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Pbm: Characterization Of God In Acts, The

Ling Cheng

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  • Weight: 0.470kg
  • Pages: 320

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Based on the plot-oriented nature of the Acts narrative, a key thought behind this book is how God is revealed in the deployment of characters of events. God's supreme saving will and mission plan determine the development of human history as well as the narrative; God's sovereign authority and power governs the movement of characters and the development of events and thus assures the fulfilment of his salvific plan. From the carrying out of the divine redemptive plan emerges a God who is invisible-yet-perceivable, dominant-yet-cogent, and continuous-yet-changing.
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Based on the plot-oriented nature of the Acts narrative, a key thought behind this book is how God is revealed in the deployment of characters of events. God's supreme saving will and mission plan determine the development of human history as well as the narrative; God's sovereign authority and power governs the movement of characters and the development of events and thus assures the fulfilment of his salvific plan. From the carrying out of the divine redemptive plan emerges a God who is invisible-yet-perceivable, dominant-yet-cogent, and continuous-yet-changing.
-Publisher.


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Based on the plot-oriented nature of the Acts narrative, a key thought behind this book is how God is revealed in the deployment of characters of events. God's supreme saving will and mission plan determine the development of human history as well as the narrative; God's sovereign authority and power governs the movement of characters and the development of events and thus assures the fulfilment of his salvific plan. From the carrying out of the divine redemptive plan emerges a God who is invisible-yet-perceivable, dominant-yet-cogent, and continuous-yet-changing.^
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