This book is an exploration of Pauls letter to the Colossians and, in particular, a consideration of the distinction the apostle makes between philosophy that is after the traditions of men and thinking that is after Christ. Its purpose is to promote serious interest in searching out all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge that are hidden in Christ. And this, it is proposed, provides the foundation for true Christian morality and sociology, which are prerequisites for a godly culture and essential if Christians are to communicate intelligently and effectively to the contemporary world.
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About the Author
Alan Catchpoole has been involved in Bible teaching and Christian conference ministry for the past sixty five years. Born in Adelaide, he has lived in Australia, England, Denmark, and for fifteen years in Singapore. He has ministered widely across his own couuntry, in North America, and in South East Asia. For a decade before retirement, he was teacher-in-residence for the Bull Creek Westminster Presbyterian Church in Perth. He now lives in Melbourne.