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God Distorted

Author: John Bishop
Publisher: Multnomah
ISBN: 1601424868
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God is not a bigger version of your earthly father. When you hear the word “father,” do you think of someone who is loving…or angry? Someone who is pleased with you…or constantly disappointed? Someone who is always available…or someone who is too busy, preoccupied, or distant? When you think of “Father God,” what images come to mind? Regardless of the type of father you grew up with—or without—it is likely that your view of God is influenced by the relationship you had with your father. Author John Bishop wants to help you discover that God is not just like your dad. Instead, God is the Father revealed in Scripture, where the truth is clear. God is a father who is: • always there • up close and personal • fully pleased • in complete control • completely safe Filled with biblical insight and practical tools for reflection, healing, and restoration, God Distorted will enable you to break free from the lies of the enemy and see your heavenly Father as He truly is. From the Trade Paperback edition.

God Distorted

Author: John Bishop
Publisher: Multnomah
ISBN: 9781601424853
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God is not a bigger version of your earthly father. When you hear the word "father," do you think of someone who is loving...or angry? Someone who is pleased with you...or constantly disappointed? Someone who is always available...or someone who is too busy, preoccupied, or distant? When you think of "Father God," what images come to mind? Regardless of the type of father you grew up with--or without--it is likely that your view of God is influenced by the relationship you had with your father. Author John Bishop wants to help you discover that God is not just like your dad. Instead, God is the Father revealed in Scripture, where the truth is clear. God is a father who is: * always there * up close and personal * fully pleased * in complete control * completely safe Filled with biblical insight and practical tools for reflection, healing, and restoration, God Distorted will enable you to break free from the lies of the enemy and see your heavenly Father as He truly is.

Distorted Images Of God

Author: Dale Ryan
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830831452
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Though we say God is loving, trustworthy and all-powerful, our actions and thoughts reveal the lies we're believing: that God is impossible to please, manipulative and likely to abandon us. Written with compassion and conviction by Dale and Juanita Ryan, these eight studies uncover our distorted thinking and point us to who God really is.

The Human Image Of God

Author: Hans-Georg Ziebertz
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9789004120310
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What or who is God in the modern era? This is the question examined in this volume, through systematic studies, practical theology and empirical research. The findings are presented through anthropologically relevant theology.

Distorted Images Of God

Author: Dale Ryan
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830831452
Size: 78.84 MB
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Though we say God is loving, trustworthy and all-powerful, our actions and thoughts reveal the lies we're believing: that God is impossible to please, manipulative and likely to abandon us. Written with compassion and conviction by Dale and Juanita Ryan, these eight studies uncover our distorted thinking and point us to who God really is.

The Father You Ve Always Wanted

Author: Ed Tandy McGlasson
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441242309
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It is a tragic reality that many people never experience the solid, positive presence of a loving father. This lack of fatherly influence and care has deep ramifications for life, including how we interact with others, raise our own children, and understand God as Father. But God promised that he would not leave us orphans, that everyone who believes becomes an adopted son or daughter of a loving Father in heaven. Ed McGlasson shares his personal experience of having lost his own father before he was born. With deep conviction and strong encouragement, he invites hurting people to take heart and have hope in their heavenly Father who loves them, blesses them, and will never leave them. Readers will take away a new sense of purpose, identity, and value that they have been searching for their whole lives.

The God Shaped Brain

Author: Timothy R. Jennings
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830892354
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Tim Jennings, one of America's top psychiatrists, here reveals how our brains and bodies thrive when we have a healthy understanding of who God is. Exposing how different God concepts affect the brain differently, Dr. Jennings forges surprising new connections between neuroscience, health and right belief.

Dignity And Destiny

Author: John F. Kilner
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 1467443115
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Misunderstandings about what it means for humans to be created in God's image have wreaked devastation throughout history -- for example, slavery in the U. S., genocide in Nazi Germany, and the demeaning of women everywhere. In Dignity and Destiny John Kilner explores what the Bible itself teaches about humanity being in God's image. He discusses in detail all of the biblical references to the image of God, interacts extensively with other work on the topic, and documents how misunderstandings of it have been so problematic. People made according to God's image, Kilner says, have a special connection with God and are intended to be a meaningful reflection of him. Because of sin, they don't actually reflect him very well, but Kilner shows why the popular idea that sin has damaged the image of God is mistaken. He also clarifies the biblical difference between being God's image (which Christ is) and being in God's image (which humans are). He explains how humanity's creation and renewal in God's image are central, respectively, to human dignity and destiny. Locating Christ at the center of what God's image means, Kilner charts a constructive way forward and reflects on the tremendously liberating impact that a sound understanding of the image of God can have in the world today.