Blessed Contradictions: How the Bible Contradicts and Completes Itself - eBook
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Title: Blessed Contradictions: How the Bible Contradicts and Completes Itself - eBook
By: Michael Anderson
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Wipf & Stock
Publication Date: 2020
ISBN: 9781725258044
ISBN-13: 9781725258044
Stock No: WW112124EB

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Blessed Contradictions invites the reader to think in new ways about how to understand Scripture. The Bible is written by many authors who often have differing points of view. Instead of seeing these differences as inconsistencies or weaknesses, Blessed Contradictions considers them strengths--ways to see God, theology, ethics, and theodicy from alternative angles. Each of the eight chapters will compare one biblical author to another, show their contradictions, and celebrate the blessings of such diversity.

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Michael Anderson is pastor of Holy Spirit Lutheran Church, Kirkland, Washington and is a graduate of Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota with MDiv and MTh degrees. His special interest is biblical interpretation shared with church members, and typically he has well over one hundred students in classes. Pastor Anderson is married to Patty and they have one daughter, Sara. They all enjoy traveling, reading, and dinner parties.

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