El Dios Que No Entiendo (Spanish) (Spa) (The God I Don't Understand)
SPANISH EDITION: If we are honest, we have to admit that there are many things we don't understand about God, especially in the face of terrible suffering and evil. Chris Wright offers reflections and encouragement from the Scriptures, so that...
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SPANISH EDITION: If we are honest, we have to admit that there are many things we don't understand about God, especially in the face of terrible suffering and evil. Chris Wright offers reflections and encouragement from the Scriptures, so that those who are troubled by these tough questions can still sustain their faith.
Si somos sinceros, tenemos que reconocer que hay muchas cosas que no comprendemos sobre Dios. No tenemos respuestas finales para los profundos problemas de la vida, y aquellos que dicen tenerlas viven en cierto grado de espejismo. Hay cuestiones de misterio en nuestra fe cristiana que est n m s all de la erudici n m s aguda o aun de los m s profundos ejercicios espirituales.Para muchas personas, estos problemas suscitan tantas preguntas e incertidumbres que la propia fe se convierte en un forcejeo, y se cuestiona la misma persona y el car cter de Dios.Chris Wright nos alienta a enfrentar las limitaciones de nuestro entendimiento y a reconocer el dolor y la pena que a menudo pueden causar. Pero como el autor del Salmo 73:28, quiere estar en condiciones de decir: >.
Christopher J. H. Wright (Ph.D., Cambridge) was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. His doctorate is in Old Testament ethics. He taught Old Testament in India for five years (1983-88) at Union Biblical Seminary, and then returned to the faculty of All Nations Christian College, a missionary training school in England, where he was principal from 1993-2001. Wright is now the international director of the Langham Partnership International (known in the United States as John Stott Ministries), providing literature, scholarships and preaching training for pastors in Majority World churches and seminaries.
He has written a number of informative books for thinking Christians including commentaries on Deuteronomy (New International Bible Commentary) and Ezekiel (The Bible Speaks Today), Old Testament Ethics for the People of God, The Mission of God, the Trilogy Knowing God the Father through the Old Testament, Knowing the Holy Spirit through the Old Testament, and Knowing Jesus through the Old Testament and The Uniqueness of Jesus. An ordained Anglican, he serves on the staff of All Souls Church, Langham Place, London, England. His most recent publications are The God I Don't Understand: Reflections on Tough Questions of Faith and Salvation Belongs To Our God.