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A Kingdom Divided: Healing God's Family
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$18.95 A Kingdom Divided
Tape set Formerly Known as "Reunited: Sibling Rivalry in Salvation History" now in MP3
Why does God the Father allow so much division in His family, the Church? What does He plan to do about it? Isn't it up to God what happens to His family? What does the Bible say about overcoming the divisions in the Church?
In the digitally re-mastered MP3 presentation, A Kingdom Divided: Healing God's Family, Scott Hahn takes on this issue with timely and timeless Scriptural insights. Demonstrating that the "New is concealed in the Old and the Old revealed in the New," Scott Hahn examines the typological relationship between the Testaments to find help and healing for today, revealing God's fatherly design in the ancient texts of the Bible.
Pride Goes Before a Fall
In the first presentation of this remarkable series, Dr. Hahn shows what happens in the economy of salvation when God's people just don't get it. How pride inevitably creeps in, followed by worldliness and corruption that touches every part of the family of God-even the leaders appointed and anointed by God. You'll learn that corrupt leaders beget disobedient followers and how that leads to deeper divisions and even open rebellion.
Tape two "Ecumenical Reunion In ancient Israel" offers help for today by showing how God the Father overcame the "family feud" that split Israel for nearly a thousand years. Focusing on Old Testament prophets like Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Hosea and Amos, Scott Hahn explains God's plan to reunite all Israel by uniting Judah and the gentile descendents of the "Lost Tribes" in the Catholic Church!
The Right "Type" of Exegesis
Again utilizing the principles of typology, Hahn uncovers what the Old Testament reveals about Christian divisions today, especially those between Catholics and Protestants! You'll discover how the Kingdom of David was to be a source of unity not only for the Jews but the Gentiles as well, and how this was only a shadow of the unity that God intended to bring to His people through the foundation of the Catholic Church on St. Peter. Ever since the reformation, biblical scholars have compared the parallels between the divisions of Catholics and Protestants with the Jews and Samaritans. In tape three, "Family Feuds: Ancient and Modern," Dr. Hahn connects the dots to make the connections that expose how victory over these divisions can only come through the Eucharist.
Throughout this eye-opening presentation, the focus is on the Bible and understanding the relationship between the Bible and "Salvation History." Scott Hahn provides a fresh perspective on this relationship through many keen observations on the nature of God and significant events that shed much-needed light on the reunification of the children of God.
Scriptural Survival Guide
In the final presentation of A Kingdom Divided:Healing God's Family, you'll discover how understanding isn't enough to experience true family reunion in the body of Christ. "The Father's Embrace" by Kimberly Hahn weighs in with practical steps that we all can take to better experience God's transforming love.
A Kingdom Divided: Healing God's Family offers ecumenical answers and Scriptural solutions at a time in Salvation History when divisions among Christians - even among Catholics - are threatening the very survival of the Church in America. Order today and tap into the Scriptural Survival Guide to understanding the divine plan for healing the family of God. *Formerly released under the title: "Reunited: Sibling Rivalry in Salvation History"
In This Series You?ll Learn:
- What constitutes the "heart and soul" of the Bible
- What makes up the psychological impediments to receiving God's love
- Why the Old Testament can only be understood in light of the Trinity
- How the Bible provides God's perfect model for Ecumenism
- Why you can't comprehend what God does, until you understand who God is
- Why the kingdom of David is a type of the Church
- How to respond to the many divisions among Christians
- How the split of the Kingdom of Israel parallels the split between Catholics and Protestants
- When God will restore unity to His Kingdom
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