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Cornelius Plantinga: Engaging God’s World

I found the chapter on Redemption inspiring and gratifying. The risen Jesus is the reason for everything we do as a church and as a member of the body of Christ. Finally, Plantinga develops how we are to live as people called out of the world yet ever in the world.

I am so glad that we have men like Cornelius Plantinga that write such wonderful words, beautiful words that unite man and the creator in a majestic organized structure where commandment, commandee and commander morph into one anointed being overflowing with living water that is sufficient to change the world in a lifetime. This is a short book, and easy to read, but one that will make you pause and think and rejoice as you contemplate the great truths of our faith.

Reviewed by H. Murray Hohns

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Category: Fall 2005, Living the Faith, Pneuma Review

About the Author: H. Murray Hohns went home to be with Jesus on November 28, 2012. He was on staff at the largest church in Hawaii and served on his denomination's investment committee from 1999 until his death. Hohns held two degrees in Civil Engineering, an MA in Theology from Fuller Seminary, and served as an instructor at Foursquare's New Hope Christian College (formerly Pacific Rim Christian College) in Honolulu. He wrote six engineering books and hundreds of articles in every type of newspaper, magazine and journal.

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