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Designed for Dignity: What God Has Made It Possible for You to Be

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You are in for a very pleasant surprise as you read Designed for Dignity, Here is a book -- written with great humility, simplicity, and honesty -- about people like you and me..., If you are one of those Christians who study 'wormology' and think that the essence of the Christian faith is your worthlessness, this book will set you free. Read it. You'll be glad.
Paperback, 196 pages
Published November 1st 2000 by P & R Publishing (first published 1993)
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Jenny
Oct 07, 2009 Jenny rated it it was amazing
This book changes our Swiss cheese view of the Old Testament to a solid piece of cheese as it moves from Adam to Jesus and through the covenants revealing how God is restoring our marred image from the fall. We are clay images of God. Clay to remind us we were created by God and are humble and yet images of God which gives us great worth. Images, replicas not God Himself to keep us humble as we are so inclined not to be. We go from a lack of humility to morbid introspection and self abating whic ...more
Brian Whited
Dec 06, 2010 Brian Whited rated it it was amazing
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Pratt writes a clear and simple book concerning the relationship between God and man. He describes what it means for a human to be created in the image of God, and what implications it produces. He also covers how sin affects humanity and our need for redemption. An excellent place to turn for an introduction to this important topic.
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Sep 12, 2008 Fransisca Sidabutar rated it really liked it
Gue rekomendasikan untuk mereka yang kepikiran mau bunuh diri, bertanya-tanya apa tujuan hidup di dunia ini, merasa hidup sia-sia, bahkan untuk mereka yang merasa hidupnya baik-baik, lancar-lancar, atau oke-oke saja. Buku ini juga wajib dibaca mahasiswa psikologi!
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Jan 08, 2011 Gerald rated it liked it
makes you think about why God made you
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Jun 23, 2009 Brett rated it really liked it
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Pretty good.
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