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Though many ancient confessions of faith have emerged throughout the church's history, perhaps one of the most widely accepted, comprehensive, and uniquely personal, is the Heidelberg Catechism. In this groundbreaking book, Body and Soul, theologian, pastor and popular author M. Craig Barnes reveals the Heidelberg Catechism's true identity.
With profound insight, clarity and a great deal of wonder, Barnes' reclaiming of the Heidelberg reveals the beauty and relevance of this 16th century statement of faith. It's not a list of doctrinal questions and answers. It's not a cut-and-dried summary of what Christians believe. It's a deeply personal statement of faith and a surprisingly contemporary guide for everyday life.
Reflecting much of its primary author's own theological convictions that were firmly Protestant with Calvinistic leanings, the Heidelberg holds fast the fundamental teaching that man's salvation includes both body and soul. Body and Soul serves as a reliable and inspiring companion in a world where faith and doubt coexist. From the seasoned pastor, theologian or believer to the seeker or newcomer to the body of Christ, Barnes invites you to join him in finding comfort in belonging, body and soul, to the triune God.
Number of Pages: 238
Vendor: Faith Alive Christian Resources
Publication Date: 2012
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Steve5 Stars Out Of 5Body and Soul for LentMarch 18, 2015SteveQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5We used the book Body and Soul as the basis for our Lenten studies in a variety of settings. The response from the congregation has been overwhelmingly positive. It is a simple book but thought provoking and allows ample opportunity for the reader to dig deeper into the catechism and the scriptures.