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Theology in Aisle Seven: The uncommon grace of everyday spirituality

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“One of the most affecting communicators in any genre.”
-Billboard Magazine

In Theology in Aisle Seven musician and writer Carolyn introduces us to full-orbed Christian spirituality. She reflects on everything from the sobering judgment of God to what she calls “the serious business” of laughter. No matter the topic she addresses, she offers a refreshing, creative glimpse in
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Published May 17th 2012 by Christianity Today International
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Phil Gould
May 20, 2016 Phil Gould rated it really liked it
I discovered Carolyn through her music, but she is also a very gifted writer. The bite-sized nuggets in this book still gave me a lot to chew on and digest. Since I am interested in Celtic Christianity, seeing God in everyday events as Carolyn did made her writing even more special to me.
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Jul 29, 2012 Violet rated it it was amazing
Theology in Aisle Seven: The uncommon grace of everyday spirituality
by Carolyn Arends

“Words are sacred, and when they are used truthfully or beautifully — best of all — incarnationally, they cause us to consider and even experience our Creator,” writes Carolyn Arends in the Foreword to her book Theology in Aisle Seven: The Uncommon Grace of Everyday Spirituality. In this collection of essays previously published as columns in Christianity Today Arends attempts and, I would add, succeeds at doing
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C Nivens
Oct 14, 2013 C Nivens rated it really liked it
This books is full of every day life stories, great illustrations and bible verses telling of her experiences of God in her everyday life. It is a devotional (25 total), but packed with wisdom and thought provoking ideas. Her personal stories would make for great lesson illustrations. A book of great little gold nuggets!
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Jan 10, 2015 Andrea rated it it was amazing
There are so many great thoughts here with connections to real life events. It is the kind of book that I can come back to over and over again and learn something new every time.
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Mar 08, 2013 Beth Bucklin rated it it was amazing
Shelves: my-favs
This lady is a GOOD writer.
She takes the opportunity to use everyday circumstances & plan old life to discover something of God in it.
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“If the first humans had accessed eternal life in Eden, they would have remained in their brokenness forever. God chose another way—a death and resurrection way that would cost him much—because he was and is and always will be with us and for us.” 0 likes
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