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Fire from Ashes: The Reality of Perpetual Conversion By Joseph Honeycutt & Steve Robinson,

  • Title: Fire from Ashes: The Reality of Perpetual Conversion
  • Author: Joseph Honeycutt & Steve Robinson
  • ISBN: 9781936270972
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Paperback
  • Popular bloggers and podcasters Fr Joseph Huneycutt and Steve the Builder Robinson explore the reality of life in Christ as perpetual conversion falling and rising, falling and rising again No matter how cold the ashes of our hearts, with Christ s help we can fan them back into flame Illustrated with Steve s inimitable cartoons.
    Fire from Ashes The Reality of Perpetual Conversion Popular bloggers and podcasters Fr Joseph Huneycutt and Steve the Builder Robinson explore the reality of life in Christ as perpetual conversion falling and rising falling and rising again No matter

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    1. Fire from Ashes is a brief book less than 150 pages written by Fr Joseph Huneycutt and Steve Robinson, both podcasters or former podcasters at Ancient Faith Radio The premise of the book is the struggle and need of perpetual conversion There is no such thing as once saved always saved, and anyone who tells you otherwise is in heresy We must remember that even the righteous man falls seven times and rises again.The book begins with the story of a heroin addict named Mark who used to work for Stev [...]

    2. This book starts out light light in tone, light in text, light on the page with lots of white space As a result, I was prepared to take it lightly.So I was surprised that by the time I had finished this little volume that I had underlined sentences and marked passages on numerous pages I ended up taking the volume seriously and appreciating what the authors had to offer.In the epilogue, one of the authors quote a woman who tells him, Sometimes I think the Church is better at dealing with new sin [...]

    3. I really liked this book It is very short but full of incredibly practical insight on how we continually need to turn our hearts towards God The authors make no grand sweeping promises and they offer no quick and easy solutions to difficult problems, which makes the book far better than the usual self help fluff inherent to the genre.

    4. This is a book every American Orthodox Christian convert should read but it must be noted that this book also addresses the needs of the soul of every man So with that being said, I encourage anyone with some form of a Christianity to read this short textIt has been a long needed read for myself.

    5. Simple, direct, and approachable insights into the psychological and patristic understanding of sin, judgment and repentance and why constant struggle is necessary within the Christian life Full review to come

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