Government affects our daily lives, and Christians need to think about how to apply biblical principles to politics and government. This book provides an overview of the biblical principles relating to what the apostle Paul calls "governing authorities" (i.e., government) with specific chapters dealing with the founding principles of the American government. This includes an examination of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the Federalist Papers. The thirteen chapters in this book not only look at the broad founding principles but also provide an in-depth look at other important political and governmental issues. One section explains the history and application of church and state issues. Another section describes aspects of political debate and discourse. A final section provides a brief overview of the Christian heritage of this nation that was important in the founding of this country and the framing of our founding documents. Some questions that Anderson will answer are: Is it possible for humans to establish a government that will actually bring lasting peace and security? What are some of the important biblical principles in establishing government? What hinders human efforts in setting up and maintaining the perfect government? How can we develop discernment and make wise choices about candidates and governmental policies? What is the answer to the problems of corruption and oppression? Why should we seriously consider what the Bible says about what the apostle Paul called "governing authorities" and our future?
A Devotional based on the Ten Commandments that will help lead discussions on the possibility of Christians living today's society while following Gods' Laws. A wonderful Devotional for youth groups; young adults; and new Christians. Also a great study guide for mature believers looking for a new look at a part of Christianity they have taken for granted.
Volume 3, "To a billion souls?" who want to be closer to Jesus. Have you heard from God lately? Why is two-way spiritual level communication always needed to be close to Jesus? How personal is God today? Why do our own efforts to be close to Jesus so often fail? What does God need to hear from us before He acts? Rethinking Christianity when the Christian life is full of angst? The answers are in these first three volumes and more. Richard Pyle is married with a family. He lives in USA. His Degrees are BS 1967, BSL 1973, and MS 1982. He is an author of a number of books available in both paperback and e readers. Just type his name Richard Pyle on the search line of bookseller's websites.
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