Core Christianity (Inti Iman Kristen): Menemukan Diri Sendiri Dalam Kisah Allah

Katalis Media & Literature - Yayasan Gloria
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Apa yang Kita Percayai dan Mengapa itu Penting Bagi Kehidupan Kita Saat Ini

Bagi sebagian besar dari kita, doktrin dan teologi itu sulit dipahami, dan kita susah sekali melihat relevansinya dalam kehidupan kita sehari-hari. Padahal teologi yang baik memberi kita sukacita dan keyakinan; belajar tentang Allah membuat kita kagum dan takjub, karena kita akan makin mengenal siapa Allah dan apa yang sudah Dia lakukan untuk kita.

Dalam buku ini, penulis, pendeta dan teolog Michael Horton menjelaskan tentang keyakinan-keyakinan dasar dan esensial yang dimiliki semua orang Kristen. Selain mengupasnya dengan cara yang mudah dimengerti, Horton juga  menunjukkan mengapa hal ini penting dalam kehidupan kita saat ini.
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MICHAEL HORTON adalah penulis lebih dari 30 buku dan penyelenggara siaran radio nasional White Horse Inn. Ia mengajar Sistematika Teologi dan Apologetika di Seminari Westminster California dan merupakan editor utama majalah Modern Reformation. Dosen dan penulis blog populer ini tinggal di Escondido, California bersama istri dan anak-anaknya.

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Katalis Media & Literature - Yayasan Gloria
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