Wednesday 17 June 2015

Knowing and Doing (Summer 2015)

The Summer 2015 edition of Knowing & Doing – ‘A Teaching Quarterly for Discipleship of Heart and Mind’ – from the C.S. Lewis Institute is now available online (here as a pdf), and contains the following articles:

Chris Sicks
Jesus’ Loving Presence in the World – You!
How can believers in Christ do even greater things than Jesus did?

Julianne Panunescu 
Fully to Enjoy: An Invitation to Our Abundant Table
Julianne Panunescu, a C.S. Lewis Institute Fellow, talks about the enduring friendships made in the Fellows Program and how her group came to put together the cookbook Fully to Enjoy: An Invitation to Our Abundant Table.

Bill Kynes
How Can a Loving God Send People to Hell?
Bill Kynes explores the burning question – How can a loving God send people to hell? This article is a slightly adapted version of a chapter in Bill’s recently published book Seven Pressing Questions: Addressing Critical Challenges to Christian Faith (Minneapolis: NextStep Resources, 2015).

Thomas A. Tarrants, III
Are You Growing in Grace?
Tom Tarrants teaches us how to have our lives fulfill God’s purposes for us in the world.

Gerald R. McDermott
A Thumbnail Sketch of Buddhism for Christians
Dr. McDermott provides a tremendously helpful foundational understanding of Buddhism so that we as Christian can better understand our similarities and differences.

Randy Newman
Paving the Way for Gospel Conversations
Randy Newman explains that in our day and age, when people have negative notions about religion, we may need to pave the way for gospel conversations.

Callom Harkrader
How To Speak To Your Buddhist Neighbor
In this short article, Callom Harkrader gives us tips on how to relate well with our Buddhist neighbors.

Joe Kohm 
What the Bird Said Early in the Year
Joe Kohm, City Director, C.S. Lewis Institute-Virginia Beach looks at the meaning behind the poem by C.S. Lewis.

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