Monday, December 18, 2017

Walking With A Limp

Walking with a LimpA charismatic approach to the question of suffering, this book faces the realities without abandoning a positive faith in the power of God. This is a book to be read before trouble comes. It was joint runner-up for Australian Christian Book of the Year in 2004.


The author says: The question of suffering is age-old. How can a loving God be all-powerful if he cannot deal with it? How can an all-powerful God be loving if he will not deal with it? While there are many excellent books on this subject, there are virtually none from a charismatic perspective. The reality is that many people in the charismatic movement don’t have a theology of suffering. On the other hand, there are others who don’t have a theology of healing. This book is honest, realistic, faithful to Scripture and yet unashamedly positive about the gifts of the Spirit. I don’t know of any other book like this. I think it’s worth a read if only so you can help someone else.


Barry Chant

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Barry Chant is a regular speaker at church services, seminars, conferences and conventions. Hundreds of thousands of his books have been sold around the world. Hehas degrees in arts, theology and ministry, a diploma in education and a PhD in history. He was the co-founder and former president of Tabor College, Australia.


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