2 edition of The silent god found in the catalog.
The silent god
Marjo C. A. Korpel
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||by Marjo C.A. Korpel and Johannes C. de Moor|
|Contributions||Moor, Johannes C. de (Johannes Cornelis), 1935-|
|LC Classifications||BL473 .K67 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 378 p. :|
|Number of Pages||378|
|LC Control Number||2011006138|
I recently was called to be Book Group Leader in my church. This is something I find myself being extremely excited about. I decided that the first book we would read would be “The Silence of God” by Gale Sears. It is a historical fiction about the only Latter-Day Saint family during the Russian Revolution. I was immediately sucked in/5(32). It describes the response of those in heaven to the promise of Christ’s final judgment and vindication of the righteous, together with creation’s ultimate and eternal glorification of God: “When the Lamb opened the seventh seal,” the Book of Revelation declares, “there .
But on Saturday, Jesus is silent. So is God. He made himself heard on Friday. He tore the curtains of the temple, opened the graves of the dead, rocked the earth, blocked the sun of the sky, and sacrificed the Son of Heaven. Earth heard much of God on Friday. Nothing on Saturday. Jesus is silent. God is silent. Saturday is silent. In the book, Night, by Elie Wiesel, is the account of Elie and his father in the Nazi concentration camps in Auschwitz and Buchenwald. The death of one man caused Elie to lose hope, and feel like.
During the “ years of silence” also called the intertestimental period, God was active in world history causing major political and military events to occur as He had predicted in the book of Daniel. During this time the nation of Greece came to power and was conquered by Rome. God had predicted this. 1. The Silent God in Modernity. Introduction The Silent God in Modern Literature and Media Some Theologians and Philosophers The Silent God in Agnosticism and Atheism In Defense of a Silent God Critical Examination of Current Views 2. Prerequisites for a Fresh Investigation De_ning the Scope of This Study4/5(6).
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The silence of God is a recurring theme in modern reflection. It is not only addressed in theology, religious studies and philosophy, but also in literary fiction, film and theatre. The authors show that the concept of a silent deity emerged in the ancient Near East (including Greece).Cited by: 1.
JOSEPH BENTZ is the best-selling author of When God Takes Too Long, Silent God,Pieces of Heaven, and four novels. He is professor of American literature at Azusa The silent god book University. He earned a BA in English from Olivet Nazarene University and an MA and a 5/5(4).
This Robert Anderson is the author of "The Coming Prince" which anyone interested in prophecy should own. "The Silence of God" is about the quandary: If God is all powerful, He would be able to intervene against human suffering. If God is good, He would want to intervene against human suffering.
Therefore, God cannot be both good and all powerful/5(44). Joseph Bentz is one of my favorite authors, and this is one of his very best books. It's true: God sometimes The silent god book silent, and distant, and preoccupied, and slow-to-respond. In this book, as always, Bentz is unfailingly honest/5.
The Silence of God refers to the communists’ efforts to remove God from their culture and replace Him with a utopic communist society, dependent on the government. Beautifully architected Russian churches were dismantled of their religious icons and turned into government buildings/5.
Do you feel rejected or forgotten. Do you feel like you can no longer hear the voice of God or like life has handed you a bad deck of cards. If so, this book is for you. In Silent Seasons: Trusting God When You Don't Understand, Heather Lindsey shares how silent seasons are an opportunity to grow closer to the Father/5().
As he states in his preface, Anderson in this book discusses "the key to the dual mystery of a silent heaven and the trials of the life of faith." This is a fascinating and very helpful book that will benefit all Christians. Sir Robert Anderson was born in Ireland, though his father was an Ulster Scot.
Answer: The years of silence refers to the time between the Old Testament and New Testament, during which God did not speak to the Jewish people. At the time of Malachi’s warning, about B.C., the Jews had returned to Israel from the Babylonian captivity (as merchants, not shepherds).
May our God come and not keep silence; Fire devours before Him, And it is very tempestuous around Him. For Zion's sake I will not keep silent, And for Jerusalem's sake I will not keep quiet, Until her righteousness goes forth like brightness, And her salvation like a torch that is burning.
Authors: M.C.A. Korpel and Johannes C. de Moor The silence of God is a recurring theme in modern reflection. It is not only addressed in theology, religious studies and philosophy, but also in literary fiction, film and theatre. The authors show that the concept of a silent deity emerged in the ancient Near East (including Greece).Cited by: 1.
New Book: When God Is Silent | Douglas Jacoby | Challenging People to Think About Faith We inhabit the same world Jesus did—one of pain, joy, surprise, suffering, and wonder.
At times life is good, joyous, and fair. Speak, O Lord: The Silence of God in Human Suffering. Ataloa Snell Woodin. The experience of Job is used as a base from which to explore the question of why God is silent during human suffering. The paramount conclusion reached is “because God is God,” and his reasons transcend our comprehension.
TWO PSALMS TO A SILENT GOD. Awake, O Lord. The Silent God Marjo C. Korpel, Johannes C. de Moor The silence of God is a recurring theme in modern reflection.
It is not only addressed in theology, religious studies and philosophy, but also in literary fiction, film and theatre. In Silence with God book. Read 10 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
A help for those seeking to follow our Lord to obtain the silen /5. THE SILENT YEARS ( – ±6 BC) Where does the Old Testament end.
The Old Testament ends with the return of the Lord’s people from exile in Babylonia. At that time, Persia was the great world power and ruled over the returned exiles. The Israelites did not have their own king, but they knewFile Size: 82KB.
The Silence of Adam book. Read 46 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The title refers to Adam being silent when Eve accepted the apple from the serpent in the Garden.
Crabb takes the view that Adam was standing alongside Eve and accordingly should have spoken up recalling the instruction God had given him earlier about /5. The Old Testament story of Job, is a reminder of crying out to God for answers and receiving silence.
Job cried out to God for the first thirty seven chapters of the book of Job and God finally answered him in chapter God said, “Where were you when I laid the earth’s foundation. Tell me, if. Like the biblical Job, many people suffer under the silence of God.
This book shows that it is enlightening to retrace the origins of the concept of divine speech and silence in the ancient Near East and Greece. The Silent God Stapled Booklet. Like the biblical Job, many people suffer under the silence of God. This book shows that it is enlightening to retrace the origins of the concept of divine speech and silence in the ancient Near East and Greece.
Disappointment with God is real and even the most mature of Christians come to experience the great well of anger or sorrow when stripped by the harshness of life. I truly appreciate the approach Yancey took to wrestling with this disappointment with God/5.
Providence: The Silent Sovereignty of God Paperback – Febru by Cecil May Jr (Author)/5(14).Make a decision Choose sides – You can’t adequately serve God and the world. (Consider Joshua ) Something happens in life, often sin, busyness, boredom, or a tragedy but if we are normal, we have periods where we grow away from our close relationship with God.
God hasn’t moved, but if you’ve shifted in your obedience, get Author: Ron Edmondson.The experience of the silence of God is real.
Many of us have felt it. Times when we cry out to God, and there seems to be no answer. We pray, pouring out our hearts, only to hear the words echo.