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Making sense of Scripture

big questions about the book of faith

by David J. Lose

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  • 12 Currently reading

Published by Augsburg Fortress in Minneapolis, MN .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible -- Miscellanea

  • Edition Notes

    Book is accompanied by a Leader guide and DVD.

    StatementDavid J. Lose.
    SeriesBook of faith adult Bible studies
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS612 .L67 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23197317M
    ISBN 109780806699530
    LC Control Number2009012088
    OCLC/WorldCa317623227

    Instead, The Bible Unwrapped invites readers to faithful reading, communal discernment, and deep and transformative wonder about Scripture. Join an honest conversation about the Bible that is spiritually alive and intellectually credible. Read the ancient story of God in the world. You may even learn to love it. (9 Sessions) Also see: 9-week. The world’s bestselling, most-read, and most-loved book is also one of the most confusing. In Making Sense of the Bible, Adam Hamilton, one of the country’s leading pastors and Christian authors, addresses the hot-button issues that plague the church and cultural debate, and answers many of the questions frequently asked by Christians and.

    Get this from a library! Making sense of Scripture: big questions about the book of faith. [David J Lose].   One Church is a nondenominational church in Chandler and Gilbert, AZ. Questions and Doubts Welcome. For more information, visit

      The world’s bestselling, most-read, and most-loved book is also one of the most confusing. In Making Sense of the Bible, Adam Hamilton, one of the country’s leading pastors and Christian authors, addresses the hot-button issues that plague the church and cultural debate, and answers many of the questions frequently asked by Christians and /5(71). Filled with poignant examples of belief and endurance, Making Sense of Suffering helps us exercise faith and overcome fear. For anyone touched by disappointment, disease, disaster, and death, this important book offers comfort and provides valuable insights into the blessings promised to those who endure their trials on the road to eternal life.5/5(4).


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Making sense of Scripture by David J. Lose Download PDF EPUB FB2

David J. Lose is senior pastor at Mount Olivet Lutheran Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is the author of Preaching at the Crossroads (), and the Making Sense book series, including Making Sense of Martin Luther (), Making Sense of the Cross (), and Making Sense of the Making sense of Scripture book Faith (), and Making Sense of Scripture ().

He speaks widely in the United States and /5(40). I think this is a well-written book that serves as a good introduction to the Bible, especially for skeptics. But at the same time, it may be disturbing to many Christians. Here are a few quotes from Making Sense of the Bible. "Jesus is the decisive, definitive, unmitigated word of God." ()Cited by: 1.

In Making Sense of Scripture, David Lose invites the reader to engage in a conversation, one that he imagines discussing around his kitchen table, about seven major questions of the than a standard biblical reference book, Making Sense of Scripture is a dialogue that encourages readers to bring their questions or doubts to the table when reading Scripture.

Making Sense of the Bible is borne of a great love for the Bible, along with years of study and pastoral ministry. Moreover, Hamilton is always charitable toward those with whom he disagrees. That point should be underlined because some folks (sometimes rather angrily) insist h For tackling tough issues that require careful thought and /5.

But "Making Sense of Scripture" has a different dynamic. Lose's enthusiasm for Bible study comes through, and the reader finds himself pulled along, as if listening to an interesting conversation that articulates how the Bible is a book that works in relationship with the reader to point to God and God's gr I really enjoyed this book by David Lose/5.

Title: Making Sense of the Bible: Rediscovering the Power of Scripture Today [Paperback] By: Adam Hamilton Format: Paperback Number of Pages: Vendor: HarperOne Publication Date: Dimensions: X X (inches) Weight: 9 ounces ISBN: ISBN Stock No: WW/5(6).

Literal Sense: [T]he meaning conveyed by the words of Scripture (Catechism, no. ), the actual event, person, thing described in the biblical text. The literal sense gives rise to the following three spiritual senses.

Allegorical Sense: How those things, events, or persons in the literal sense point to Christ and the Paschal Mystery. In Making Sense of the Bible, Adam Hamilton, one of the country’s leading pastors and Christian authors, addresses the hot-button issues that plague the church and cultural debate, and answers many of the questions frequently asked by Christians and non-Christians alike/5(9).

Making Sense of the Christian Faith is an exciting and inviting exploration of the major theological doctrines of the Christian faith. Written as a conversation that invites you to "jump into" the conversation, the text stimulates the reader's thinking instead of attempting to persuade a particular point of view.

In Making Sense of the Bible, Adam Hamilton invites us into an honest conversation about the Bible. The book begins with foundational questions such as, How and when was the Bible written. Who decided which books made it into the scriptures and why.

How literally must we read it. And, Is. Making Sense directs you to key texts in the Bible, gives you information, and asks you questions about what you are reading, to keep your interest sparked.

Do you have an interested friend. If you do, read this book with your friend. That is the best way, as your friend can help you with deeper understanding. "Making Sense of the Bible" is the book I wish I had read 20 years ago.

It would have saved me so much headache, heartache, and trouble as I have sought to make sense of how to understand what the Bible teaches about God, and how to reconcile the enemy-loving Jesus with /5().

In Making Sense of the Bible, Adam Hamilton invites us into an honest conversation about the Bible. The book begins with foundational questions such as, How and when was the Bible written.

The Hardcover of the Making Sense of Scripture: Big Questions about the Book of Faith by David J. Lose at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or Brand: Augsburg Fortress, Publishers.

This Leader Guide in intended for use along with the book Making Sense of Scripture: Big Questions about the Book of Faith ( ). Session Introductions by author David Lose are also available on DVD ().

The world’s bestselling, most-read, and most-loved book is also one of the most confusing. In Making Sense of the Bible, Adam Hamilton, one of the country’s leading pastors and Christian authors, addresses the hot-button issues that plague the church and cultural debate, and answers many of the questions frequently asked by Christians and.

Sometimes reading the Bible is a delight. But if we're honest, many times reading the Bible feels like hard work, and we read out of a sense of obligation. And some of us have given up Chester reminds us that every time we read the Bible we hear the voice of God.

The One who spoke and brought the universe into existence, whose voice thundered from Mount Sinai, and whose words 5/5(1). Making Sense of the Bible - Making Sense of the Bible audiobook, by Adam Hamilton In Making Sense of the Bible, Adam Hamilton invites us into an honest conversation about the Bible.

The book begins with foundational questions such as, How and when was the Bible written. Who decided which books made it into the scriptures and why. How literally must we read it.

And, Is the Bible. In Making Sense of Scripture, David Lose invites the reader to engage in a conversation, one that he imagines discussing around his kitchen table, about seven major questions of the Bible. More than a standard biblical reference book, Making Sense of Scripture is a dialogue that encourages readers to bring their questions or doubts to the table 4/5(36).

Making Sense of Scripture, I should be clear, is not a book on the Bible, in the sense that it attempts to give you the major plot line of the Bible or to cover all the individual books or parts within it. (There are very good books of that nature, and I’ve listed several at.

The Making Sense podcast is ad-free and relies entirely on listener support. If you find it valuable, please consider subscribing through this website. Subscribers get access to. It is because of this that Reverend Adam Hamilton decided to write his latest book, Making Sense of the Bible: Rediscovering the Power of Scripture Today.

Hamilton is the founding pastor of the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Kansas City, Mo., and author of 19 books.In my last two posts I have reviewed Adam Hamilton’s book Making Sense of the Bible (New York: HarperOne, ) and examined one of the key exegetical claims he makes in support of his view that “we hear God’s voice as we listen to scripture’s words” (p.emphasis added).

That is, Hamilton believes that the Bible is not the word of God, but it becomes the word of God on those.