Las Cruces, NM, United States | Member Since 2008
If he believes in Susbtitutionary sacrifice. But CS Lewis did not believe in that theory. And this book abounds in that direction, very boring trying to convince with extravagant arguments but very unbiblical.
I thought I was going to hear more about CS Lewis theory on the perfect penitent. But instead is a detriment of that biblical an excellent approach.
The two first chapters about God's love and necessity of love. Also I did like the way it explains the connections with The Chronicles of Narnia.
Studies degrees and how he applies his knowledge to ministry.
Tell him to write about The Perfect Penitent.
No. I thought I would find a deeper story about the merits of Jesus. The title suggests it.
She is repeating information written in the Bible without any understanding of the cultural value. There are no implications based on a good hermeneutics.
Not that i remember. But I dis like his tone of voice and speed.
I wouldn't mind to buy any Helen White book.
There are a bunch of better authors than her.
Is a must listen for those who have to deal with different kind of tempers and Personalities.
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