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eBook Suffering and Hope: The Biblical Vision and the Human Predicament ePub

by Mr. J. Christiaan Beker

  • ISBN: 0802807224
  • Category: Religious Studies
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: Mr. J. Christiaan Beker
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.; 2 edition (March 28, 1994)
  • Pages: 144
  • ePub book: 1152 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1633 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Suffering and Hope: The Biblical Vision and the Human Predicament. Crockett, William . e. John F. Walvoord, Zachary J. Hayes, and Clark H. Pinnock. Christ and Time: The Primitive Christian Conception of Time and History. Translated by Floyd V. Filson. Philadelphia: Westminster, 1950. Theology of Hope: On the Ground and the Implications of a Christian Eschatology. Translated by Margaret Kohl. London: SCM Press, 1967.

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behind the book - the dehumanizing conditions Beker endured as a slave.

Suffering and Hope: The Biblical Vision and the Human Predicament - Libro electrónico escrito por Johan Christiaan Beker. His concern is with the quality and character of bothe suffering and hope in a world where the question of suffering is inescapable.

This compelling study by J. Christiaan Beker provides a moving . Beker seeks to understand how the Bible's view of suffering relates to our present experience of suffering and to the Christian hope for the future creation. Christiaan Beker provides a moving, triumphant answer to one of life's greatest mysteries - the presence of suffering in God's world. Now an established classic in the discussion of the problem of evil, Suffering and Hope plumbs the Old Testament's response to earthly pain as well as Paul's own dealings with 'redemptive suffering.

Title: Suffering and Hope By: J. Christiaan Beker Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 14. Christiaan Beker Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 144. Vendor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. ISBN: 0802807224 ISBN-13: 9780802807229 Stock No: WW07225. Publisher's Description. ▲. This compelling study by J. Readers will be moved both by Beker's personal transparency and by his biblical vision of 'hopeful suffering' - the apocalyptic trust in God's eventual victory over the power of death that poisons his creation.

Beker, Johan Christiaan, Suffering and Hope. Biblical Bibliography of Lausanne - BiBIL. The Biblical Vision and the Human Predicament, Philadelphia, Fortress Press, 1987.

Suffering and hope: the biblical vision and the human predicament Beker seeks to understand how the Bible's view of suffering relates to our present experience of suffering and to the Christian hope for the future. Conn, Marie A. C. S. Lewis and human suffering: light among the shadows. Lewis and Human Suffering: Light among the Shadows Marie Conn traces the evolution of Lewis' thought and demonstrates how this Oxford don can help us more deeply understand the place of grief in our lives

This compelling study by J. Christiaan Beker provides a moving, triumphant answer to one of life's greatest mysteries - the presence of suffering in God's world. Now an established classic in the discussion of the problem of evil, Suffering and Hope plumbs the Old Testament's response to earthly pain as well as Paul's own dealings with 'redemptive suffering.' Beker seeks to understand how the Bible's view of suffering relates to our present experience of suffering and to the Christian hope for the future creation. His concern is with the quality and character of both the suffering and hope in a world where the question of suffering is inescapable. This powerful new edition features a foreword by Ben C. Ollenburger that describes the story behind the book - the dehumanizing conditions Beker endured as a slave laborer during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands and the ways in which they helped shape the particular poignancy of his view of suffering. Readers will be moved both by Beker's personal transparency and by his biblical vision of 'hopeful suffering' - the apocalyptic trust in God's eventual victory over the power of death that poisons his creation.