|Life's Big Questions:|
Six Major Themes Traced Through the Bible
By: Vaughan Roberts
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Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Publication Date: January 2005
How can the sixty-six books of the Bible have a single
message for us today? What unites the vastly different
accounts of God's work in the world? How do the various
genres of the Bible work together? Vaughan Roberts
believes that the Bible tells a single story for all time.
He draws out the Bible's message of Jesus Christ and God's
redemption through him, in six big questions:
Who rules the world?
What does it mean to be human?
How should we view money?
Is a perfect relationship possible?
How does the Holy Spirit work in the world and in our
What is God's plan for the world?
This companion volume to Roberts's previous book, God's
Big Picture, will not only help you answer these
questions, but also give you tools to transform your own
Bible study in light of the whole story of God.
Roberts is rector of St. Ebbe's Church in Oxford, England.
The author of God's Big Picture and Life's Big Questions,
he is also a popular speaker at Spring Harvest and a
founding member of "9:38" which encourages people to
consider full-time gospel ministry.
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