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And she was a Christian - Why Believers Commit Suicide, by Peter Preus
And She was a Christia n, by Peter Preus
How can Christians, who by definition rest their eternal hope in Christ, seem to give up hope and take their own lives? The author of this book--writing from a solidly scriptural, confessional Lutheran . . .


 
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How can Christians, who by definition rest their eternal hope in Christ, seem to give up hope and take their own lives? The author of this book--writing from a solidly scriptural, confessional Lutheran perspective--addresses the theological issues involved with this paradox. The result is a book that offers a helpful scriptural corrective to views of the past that often emphasized the law more than the gospel when addressing the paradox of Christians committing suicide. It is aimed at pastors and teachers of the church, as well as Christian counselors. At the same time, laypeople who have wrestled with this paradox will also reap many benefits from reading this book.
Papercover. Pages: 191. Size: 6x9 inches. Published by Northwestern Publishing House, Milwaukee, WI53226-3284
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