The Deadly Sins and the Beatitudes
by Jeff Cook;
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The seven deadly sins are the force causing that hole. They are at work in each of us. They decimate our relationships, our souls and our world. These deadly sins often seem pleasing and good for gaining what we desire, but they are thoroughly poisonous.
Conversely, the Beatitudes are Jesus' pictures of a restored creation. The Beatitudes introduced what Jesus said to his earliest followers about a life strong and fruitful. In fact, the Beatitudes give us a glimpse of a world empty of evil and filled to the edges with God's life.
Looking at the Beatitudes and the seven deadly sins in turn, we see two paths, two sets of invitations. Both call to deep places within us to come and taste. Both invite us to take up residence. Both present themselves as life as it actually is. But only one will draw us further into reality. And only one will make us happy.
“Of the many, many books about the Gospels, or about Jesus, or about Christian morality, only one in a thousand gives us a real breakthrough, a new ‘big picture’. Most are just nice little candles on the cake. Seven is a bonfire. It’s not just good; it’s striking. It doesn’t just say all the things you’ve heard a thousand times before. And yet it’s totally in sync with both the saints and the scholars.” --Peter Kreeft, professor of philosophy at Boston College, and author of over forty-five books, including Fundamentals of the Faith.
Jeff Cook lives in Greeley, Colorado. He teaches philosophy at the University of Northern Colorado and serves as a teaching pastor at Atlas Church.
Seven by Jeff Cook was published by Zondervan in August 2008 and is our 61687th best seller. The ISBN for Seven is 9780310278177.
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|Page last updated||23rd December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Jeff Cook|
|Publisher||Zondervan (August 2008)|
|Number of Pages||224|