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by Rev. Anne Robertson

Author: Rev. Anne Robertson
Subcategory: Christian Living
Language: English
Publisher: MOREHOUSE PUBLISHING (April 1, 2009)
Pages: 147 pages
Category: Christian Books
Rating: 4.8
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God with Skin On book. God with Skin On: Finding God's Love in Human Relationships. by. Anne Robertson (Goodreads Author). You may be the only Jesus some people will ever meet! Suppose that the 2:00 am feeding of your infant daughter was not just meeting a physical need but also was teaching her that God’s provision could be trusted?

God with Skin on book. You may be the only Jesus some people ever meet! Suppose that the 2:00 am feeding of your infant daughter was not just meeting a physical need but also was teaching her that God's provision could be trusted?

Connecting theology, Bible, psychology, and life experiences, each chapter in God With Skin On has a set of questions for reflection and discussion.

Connecting theology, Bible, psychology, and life experiences, each chapter in God With Skin On has a set of questions for reflection and discussion. Use it in your small group or Sunday School class.

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Based on the Great Commandment, this book examines relationships common to us all-those of intimacy, authority

Maybe you’ve read the book or maybe you haven’t. No matter, you still have relationships This site is a place to explore the themes in the book.

Maybe you’ve read the book or maybe you haven’t. No matter, you still have relationships. Even if you’re a hermit living in a cave, by coming to this site you’ve embarked on a virtual relationship with me. So there. This site is a place to explore the themes in the book. It’s not primarily about the life and times of Jesus, although examples from his life and the lives of those in the Bible abound today. through you. It’s about how to be the Body of Christ in the world.

You may be the only Jesus some people will ever meet!

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You may be the only Jesus some people ever meet! Suppose that the 2:00 am feeding of your infant daughter was not just meeting a physical need but also was teaching her that God’s provision could be trusted? And suppose her cries for succor were also teaching you to respond to the cries of Jesus when he presents himself as “the least of these”?

Based on the Great Commandment, this book examines relationships common to us all―those of intimacy, authority, rivalry, and otherness― and shows how learning to love within those relationships affects our relationship with God.

Supported by biblical examples and references to psychological studies, this book examines all our basic relationships―family relationships, relationships with authority figures, friends and enemies, companion animals, even virtual relationships―to show how learning to love within those relationships is truly divine work.

In a culture where relationships are often divisive and exploitative, and where the call to love enemies often seems impractical, this book offers the reminder that every relationship provides an opportunity to love God in the other and to be “God with skin on” for that person in return.