Salud, riquezas y felicidad?: Los errores del evangelio de la prosperidad

Overview

¿ Qué sucede cuando la promesa de prosperidad eclipsa la promesa del verdadero evangelio -el evangelio de Cristo?
Los autores, David Jones y Russell Woodbridge, creen que el evangelio de la prosperidad se construye sobre una teología defectuosa. En este libro examinan las cinco áreas principales de error relacionadas con su enseñanza sobre las riquezas. De forma justa, pero firme, los autores hablan de la historia y la teología del movimiento del evangelio de la prosperidad, y revelan sus enseñanzas centrales ...

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Overview

¿ Qué sucede cuando la promesa de prosperidad eclipsa la promesa del verdadero evangelio -el evangelio de Cristo?
Los autores, David Jones y Russell Woodbridge, creen que el evangelio de la prosperidad se construye sobre una teología defectuosa. En este libro examinan las cinco áreas principales de error relacionadas con su enseñanza sobre las riquezas. De forma justa, pero firme, los autores hablan de la historia y la teología del movimiento del evangelio de la prosperidad, y revelan sus enseñanzas centrales erróneas bíblicamente que han sido histórica y popularmente mal interpretadas, incluso por reconocidos pastores de hoy como T. D. Jakes, Joel Osteen, y Kenneth Copeland. Después de una introducción y evaluación del movimiento, se proporciona a los lectores un estudio de las Escrituras para entender lo que la Biblia dice acerca de las riquezas, la pobreza, el sufrimiento, y las ofrendas.

What happens when the promise of prosperity overshadows the promise of the real gospel-the gospel of Christ?
Believing that the prosperity gospel is constructed upon faulty theology, authors David Jones and Russell Woodbridge take a closer look at five crucial areas of error relating to the teaching of wealth. In a fair but firm tone, the authors discuss the history and theology of the prosperity gospel movement to reveal its fraudulent core biblical teachings that have been historically and popularly misinterpreted, even by today's most well-known pastors, including T. D. Jakes, Joel Osteen, and Kenneth Copeland. After an introduction and assessment of the movement, readers are invited to take a look at Scripture to understand what the Bible really says about wealth, poverty, suffering, and giving.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780825413629
  • Publisher: Editorial Portavoz
  • Publication date: 6/25/2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.44 (d)

Meet the Author

David W. Jones (PhD, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) serves as associate professor of Christian Ethics and coordinator of Th.M. and Thesis Studies at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The coauthor of God, Marriage and Family, David is a frequent speaker at churches, ministries, and conferences. He lives in North Carolina with his wife and four children.

Russell S. Woodbridge (PhD, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) is currently serving in Eastern Europe with the International Mission Board. He has lectured on the prosperity gospel both in the seminary classroom and the church and published articles on Christian stewardship. Russell currently resides in Kiev, Ukraine with his wife and four children.

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