Cosmos Reborn : Happy Theology on the New Creation by John Crowder
English | 28 Sept. 2013 | ASIN: B00FIO7H9A | 272 Pages | EPUB/MOBI/PDF (conv) | 6.49 MB
Christ cured the human condition. Take a grace-centered look at regeneration, the new creation and the new birth. This book explores the universal scope of the cross - if one died for all, then all died!
"For God was in Christ reconciling the cosmos to Himself." He has woven humanity into His divinity! Dispel the myth of a dark, schizophrenic god of religion. This book makes a scandalous case that the Father of Jesus Christ is in a good mood.
Need a religious detox? Have a dose of happy theology! Good news to liberate your life. Though we opposed Him as "enemies in our minds," God never set Himself against us as our enemy. Adam was breathed from the very life of God, and it has always been the Creator's intent to restore humanity to the bliss and immortality of its divine origin. In the incarnation, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, God included you and absorbed the entire created order into Himself, bringing an end to decay and corruption. Mortality has been swallowed up by immortality.
"Cosmos Reborn may be the most accessible theology book I've seen in my lifetime the theology book the average person will read and love. If you've thought theology is hard to understand or even boring, this book is about to rock your world. John Crowder has distilled the thoughts of numerous great historic and contemporary theologians and blended them with what the Spirit has taught him through the Scriptures in a way that has the potential to transform you."
- Dr. Steve McVey, Grace Walk
"If you suspect that we could have possibly underestimated Jesus Christ, then Cosmos Reborn is singing your song. With the insight of the mystics, the way with words of the poets, and the thinking of a real theologian, John Crowder ushers us into the New Testament's vision of Jesus and the One in whom all things, and all peoples have been gathered together forever-even as it was eternally planned by the blessed Trinity."
- Dr. C. Baxter Kruger, The Shack Revisited
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