The Bible and Reconciliation: Confession, Repentance, and Restoration
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The Bible and Reconciliation: Confession, Repentance, and Restoration  -     By: James B. Prothro

The Bible and Reconciliation: Confession, Repentance, and Restoration

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Prothro unpacks key scriptural stories that focus on how a wayward, repentant people are to approach a holy, yet merciful, God. How is the sinner to be restored? What steps need to be taken? How should one's attitude and behavior change? Which fruits will soon become apparent? Toward genuine, long-lasting change. 256 pages, softcover. Baker.

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Title: The Bible and Reconciliation: Confession, Repentance, and Restoration
By: James B. Prothro
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Baker Academic
Publication Date: 2023
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
Weight: 12 ounces
ISBN: 1540964787
ISBN-13: 9781540964786
Series: Catholic Biblical Theology of the Sacraments
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This addition to the Catholic Biblical Theology of the Sacraments series provides readers with a deeper appreciation of God's gifts and call in the sacraments through a renewed encounter with God's Word.

James Prothro offers a biblical theology of the sacrament of reconciliation--the restoration of the sinner through forgiveness and repentance. Prothro fleshes out the patterns in which God's people in the Old and New Testaments approach the merciful God, confess, and are forgiven and called to reengage their relationship with God by growing in faith and love through God's ministry of grace.

Series editors are Timothy C. Gray and John Sehorn. Gray and Sehorn teach at the Augustine Institute Graduate School of Theology, which prepares students for Christian mission through on-campus and distance-education programs. Gray is also president of the Augustine Institute.

Author Bio

James B. Prothro (PhD, University of Cambridge) is assistant professor of Scripture and theology at the Augustine Institute in Denver, Colorado. His books include A Pauline Theology of Justification: Forgiveness, Friendship, and Life with God and The Apostle Paul and His Letters: An Introduction.

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