The Christian Faith Uninformed by the Culture

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Xulon Press, 2008 - Religion - 172 pages
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Religious apostasy is now rife in the land. Do not be misled. No human has a corner on the word of God. Do not look to man for truth: look to God. Dr. Richard Murphy is a native New Yorker. His ministry as a Christian compels him to be present in dialogue at this time. Reading and rereading the Bible, as well as Bible study in church, church seminars, the use of reference books and commentaries, church membership, singing in the choir, summer church camp, and church committee work have qualified him to write this commentary even though it is many years later than was his expectation. He received Jesus Christ as Lord in junior high school. As a practicing physician in New York City he learned first hand about the plight of young and old who are culturally driven and thereby lacking in fellowship with Jesus Christ. Dr. Karen Murphy, growing up in the South and having a childhood dream of being a missionary, began piano lessons at the age of four. With music always being a part of her life, her understanding increased as God guided her into this field. In mid-life after her children became teenagers, she returned to graduate school earning two more degrees in piano. With her doctorate, she joined the music faculty in 2008 at Mississippi State University. Karen's future plans include writing, from a Biblical perspective, a practical step-by-step health plan with satisfying recipes and simple exercise ideas.
 

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Contents

Preface
xi
Theory Declared Fact
29
Zipporah and Moses
42
Gods Rebuke
48
Fear and Anger
57
Three Fundamental Teachings
64
Sustained by God
71
What Is Grief?
78
Cant Everything Be Altered?
90
Genes Alone?
98
Save My Soul
103
Can the Authority of God Be Set Aside?
116
God is Not a Mystery
129
The Outpouring of the Holy Spirit
144
An Ordinary Day
157
Copyright

What Is Truth?
84

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