Luke: A Devotional Commentary, part of the Gospel Commentary series published by ST PAULS, is designed to engage the minds and hearts of its readers as they meditate on the life of Jesus as portrayed by St Luke. Whether he is telling us about the prodigal son running into his father’s arms, Zacchaeus climbing the sycamore tree, or the repentant woman anointing Jesus’ feet, Luke shows us people whose lives are radically changed by an encounter with the love of God the Father and the healing touch of Jesus. This, in fact, is one of the central messages Luke sought to proclaim: Everyone who comes to the Lord can be changed
Yours is the Church
this book provides an urgently needed and eye-opening reminder of the historical witness, cultural greatness, moral leadership, and perennial relevance of the catholic church. Christianity has radically changed the world for the better. in a book that's both thoughtful and entertaining, Mike Aquilina shows how the Gospel really has been the good news in the most practical ways possible. Even the atheist ought to thank...whoever he thanks...for the rise of Christianity.
The Wisdom of Mr Chesterton
Chesterton was a poet, a journalist, a mystery novelist, a people's theologian and some would say, a prophet who only by looking at the world upside-down could see it clearly enough to predict its future. read and enjoy the purest distillations of Chesterton's with and charm with the wisdom of Mr. Chesterton, a unique collection of the pithiest and most profound sentences ever to spring from his pen.
The Church Unfinished
Like human life, the church is lived forward but understood backward.The Church Unfinished traces how the church came from the community of unexpected persons whom Jesus gathered around himself, and how the church was then shaped, over the course of centuries, by human decisions made in the spirit,
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.