BSac Jan 84 p. Needham Frederic R. Howe [Frederic R. The book was published in and was reprinted in Needham, a Dallas Theological Seminary graduate Th.
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BSac Jan 84 p. Needham Frederic R. Howe [Frederic R. The book was published in and was reprinted in Needham, a Dallas Theological Seminary graduate Th. M, , is a gifted and respected Bible teacher on the faculty of Multnomah School of the Bible. An attempt will be made in this review article to consider the central theme of the book, and to give careful evaluation and criticism of some of the concepts related to this theme. Of course, issues, not personalities, are in view in this article.
Needham seriously desires to honor Christ and to enable believers to live in the full light of their inheritance in Christ. An example of this emphasis follows: A Christian is not simply a person who gets forgiveness, who gets to go to heaven, who gets the Holy Spirit, who gets a new nature.
Mark this—a Christian is a person who has become someone he was not before. Crucial to this viewpoint is the realm where this new identity functions. So the author virtually has a duality in the believer—redeemed spirit and unredeemed flesh. You must have a subscription and be logged in to read the entire article.
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Birthright achieves an excellent balance between the theological and the practical. Birthright Looking for More Great Reads? A Christian is not simply a person who gets forgiveness, who gets to go to heaven, who gets the Holy Spirit, who gets a new nature. Open Preview See a Problem? Needham is professor of theology at Multnomah Bible College in Portland, Oregon, where he has taught for over thirty years. My library Help Advanced Book Search.
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