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Sure, Christians know---or are supposed to know---good from evil. But how are we to decide among one or more nonsinful options? Can we really hope to discover God's perfect will and avoid going down less-than-perfect paths? Or does it even matter in the long run? Haddon Robinson claims no supernatural wisdom when it comes to decision-making as he has struggled with tough choices too. But through years of spiritual leadership, by study and experience, he has learned several biblical principles about decision-making that hold true no matter how difficult the issue. Taking his usual clear-eyed, not-a-word-wasted approach, he shares these guidelines in Decision-Making by the Book.
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Vendor: Discovery House
Publication Date: 2010
Its said that decisions are made in the details. And yet, we make hundreds, even thousands of decisions daily. So how do Christians process all those details and come up with answers that please God?
In Decision-Making by the Book, author, lecturer, and radio personality, Haddon W. Robinson, takes his usual clear-eyed, not-a-word-wasted approach, to help you make decisions according to biblical principlesevery time.
Haddon W. Robinson is a well-known speaker and for many years was a featured teacher on the Discover the Word daily radio program. Regarded as one of the greatest preachers of the twentieth century, Dr Robinson is the Harold John Ockenga Distinquished Professor Emeritus of Preaching at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He is the author of many books, including What Jesus Said about Successful Living and Decision-Making by the Book.
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