9780898706192-089870619X-Authenticity: A Biblical Theology of Discernment

Authenticity: A Biblical Theology of Discernment

ISBN-13: 9780898706192
ISBN-10: 089870619X
Edition: First
Author: Dubay, Thomas
Publication date: 1997
Publisher: Ignatius Press
Format: Paperback 279 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780898706192
ISBN-10: 089870619X
Edition: First
Author: Dubay, Thomas
Publication date: 1997
Publisher: Ignatius Press
Format: Paperback 279 pages

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Acknowledged authors Dubay, Thomas wrote Authenticity: A Biblical Theology of Discernment comprising 279 pages back in 1997. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 089870619X and 9780898706192. Since then Authenticity: A Biblical Theology of Discernment textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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Most people assume that the way to mend divisions and factions in our world - marriages, parishes, dioceses, religious orders - is to engage in civil discussions, attend local, regional or national meetings, draw up committee reports and recommendations. To a point this may help, but sad experience makes clear that these approaches alone never heal the polarization problems which plague our civil and ecclesial life.

The Biblical therapy is radically different - and it achieves results. This book explores the divine strategy in detail. Research discovers in Scripture 40 or 50 themes that bear on discovering truth and recognizing that it has been solidly found. We learn how we discern whether we are being led by the Holy Spirit or by our own unredeemed inclinations and desires, whether it is the spirit of God or the prince of darkness that is operating in our disagreements and programs. We find in these themes clear responses to key questions:

• Why are there divisions and factions in the Church?

• How are these polarizations to be healed?

• What are the sure signs that some people have truth, while others are in error?

• What are the conditions for finding and maintaining a shared vision in marriage,

parishes, dioceses, religious orders, the universal Church?

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