Hate Evil, Love Good, & Establish Justice: Reexamining Christian Teachings on Forgiveness and Confronting Evil
'Hate Evil, Love Good, & Establish Justice: Reexamining Christian Teachings on Forgiveness and Confronting Evil' takes a deeper look at Christian teachings that may be misconstrued, taken for granted, or only understood superficially. This book seeks to understand what the Bible teaches Christians in regards to their interactions with evil. It endeavors to determine whether or not Christians are obligated to love and forgive everyone, or if certain evildoers and certain sins should not be forgiven. Do parents need to forgive the murderer of their child, or do victims of other violent crimes need forgive their attackers? Does the Bible permit Christians to hate such people? Are there limits to who you are required to forgive? Are there some people that you should not reach out to or pray for? Did Jesus forgive everyone? This book deals with how Christians are to respond to evil. It explores forgivable and unforgivable sins, and includes Bible studies on lying and rape.
- Paperback | 176 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 11.18mm | 322.05g
- 17 Nov 2010
- London, United Kingdom