One Forever Paperback
The transforming power of being in Christ
by Rory Shiner;
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Short, readable, compelling book that explains the vital biblical doctrine of union with Christ
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When the New Testament describes what it means to be a Christian, it uses a phrase that is everywhere in Paul's letters but almost nowhere in our churches. Overwhelmingly, when the Bible wants to describe being a Christian, it says that we are in Christ.
But what does it mean to be in Christ? And how does this important biblical idea help us understand what God has done for us through Jesus, and what it means to be a Christian? This short book by Rory Shiner sparkles with clarity, wit and biblical wisdom on this vital and much-neglected topic.
This book is part of our Guidebooks for Life series. Like other titles in the series, it covers an important issue of the Christian life in an accessible and straightforward way.
Rory Shiner has studied English, anthropology and theology, and is now an associate pastor at St Matthew’s Shenton Park in Western Australia. He and his wife, Susan, enjoy the challenges of raising their four boys.
One Forever by Rory Shiner was published by Matthias Media in March 2013 and is our 32043rd best seller. The ISBN for One Forever is 9781922206022.
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Chapter 1: Glory be to God for dappled things: Creation
Chapter 2: Into the far country: Incarnation
Chapter 3: In Christ you are a new creation: Salvation
Chapter 4: Before the Throne of God above: Justification
Chapter 5: In which we face some playground bullies: Union & Sin
Chapter 6: United to the Body of Christ: Church
Chapter 7: Union with Christ, resurrection and the end of the world
Details for One Forever
|Page last updated||11th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Rory Shiner|
|Publisher||Matthias Media (March 2013)|
|Number of Pages||96|