Quant à la Nature de l'Homme by John Allen
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Exploring the depths of human nature in the light of biblical teaching, the author carves a straight path through the tangled undergrowth of Greek Gnosticism that has infiltrated the Church today.
Startling in its simplicity, this book takes the reader to the core of the problem, clearly outlining the issues at stake and dealing with them uncompromisingly.
Are children to blame for their parents' sin? Why does man sin? Does a Christian have a dual nature? Are we born bad? Does our nature compel us to commit certain actions, whether bad or good? What is the relationship between a twentieth-century Christian and Adam? Does God see Jesus when He looks at the Church? What is the truth regarding unconditional eternal security? Can a Christian be lost?
Answering these questions and many others purely from the Bible, the author brings light and hope on this most misunderstood of all subjects ? the nature of man.
 

About John Allen

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John Allen is a wordsmith who is comfortable writing in several diverse styles. He produces precise technical documents, effective advertising copy and poetry. Allen has lived in Nashville, Salt Lake City and Sweden. He is married and has four daughters.
 
Published November 18, 2001 by iUniverse. 97 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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