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Date Posted:24/07/2008 12:43 AMCopy HTML

Hi, all.

I thought I'd recommend another very good book for those who choose to read very good books.

J.P. Moreland, Kingdom Triangle: Recovering the Christian Mind. Renovate the Soul, Restore the Spirit's Power (Zondervan, 2007).

Moreland is a very highly qualified and respected American Christian philosopher. He is also part of the "Vineyard" movement, the so-called "Third-Wave" of the charismatic renewal. If one wants to be challenged, confronted, moved and reformed, then this book should prove useful. But a caveat: it's not necessarily a simple read, nor is it necessarily a comfortable read.

As I said above, this is a very good book for readers of very good books. Lazy readers, casual readers and readers who prefer to have their ears tickled in preference to their intellects honed, should probably look elsewhere.



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Re:Kingdom Triangle

Date Posted:27/07/2008 11:17 AMCopy HTML

Spooky - today's sermon was on Romans 12:1-8
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