Concerning the Christ

Concerning the Christ

by David E. Clarke
     
 
So many books have been written by so many authors covering so many topics. The greatest and grandest effort of any writer, in my view, is to glorify and write of God. I have attempted to do this. I am aware that I am an earthen vessel and fall short, but I desire to try to be of use in the plan of the Divine. Therefore, I offer this attempt to be of use in His

Overview

So many books have been written by so many authors covering so many topics. The greatest and grandest effort of any writer, in my view, is to glorify and write of God. I have attempted to do this. I am aware that I am an earthen vessel and fall short, but I desire to try to be of use in the plan of the Divine. Therefore, I offer this attempt to be of use in His plan and to glorify the Lord in this day when so many wish to denigrate the King of kings, the Lord of lords and the Groom of the bride.
This work is written in four books. Book one: Jesus, Our Savior, is a devotional narrative concerning certain characteristics of the Lord. I am a literalist and to be Christian means to be Christ like. In determining His characteristics, we can ascertain how we are to be and act.
The second book: The Grace of God is a collection of essays concerning cyclical biblical interpretive models. By utilizing a cyclical approach, the reader of Scripture as a follower of the Lord, can understand and interpret more completely Scripture. They can in a better way study and read Scripture and improve how we live our lives in our imitation of Him.
Book three: The Trinity and the Convergence of Worship is a narrative concerning the doctrine of the Trinity. I believe that C.S. Lewis’ book, “Mere Christianity” and his profound writing concerning this doctrine is a must read. Also within this portion of this book I delve into Convergence Doctrine. How true worship of the Triune God is demonstrated in the merging together into one stream of worship the Sacramental, Evangelical, Charismatic and the Dispensational. As an example of the Sacramental worship, I have included a revision of the liturgical mass to reflect this doctrinal stance.
Book four: The Clouds is a poem following the outline of the Book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ found within Scripture.
Throughout this book I have utilized the following methodological choice.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013120594
Publisher:
FWB Publications
Publication date:
08/12/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
234
File size:
632 KB

Meet the Author

Rev. David Clarke is a bi-vocational minister and Bible teacher. He is a graduate of the Ohio State University and the Institute of Jewish-Christian Studies. He has done graduate study at the Ohio State University and Trinity Theological Seminary. Aside from, “The Valley Where Strangeness Occurs,” Rev. Clarke has authored two other books: “The Grace of God” and “Eclectic Essays.”
Rev. Clark has worked in inner city missions and as an associate pastor. His calling is as a Bible teacher and his desire is to demonstrate the Lord Jesus as the Christ, crucified and resurrected, the only hope of this world.
David lives in Circleville, Ohio and has three grown children: Shaun David, Myrriah Elyse and Miranda Paige.

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