Title: herein is love
Publisher: Judson Press, Forge Valley, PA
Publication Date: 1971
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
A Study of the Biblical Doctrine of Love in Its Bearing on Personality, Parenthood, Teaching, and All Other Human Relationships. Small creases along the edges. Slight wear along the edges. Slight discoloration to pages and covers. 16th printing, January 1971. Small open tear at heel of spine. Bookseller Inventory # 106413
Synopsis: ?God created man to live in relation with the world of things, with himself, and with his fellow men, and to live in these relationships in such a way that he will ? grow in his relationship with God,? writes Dr. Howe in this meaningful book. He describes the true significance of Christian fellowship and how it can come about and exist. Living responsibly by giving ourselves to one another?parent to child, child to parent, pastor to congregation, congregation to one another, church to the world?only in living out the Word of God?s love in human relationships can we experience the love of God.
Dr. Howe wrote this book at the request of the Division of Christian Education and the Division of Evangelism of the American Baptist Convention. It grew out of a series of lectures he presented at a national conference on Christian education at Green Lake, Wis., on the subject, ?Growth in the Christian Fellowship.?
It is intended that this book be used in study groups such as parent groups or parent-teacher groups. Pastors and students of the church will gain new insights from it. Moreover, any individual who is truly interested in the Christian life will find that it is addressed to him.
About the Author: L. Reuel Howe is a published author of children's books. Published credits of L. Reuel Howe include Herein is Love (A Study of the Biblical Doctrine of Love in Its Bearing on Personality, Parenthood, Teaching, and All Other Human Relationships).
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