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Key Words of the Christian Faith (eBook)



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By Reinder Bruinsma

ISBN: 9780812752670 | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2008

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If you were asked to define the essence of Christianity, what would you say? Which words would you choose to describe the life-changing pursuit of something completely intangible? Faith, maybe, with Christianity’s obvious necessity for trust in Someone unseen. Or perhaps love, since after all, God is love. Or would you choose grace, without which all the faith and love in the world would mean nothing?

All too often, “Christian” words are used superficially, without comprehension of their truest meaning—surface answers to humanity’s most important questions. But these words influence your sole connection to eternal life. Your relationship God is woven around the principles these words embody.

Thirteen of the most significant words you’ll ever encounter are just inside these pages. Journey beyond the clichés and discover how these powerful words shape the Christian life now—and for eternity.

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We appreciate your interest in purchasing an eBook from AdventistBookCenter.com. You should be aware of the following before making your purchase:

  • Some technical skills are required to load this eBook onto your device
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If you were asked to define the essence of Christianity, what would you say? Which words would you choose to describe the life-changing pursuit of something completely intangible? Faith, maybe, with Christianity’s obvious necessity for trust in Someone unseen. Or perhaps love, since after all, God is love. Or would you choose grace, without which all the faith and love in the world would mean nothing?

All too often, “Christian” words are used superficially, without comprehension of their truest meaning—surface answers to humanity’s most important questions. But these words influence your sole connection to eternal life. Your relationship God is woven around the principles these words embody.

Thirteen of the most significant words you’ll ever encounter are just inside these pages. Journey beyond the clichés and discover how these powerful words shape the Christian life now—and for eternity.

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Reinder Bruinsma


Reinder Bruinsma is a longtime pastor and church administrator. He hails from the Netherlands and earned a Ph.D. in church history from the University of London. He and his wife, Aafje, who translates books, have two grown children.