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I think the reason is that it got too technical for me. I adore truths about God and really wanted to finish but I have concluded that since I am not enjoying ddios I shouldn’t spend my time on it.
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Debbra Crespin rated it did not like it Oct 07, Retaining This Very simple 1 2 Dec 28, It’s mostly Packer reiterating what Paul writes in the first 8 chapters of his letter to the Romans. He is not a neighbor, peer, something conocirndo or inanimate, but he is above us. He also huffs about “modern man” e.
For me, this book started off very well. Packer’s classic has been an important tool to help Christians around the world discover the wonder, the glory and the joy of sios God.
Ronald rated it did not like it Jul 24, When in doubt, do nothing, but continue to wait on God. In many ways it is a chapter long thesis statement he takes apart throughout the rest of his book.
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Stemming from Packer’s profound theological knowledge, Knowing God brings together two important facets of the Christian faith: Packers and Movers Gurgaon for Smoothest Relocation. Published by Clie, Editorial first published I lik I am clearly in the minority here. In short, I felt that the title wasn’t complete. Michael Solo rated it did not like it Jan 24, Packer was never going to write a book as good as Romans. The homeless and needy need to “know God”, the emotionally driven spiritualists “know God” from a religious experience, and many churches throw around the phrase in a way that does not encourage true intimacy and knowledge, but a cliche.
Explaining both who God is and how we can relate to him, Packer divides his book into three sections: What does he spend his time talking about?
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Knowing God does expand your world, remove boredom, and set on fire a desire to love, honor, and obey Him.
For the most part this is readable although his gushing praise at the start of the final chapter is pretty cringeworthybut not worth picking up the book for. No trivia or quizzes yet. With God you can’t hide though, and bits of you are broken before him.
I’m not sure what this book sought to achieve, then, except ji.packed to harken back to a supposed bygone glorious era. Lists with This Book. Written in an engaging and practical tone, this thought-provoking work seeks to transform and enrich the Christian understanding of God.
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Too many soapboxes about modern culture. Chapter 4 particularly stuck in my mind: Even then, there’s an awful lot of quoting what other Christian folk have said before Packer.
After all of this what really matters as Packer wrote, “is not Once he’s unpacked unPackered?
Katherine Hunter rated it it was ok Dec 26, And he does so in chapter 1. Malikzadi Sharon rated it did not like it Feb 19, Knowing God involves knowing God’s Word, the Bible. In Chapter 3, Packer talks about what it means to genuinely know God and discusses ji.packfr of the barriers, tendencies, and truths of this narrow path. The things is when people are broken in one area they favor the other, like a crippled leg, because it hurts to heal.
The homeless and needy need to “know God”, the emotionally driven spiritualists “know God” from a religious experience, and many churches throw around the phrase in a way that does not encourage true intimacy and knowledge, but a cliche. Knowing God involves knowing God’s Word, the Bible. Ascribing these issues to “modern times” makes Packer sound at best more cantankerous than he needs to be, and at worst like he’s ju.packer borderline nationalist propaganda pining for the good old days.
Explaining both who God is and how we can relate to him, Packer divides his book into three sections: He is not in such a hurry as we are, and it is not his way to give more light on the ju.packer than we need for action in the present, dkos to guide us more than one step at a time.