Making All Things New Paperback
God's Dream for Global Justice
by York Moore;
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Making All Things New
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But God has a dream. York Moore paints a vivid picture of how the dream of God is breaking into history to make all things new. Through the death and resurrection of Jesus, God is bringing an end to the world's nightmare of sin and death. Scripture's vision of Jesus' end-time work shows how the wrongs will be made right, and God's just judgment is good news for the world.
Unpacking how the Bible describes the last things, Moore shows how we can partner with God as he brings his dream to reality. Every time a well is dug for a community, food is provided for the hungry or sex traffickers are brought to justice, the dream begins to take hold.
This is no mere wishful thinking. The dream of God is more real than your dreams could ever imagine. It is what we were created for. So wake up from the nightmare and join in what God is doing in the world. And flourish as your own dreams are transformed by God's dream for all creation.
Making All Things New by York Moore was published by IVP (USA) in December 2012. The ISBN for Making All Things New is 9780830837793.
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"A powerful awakening to God's holiness, justice and strength. Moore offers a biblical eschatology strong enough to unite and empower the church to oppose evil and to advance the kingdom on earth as in heaven. This may scare hell out of us, and heaven into us for the world God loves. A great achievement."
Details for Making All Things New
|Page last updated||24th July 2017|
|Author / Artist||York Moore|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||IVP (USA) (December 2012)|
|Number of Pages||168|