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Following Christ / by R.C. Sproul.

By: Sproul, R. C. (Robert Charles), 1939- [author.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Wheaton, Illinois : Tyndale House Publishers, [1991]Description: xi, 392 pages ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0842359370 (paperback).Subject(s): Jesus Christ -- Person and offices | Christian ethics | God (Christianity) -- Will | Prayer | Social ethics
Contents:
Part One: Who is Jesus? 1. Will the real Jesus please stand up? -- 2. The titles of Jesus -- 3. The life of Jesus -- Part Two: Does Prayer change things? 4. The place of prayer -- 5. The purpose of prayer -- 6. The pattern of prayer -- 7. The practice of prayer -- 8. The prohibitions of prayer -- 9. The power of prayer -- Part Three: How can I know God's will? 10. The meaning of God's will -- 11. The meaning of man's will -- 12. God's will and your job -- 13. God' will in marriage -- Part Four: How should I live in this world? 14. Ethics and morals -- 15. Revealed ethics -- 16. Legalism and antinomianism -- 17. The ethics of materialism -- 18. The ethics of capital punishment -- 19. The ethics of war -- 20. The ethic of abortion -- 21. Ethic and conscience.
Summary: Being a faithful Christian in contemporary society is no easy task. At every turn we are confronted with difficult ethical and spiritual dilemmas. How are we to live in a manner 'worthy of the gospel of Christ' in the midst of the modern chaos and confusion? In "Following Christ", renowned theologian R. C. Sproul examines the questions that are crucial to Christians living in the modern world: Who is Jesus? Does prayer change things? How can I know God's will? How should I live in this world? Here is theology that moves and breathes in the world in which we live. Dr Sproul challenges us to a biblical and practical understanding of what it means to be mature followers of Jesus Christ.--Back cover.
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This book incorporates the following previously published works by R. C. Sproul:
Who is Jesus? ©1983;
Ethics and the Christian ©1983;
God's will and the Christian ©1984;
Effective prayer ©1984.--Title page verso.

Part One: Who is Jesus? 1. Will the real Jesus please stand up? -- 2. The titles of Jesus -- 3. The life of Jesus -- Part Two: Does Prayer change things? 4. The place of prayer -- 5. The purpose of prayer -- 6. The pattern of prayer -- 7. The practice of prayer -- 8. The prohibitions of prayer -- 9. The power of prayer -- Part Three: How can I know God's will? 10. The meaning of God's will -- 11. The meaning of man's will -- 12. God's will and your job -- 13. God' will in marriage -- Part Four: How should I live in this world? 14. Ethics and morals -- 15. Revealed ethics -- 16. Legalism and antinomianism -- 17. The ethics of materialism -- 18. The ethics of capital punishment -- 19. The ethics of war -- 20. The ethic of abortion -- 21. Ethic and conscience.

Being a faithful Christian in contemporary society is no easy task. At every turn we are confronted with difficult ethical and spiritual dilemmas. How are we to live in a manner 'worthy of the gospel of Christ' in the midst of the modern chaos and confusion? In "Following Christ", renowned theologian R. C. Sproul examines the questions that are crucial to Christians living in the modern world: Who is Jesus? Does prayer change things? How can I know God's will? How should I live in this world? Here is theology that moves and breathes in the world in which we live. Dr Sproul challenges us to a biblical and practical understanding of what it means to be mature followers of Jesus Christ.--Back cover.

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