This modern classic will bring light, clarity, and comfort to the brokenhearted. Many Christians have experienced pain, loss, and heartache at the hands of other believers. To those believers, this compelling story offers comfort, healing and hope. Christian leaders and directors of religious movements throughout the world have recommended this simple, powerful, and beautiful story to their members and staff. You will want to join these other people who have been profoundly touched by this incomparable story.
"Very heartfelt and timely message"
A book of power, beauty and grandeur, here is a majestic rendition of the love of God. Rarely has a piece of Christian literature combined the simplicity of the storytelling art with the profound depths of the Christian faith. In this sweeping saga, spanning from eternity to eternity, you will discover some of the deepest riches afforded the believer. Who is fit to be the beautiful bride of God? How shall the Carpenter, rising from the dead, bring her forth? The story concludes at the consummation of the ages, when a victorious Lord takes his bride to himself.
This is a guidebook for those who want to learn how to recognize books that are spiritually and aesthetically good - to cultivate good literary taste. Gene Edward Veith presents basic information to help book lovers understand what they read, from the classics to best sellers.
"Good material, especially the last few chapters"
Imprisoned by Herod, John the Baptist struggles to understand a Lord who did not meet his expectations - a dramatic account offering insight into the ways of God.
No work of modern literature can usher you so powerfully and intimately into the Savior's heart like The Day I Was Crucified. Master storyteller Gene Edwards (author of Divine Romance) recounts the harrowing scene of Calvary as if the crucifixion narrative was being told by Jesus himself.
Today, people have an increased interest in spirituality, yet they also face widespread cynicism, relativism, and despair. This series of interviews explores the opportunities and liabilities that confront Christians as they seek to live wisely in this confusing time. Gene Deward Veith, Richard Keyes, Robert Wuthnow, and Richard Lints take on relativism, cynicism, and the notion of postmodernity in this thought-provoking exploration of spirituality.