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Transforming the Believer

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Have you ever wondered . . .

If there is more to the Christian life than you are living?
Why today's spiritual revivals produce so little quality?
What is really the purpose and mission of the Church?
Does the truth actually matter?

"Transforming the Believer" approaches these questions and more with the end view in mind, the purposes of God. We have all heard of what is wrong, but what is right? Follow the steps God uses to make bread and to bring believers to maturity and usefulness.

Coming from an Anabaptist perspective, with its years of devotion to the concept of the Body of Christ and a dedication to the integrity of Scripture, "Transforming the Believer" teaches how to cooperate with transformation as you trust in God's will. Using an ancient process where men sow seed, gather a harvest, separate the tares from the wheat, thresh, sift, mill, add oil, and bake in the oven, the author draws the lesson where we can see how God also takes raw material and forms a son or daughter of heaven.

"Transforming the Believer" goes beyond criticism to provide an answer to the errors of the Charismatic Movement. See how sacrifice differs from obedience, and learn of the dangers of preaching a Jesus who never was a man.

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February 2002 : USA Paperback

Title: Transforming the Believer
Author(s): Jerry S Eicher
ISBN: 1-57921-394-4 / 978-1-57921-394-7 (USA edition)
Publisher: Winepress Publishing
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