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Looking Shame in the Eye: A Path to Understanding, Grace and Renewal

Paperback|Oct 2019
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:What is shame and where does it come from? How can we break free and help others held in its vice-like grip? And what is the gospel when shame is the problem? Shame, humiliation and stigma are all around us....


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:What is shame and where does it come from? How can we break free and help others held in its vice-like grip? And what is the gospel when shame is the problem? Shame, humiliation and stigma are all around us. Online shaming reminds us of the power of shame, the crisis of self-worth, the weight of judgement and the need for freedom. At the same time, people are becoming less responsive to gospel messages about guilt, morality and sin. If we want to reach those around us and bring healing to their hurts, we need to speak their language: the language of shame. This book helps Christians to introduce 'shame thinking' into their own lives and the lives of those they disciple and evangelize. Above all, it shows how God's freedom can release anyone suffering from the debilitating grip of shame.


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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 528876
  • Product Code 9781783599202
  • ISBN 1783599200
  • EAN 9781783599202
  • Pages 208
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category Care/counselling
  • Publisher Intervarsity Press Uk
  • Publication Date Oct 2019
  • Sales Rank 26468
  • Dimensions 216 x 138 x 15mm
  • Weight 0.340kg

Simon Cozens

Simon Cozens is an Open Source programmer and author. He has released over a hundred Perl modules including Email: : Simple, Mail: : Audit, Maypole, Plucene, and B: : Generate. He's the co-author of Beginning Perl (Wrox) and Extending and Embedding Perl (Manning) and was the managing editor of Perl.com from 2001 to 2004. A graduate in Japanese from Oxford University, he now lives in Wales and enjoys Japanese and Greek food, bizarre music and fine typography.

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