The God We Can Know is a 7-week study to explore the “I Am” sayings of Jesus found in the Gospel of John. Perfect for any time of year, this series will help you ﬁnd and form an answer to the most essential question in the Christian faith, “Who do you say I am?” One by one, Jesus’ statements grab our imagination, reveal more about his identity and purpose, and connect us to the God of Moses, who spoke the ﬁrst “I Am.” These signiﬁcant yet ordinary images give us insightful ways to experience Jesus and point us to a God who wants to be known. The weekly themes include: -*Introduction to “I Am” – Knowing God. * I Am the Bread of Life – Knowing God’s Satisfaction. * I Am the Light of the World – Knowing God’s Guidance. * I Am the Good Shepherd – Knowing God’s Care. * I Am the True Vine – Knowing God’s Power. * I Am the Way, the Truth, and the Life – Knowing God’s Way. * I Am the Resurrection and the Life – Knowing God’s Possibilities.
Church History 101 A Concise Overview
Church History 101 A Concise Overview introduces the reader to the basics of Catholic Church history. Author Christopher Bellitto divides the Church's history into four distinct periods ( early, medieval, reformation, and modern).
Clement Of Rome The Didache
The letter to the Corinthians by clement of Rome and the Didache are two of the most important documents from the earliest days of Christianity. Here we stand at the very fount of Christian teaching outside the new testament. Clement's letter and the Didache reveal how Christians were implementing and living out the faith taught by Jesus and passed on by the twelve apostles.
Christ* Church* Mankind; The Spirit of Vatican II according to POPE JOHN PAUL II
The glory of God is the living man, say St. Irenaeus. This same perception so dear to John Paul II is central to the vision of faith that underpins Vatican II, reemerges in its documents, and shines out of the long and intense witness of Pope John Paul II.
Dumitru Staniloae: An Ecumenical Ecclesiology
this book is a profound and original orthodox theology. this is an invaluable addition to the growing body of scholarship on the theology of the most important Romanian orthodox theologian. read this book and know more about ecumenical ecclesiology