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George H. Guthrie

Geburtstag: 24. Juli 1959

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„(John 4:17;“ NIVAC Bundle 8: General Epistles, Revelation

„If we are not being moved in heart and moved to new places in life—new levels of obedience to God—we are not really reading the Bible the way God wants us to.“ Read the Bible for Life: Your Guide to Understanding and Living God's Word


„the Bible "outlives, out lifts, outloves, outreaches, outranks, outruns all other books."4“ Read the Bible for Life: Your Guide to Understanding and Living God's Word

„Do not boast so proudly, or let arrogant words come out of your mouth, for the Lord is a God of knowledge, and actions are weighed by Him.“ Reading God's Story: A Chronological Daily Bible

„If only you would shut up and let that be your wisdom!“ Reading God's Story: A Chronological Daily Bible

„Church leaders, especially those who serve as the “main minister” or “pastor,” have difficult jobs. In many contexts they are expected to wear the multiple hats of social coordinator, superb orator (several times a week), sensitive and insightful counselor, administrator, motivator, teacher, evangelist, mender of relationships, “marryer,” and “buryer”—all the while cultivating an exemplary personal, spiritual, and family life. The pressure to spend hours in study, hours in the community, hours in visiting prospects, hours in counseling, hours in training the staff, and hours in prayer all add up to unrealistic expectations on the part of the church. The effect can be overwhelming.“ Hebrews

„Those who neglect theology may live a shallow, insipid form of Christianity that, in the end, neither affects life nor endures the test of time.“ Hebrews

„Warm-hearted, devotional, application-oriented Christianity should be encouraged. The Scriptures were written to change, mold, and direct the lives of God’s people. Yet grave danger lies in focusing on the so-called “practical” teachings of Christianity to the neglect of the “theological.” Theology and practice are both vitally important aspects of following Christ. Notice that in his introduction to the book, the author of Hebrews lays a foundation for his entire sermon with basic Christian doctrine. He uses dogma as a precursor to praxis.“ Hebrews