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Rhythm of Discipleship

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ISBN-13: 9780664502966
Published: 21/01/2008
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In this volume, Luther Ivory reflects on how to live the call to discipleship as an individual and as a community. He describes the significance of active listening in the invitational rhythm of call and response and clarifies the biblical mandate for individuals and the church to respond to the call to join God in the struggle against evil and to establish righteousness in the world. Ultimately, he demonstrates for readers how to live a "life of engaged piety," which links reverence for God to the act of confronting injustice. The Foundations of Christian Faith series enables readers to learn about contemporary theology in ways that are clear, enjoyable, and meaningful. It examines the doctrines of the Christian faith and stimulates readers not only to think more deeply about their faith but also to understand their faith in relationship to contemporary challenges and questions. Individuals and study groups alike will find these guides invaluable in their search for depth and integrity in their Christian faith.
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Luther D. Ivory

Luther D. Ivory is ordained as a minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). He is currently Associate Professor of Religion at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee.

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Fri 25 Sep 2020 @ 14:01

Author of She's My Dad, @the_jonathanw, spoke with @Sarcasticluther on The Confessional about redemption and the th… https://t.co/evU7VvC6FI