Los Frutos Eternos/Eternal Fruit  -     By: Dario Silva-Silva
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Los Frutos Eternos/Eternal Fruit

Zondervan / 2005 / Paperback

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"The Eternal Fruit" should be digested, not just read. In his newest offering, the prolific Christian author, Dr. Darmo Silva-Silva, analyzes the mystery of multiplication: from the seed to a tree, from a tree to the forest; the embryo that develops into a man, and the men who develop a community. Using his characteristic literary-theological writing style, the author describes the process, starting with the tree planted by the river in Psalm 1, through the planting of the trees of righteousness in Isaiah. He refers to many symbols well known to evangelicals, including the mustard seed, the parable of the sower's seed, the wheat and tares, the barren fig tree, spring planting and harvest time, etc. He concludes with a focus on the fruit of the Holy Spirit as the evidence of a Spirit-filled life. "The Eternal Fruit" is a book to be lived, not just read.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Zondervan
Publication Date: 2005
Dimensions: 5.00 X 5 (inches)
ISBN: 082973998X
ISBN-13: 9780829739985
UPC: 639390739988
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Publisher's Description

El fruto eterno Pequeña semilla, árbol frondoso El fruto eterno, un libro para ser digerido, no solo leído. El prolífico autor cristiano, Dr. Darío Silva-Silva, analiza en este nuevo ensayo el misterio de la multiplicación: de la semilla al árbol y del árbol al bosque; del embrión al hombre y del hombre a la comunidad. En su característico lenguaje literario-teológico, el dos veces finalista de la Golden Medallion ECPA, describe desde el árbol plantado junto al río del Salmo 1, pasando por el plantío de árboles de justicia de Isaías, hasta los grandes simbolismos evangélicos: la semilla de mostaza, el grano que muere en tierra, el trigo y la cizaña, la higuera estéril, la siembra y la cosecha, etc., para concentrarse, finalmente, en el fruto del Espíritu Santo como evidencia de una vida plena. El fruto eterno, un libro para ser vivido, no solo leído.

Author Bio

El Dr. Darío Silva-Silva es ministro del evangelio, comunicador social y periodista. Ejerció el periodismo político durante treinta años en distintos medios de comunicación. Tiene varios doctorados académicos y honorarios. El y su esposa, Esther Lucia, son fundadores de la iglesia Casa Sobre La Roca en Bogotá, Colombia y de varias instituciones educativas, religiosas y de servicio social. El Dr. Silva es ganador de varios premios, entre ellos el Premio Nacional de Periodismo Simón Bolívar en 1987. Además es autor de varias obras de análisis socio-teológico, entre ellos Espaldas Mojadas y Sexo en la Biblia.

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