Synopses & Reviews
For anyone who likes to read other people's mail, here is an intriguing batch of letters from a senior saint to a junior saint. The new believer will find invaluable help in taking those early steps of faith. Others will find a wealth of information on topics such as apologetics, science and faith, inerrancy, heart versus head faith, prayer, the changing face of evangelicalism, and trends emerging in American culture--all from a unique personal perspective.
The personal letter, when rendered with spiritual insight and graceful economy, can provide a remarkably personal and practical theological aide-memoire. And Drs. Carson and Woodbridge, a.k.a. 'Dr. Woodson, ' have provided such to young Mr. Timothy Journeyman--and all who are fortunate ought to possess Letters Along the Way. Terrific --Dr. R. Kent Hughes, Pastor, College Church, Wheaton, IL.
The spiritual pilgrimage of Tim Journeyman evidenced through his correspondence with his father's friend. Their letters contain wisdom and insight on maturing in Christ.
Written in the form of correspondence between two men over the course of 15 years, Letters Along the Way uniquely explains the growth process that should be evident in Christian life. Filled with a great deal of distilled wisdom concerning spiritual, moral, biblical, and thelogical issues, the letters offer commentary on the changing face of evangelicalism and American culture.
Mama te ama y Papa te ama.
Tu hermano te ama, y tu hermana te ama.
Tu abuela te ama, y tu abuelo te ama.
Tus tias y tus tios te aman, y tus primos te aman.
Y tus amigos te aman. Pero mas que todo...
Jesus te ama