Echoes from Eden
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: August 02, 2010
Number of Pages: 136
Weight: 0.41 lb
Dimensions: 8.25 × 5.25 (inches)
In Echoes from Eden, A.W. Tozer traces the moral history of humankind, from the fall in the Garden of Eden to the final judgment before the throne of God. Tozer examines the moral compass that each man finds deep within his soul, whether he realizes it or not, and shows the ways in which men have used it throughout history to seek the mercy of God, or to ignore it, condemning them to a Christ-less eternity. In Echoes from Eden, A.W. Tozer challenges the reader to peer into his soul and seek the image of God; that distant reason that God chooses to love us. Where Christ leads, we go... Tozer declares, offering a simplified account of the Christian s decision of commitment in this world of the flesh. The history of mankind is one that is soiled from the beginning. Humanity is fallen, but nevertheless endowed with a deep spiritual knowledge of his own sinfulness. This knowledge, Tozer says, is the basis of the universal truth of Christ s saving grace. The story of salvation fits logically with the reason and facts of the universe. When your sins are forgiven, Tozer says, you will know it! What a treasured read of the great master of the English language who could give us sermons and writings that were so prophetic and dear to each believer\'s needs and heart in the course of our Christian walk. The Author: A.W. Tozer (1897-1963) was a self-taught theologian, a pastor, writer and editor of the Alliance Life, later known as the Alliance Weekly. He later received two honorary doctorates and pastored several churches. He was the pastor at Southside Alliance in Chicago for thirty-one years. He is the author of the spiritual classic The Pursuit of God and its prequel God\'s Pursuit of Man.