When Did God Become a Christian?: Knowing the God of the Old and New Testaments - Leader Guide
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How do you reconcile the seemingly contradictory nature of the God in the Old Testament from the God of the New Testament? In When Did God Become a Christian?, David Kalas explores the unity of Scripture, biblical history, and the two primary attributes of God, love and holiness, to help readers clarify the integrity of the nature of God. This Leader Guide for the book contains everything needed to guide a group through the six-week study including session plans and discussion questions, as well as multiple format options.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 64
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2017
ISBN: 1501830988
ISBN-13: 9781501830983

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Why does the God of the Old Testament seem so different from the God of the New Testament? Throughout history, seasoned church goers and newcomers to the Christian faith have all struggled with this question.

In When Did God Become a Christian?, David Kalas identifies some common experiences, troublesome passages, and natural reactions that we all encounter while reconciling the God of both the Old and New Testaments. In twelve chapters, Kalas explores the unity of Scripture, biblical history, and the two primary attributes of God, love and holiness, to help readers clarify the integrity of the nature of God. With a better understanding of the Bible's unity and of God's integrity, they will come to love, worship, and trust God more.

The Leader Guide contains everything needed to guide a group through the six-week study including session plans and discussion questions, as well as multiple format options.

Author Bio

David Kalas is pastor of First United Methodist Church in Green Bay, Wisconsin. David is a graduate of the University of Virginia and Union Theological Seminary of Virginia and a contributing author to Sermons on the Gospel Readings and authored Savior on a Cross Lent 2005.   

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