Cómo entender quien es Dios [NOOK Book]

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Con escritura clara, enfoque contemporáneo, uso mínimo de términos técnicos y enfatizando cómo el cristiano de hoy debe entender y aplicar cada doctrina, Quien es Dios explora la existencia de Dios a través de un conocimiento interno y evidencia en las Escrituras y la naturaleza.

Los temas incluyen, pero no se limitan a las «pruebas tradicionales» de la existencia de Dios: Cubriendo evidencia cosmológica, teológica, ontológica y moral del ...
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Cómo entender quien es Dios

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Overview

Con escritura clara, enfoque contemporáneo, uso mínimo de términos técnicos y enfatizando cómo el cristiano de hoy debe entender y aplicar cada doctrina, Quien es Dios explora la existencia de Dios a través de un conocimiento interno y evidencia en las Escrituras y la naturaleza.

Los temas incluyen, pero no se limitan a las «pruebas tradicionales» de la existencia de Dios: Cubriendo evidencia cosmológica, teológica, ontológica y moral del Creador; La Trinidad: las tres personas distintivas, cada una equivale al ser completo de Dios; la creación: incluyendo la afirmación que cuando todos los hechos se entienden, no habrá ningún «conflicto final» entre la Escritura y la ciencia natural; y la providencia de Dios: la continua intervención del Creador con todo lo creado y las acciones humanas que impactan dentro de la providencia de Dios.

Escrito con un tono amistoso, apelando a las emociones, el espíritu y el intelecto, Quien es Dios ayuda a los lectores a superar las ideas erróneas, a tomar mejores decisiones en asuntos nuevos y a crecer como cristianos.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780829760491
  • Publisher: Vida
  • Publication date: 10/9/2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: Cómo Entender
  • Sold by: Zondervan Publishing
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 336
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Wayne Grudem es profesor de investigación de Teología y Estudios Bíblicos del Seminario Phoenix, en Phoenix, Arizona. Obtuvo los títulos de licenciado en arte en Harvard, master en divinidades en el Seminario Westminster, y doctor en filosofía
en Cambridge. Es autor de más de quince libros, incluyendo el éxito de librería Teología Sistemática.
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