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Thanks Be To God

Thanks Be To God

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Thanks Be To God

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46 pages
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Nov 30, 2020
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9781838330316
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Jesus Christ is described in the Bible as the Prince of Peace and the Christian Gospel has provided hope and meaning to spiritual seekers for two thousand years. In this time of great global uncertainty, the teachings of Jesus are arguably more important than ever before.

Author Steven Colborne, a first-class BA (Hons) graduate with a PG Cert in Philosophy and Religion, has spent many years exploring the Christian faith in an immersive way. Colborne had a born again experience during a spell in psychiatric hospital in 2008, and since then has written more than a dozen books exploring all of the big problems and questions of theology.

In an age when spiritual practices that are contrary to the teachings of Jesus are on the rise, Colborne has written Thanks Be To God, a concise book that will enable anyone who is interested in spirituality to get to grips with the core teachings of Christianity so that they can better understand whether they should accept or reject the teaching and person of Jesus.

Thanks Be To God contains 20 important passages of Scripture, with each passage accompanied by a short reflection from Colborne to offer context and insight. The book is ideally suited to people who are interested in exploring Christianity but feel daunted by the prospect of reading the entire Bible. The book would also serve as a great refresher for the lapsed Christian or as a thoughtful gift for someone needing spiritual encouragement.

Publisher:
Released:
Nov 30, 2020
ISBN:
9781838330316
Format:
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Thanks Be To God - Steven Colborne

About the Author

Steven Colborne is a Christian philosopher based in London, England. He was born in Cambridge, grew up in Abingdon in Oxfordshire, and then moved to London to study. He currently lives in the Borough of Wandsworth.

Steven is the author of many books in the philosophical theology genre. You can find out all about his life and work by searching his name online, or visiting his blog, which is linked towards the end of this book.

Thanks Be To God

A Selection of Christian Scriptures for Spiritual Seekers

Steven Colborne

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TEALIGHT BOOKS

London, England

www.tealightbooks.com

Thanks Be To God

Copyright © Steven Colborne 2020

The right of Steven Colborne to be identified as the author of this work has been asserted by him in accordance with the Copyright, Designs, and Patents Act 1988.


All Scripture quotations are taken from the Anglicized edition of the English Standard Version of the Bible

© 2002 Harper Collins Publishers.

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior permission of the copyright holder.

ISBN (Paperback): 978-1-8383303-0-9

ISBN (EPUB): 978-1-8383303-1-6

Contents

Introduction

1. The Light Shines in the Darkness

2. Jesus’ Teaching on Forgiveness

3. The Moral Teaching of Jesus

4. Not Peace, But a Sword

5. The Woman Caught in Adultery

6. Son of God: Blasphemy or Truth?

7. The Relationship Between Jesus and God the Father

8. Christ’s Example of Humility

9. God is Merciful

10. A Claim of Unrivalled Boldness

11. The Jailer who was Humbled

12. Distinguishing Right from Wrong Action

13. Predestination

14. Having Peace with God

15. God Will Not Forsake His Saints

16. Be Dedicated to God Alone

17. Love thy Neighbour

18. The Final Judgement

19. Jesus is Lord

20. Jesus Promises Rest

Afterword

Web Links and Contact Details

Also by Steven Colborne

Introduction

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