life today, and provides questions to help groups discern present meaning. "Life on the Road" counters popular teaching of comfortable Christianity and calls us to rediscover an authentic Christian lifestyle based on Jesus and the Gospels. It is a manual for "life on the road". Reviews: "Not a book for the spiritually squeamish" "Read it in a group and discuss it and you're in for a life-time of trouble"

Comments

Gholbithris Gholbithris
I remember hearing Athol Gill with John Smith founder of God's Squad in Australia, so I should have known to expect something good. But it was better than good.
I expected a pep talk and some stories and instead found it was a smart (even scholarly) but not too heavy a look at the gospel picture of Jesus interacting with people and the points the apostolic authors were emphasising for their first century church and new converts.
It blew me away. I am loving it and its "chunks of scriptures" approach. It really is a fresh approach to living as a disciple. I am finding it challenging and very good. If church is boring, do your self a favour and read it.
WtePSeLNaGAyko WtePSeLNaGAyko
Written in a style that relates more to a novel than a theological tome, this is a confronting, yet reassuring, book about the facts of following Christ in today's society. Strongly relating to the Gospels and putting them into historical context, and then forming links to our lives today, this book gives pause for thought and counts the cost of a Messianic lifestyle.