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Living in the Maybe

Paperback|Apr 1998
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This book was written to point a way forward in the anxious search for certainty that grips our churches amid the growing relativism of today's culture. Building on the presence of "paradox" inherent in the biblical concept of the steward, Christopher Levan urges us to begin "living in the maybe, " a perspective on life that Levan believes offers not only an effective model for confronting today's confused times on the personal level but also an effective means for revitalizing the church. Through an exploration of the themes of faithfulness, wealth, and happiness, Levan shows that the idea of stewardship contains a foundational dialectic that offers an antidote to our culture's hunger for eternal fundamentals. He argues that the biblical notion of stewardship does indeed provide a locus and a pattern for shaping an appropriate Christian response to the apprehensions of our postmodern world.
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This book was written to point a way forward in the anxious search for certainty that grips our churches amid the growing relativism of today's culture. Building on the presence of "paradox" inherent in the biblical concept of the steward, Christopher Levan urges us to begin "living in the maybe, " a perspective on life that Levan believes offers not only an effective model for confronting today's confused times on the personal level but also an effective means for revitalizing the church.
Through an exploration of the themes of faithfulness, wealth, and happiness, Levan shows that the idea of stewardship contains a foundational dialectic that offers an antidote to our culture's hunger for eternal fundamentals. He argues that the biblical notion of stewardship does indeed provide a locus and a pattern for shaping an appropriate Christian response to the apprehensions of our postmodern world.


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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 119665
  • Product Code 0802843476
  • EAN 9780802843470
  • Pages 182
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Eerdmans
  • Publication Date Apr 1998
  • Dimensions 235 x 159 x 19mm
  • Weight 0.295kg