Comprometidos con Dios: la promesa y la fuerza by Scott Hahn · Comprometidos con Dios: la promesa y la fuerza de los sacramentos. by Scott Hahn. Comprometidos con dios Committed to God Scott Hahn En este libro, Scott Hahn expone la importancia de los siete Sacramentos establecidos por Cristo. Libros de Segunda Mano – Religión: Comprometidos con dios. la promesa y la fuerza de los sacramentos. scott hahn (libro nuevo). Compra, venta y subastas.
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Comprometidos con Dios: La promesa y la fuerza de los sacramentos
Return to Book Page. Preview — The Creed by Hhn Hahn. Why were the early Christians willing to die to protect a single iota of the creed? Why have the Judeans, Romans, and Persians—among others—seen the Christian creed as a threat to the established social order?
Professing the Faith Through the Ages, bestselling author Dr. Scott Hahn recovers and conveys the creed s revolutionary character.
Tracing the developme Why were the early Christians willing to die to protect a single iota of the creed? Tracing the development of the first formulations of faith in the early Church through later ecumenical councils, The Creed tells the story of how the very profession of our belief in Christ fashions us for heavenly life as we live out our earthly days. Hardcoverpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Jun 14, Sarah marked it as to-read Shelves: I recieved this in a giveaway by the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology. Feb 07, Taryn rated it liked it Shelves: It is certainly worth your time, but I had hoped it would have gotten a coj more detailed about the heresies that prompted the writing of these Creeds.
Hahn only touches on Arianism and the various men involved in the councils and instead reflects on the spiritual importance of the creed.
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Eusebius not the historianthe main political force behind the popularity Arius, is not mentioned at all. Aug 05, Patrick rated it it was amazing Shelves: Much to my begrudging admiration, Scott Hahn in this book indulged his penchant for bad puns as chapter titles as witness groan-inducing examples like “The Need for Creed” and “Son Worship”. Beyond that aggravation, however, The Creed is an informative gem written in a heartfelt way that should appeal to all Christians.
Hahn does a great job of showing how the creed by which he means fomprometidos the Niceno-Constantinopolitan Creed, better known as “The Nicene Creed” shapes both belief and believe Much to my begrudging admiration, Scott Hahn in this book indulged his penchant for bad puns as chapter titles as witness groan-inducing examples like “The Need for Creed” and “Son Worship”. Hahn does a great job of showing how the creed by which he means mostly the Niceno-Constantinopolitan Creed, better known as “The Nicene Creed” shapes both belief and believers.
A lot of what Hahn dos is a romp through early Church history. Along the way he explains where the expression “not one iota” came from, and how different parts of the creed are safeguards against various heresies.
It’s grand stuff, presented well. His meditation on “salvation for ” as a complement to “salvation from” is especially memorable, as is his one ringing bumper-stickerism: And if we don’t get him right, we don’t get anything right.
Jun 07, Nicola Mansfield rated it liked it. Scott Hahn is my favourite living Catholic author but I was disappointed in this book. Hahn usually has a way of imparting the truth in djos simple but profound ways that I always get “aha” moments and highlight frequently through his books. Dcott didn’t really find it uplifting in any real manner. The final chapter that sums everything up was more of what I expected from Hahn.
The rest of the book was interesting; an historical account of creeds starting with Old Testament Scott Hahn is my favourite living Catholic author but I was disappointed in this book.
The rest of the book was interesting; an historical account of creeds starting with Old Testament Jewish times going to the present where denominations have turned away from the profession of faith.
It’s a bit of a dense read compared to his other books and I’d recommend it to those wanting an historical point of view in the development of the Nicene Creed, which has been with us since the 4th century. Jan 07, Ce rated it liked it. I’ve read before one from Hahn in Spanish Comprometidos con Dios – Committed with God and it was more powerful than this one. It does however teases into search more about the Creed and study what the Fathers of the Church wrote about it and review each element again in order scot remember and have again clear what are you diow in the Catholic Church.
Oct 01, Paul rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book blew me away, in the best sense of the word. Prayerful, without being saccharine, learned without being pompous, historical, with the sense of the Spirit working in history, it moved me. Hahn is very easy to read as well. In several spheres, he emphasized either what I have emphasized in my preaching or what I have always known and should have emphasized but did not: In the art This book blew me away, in the best sense of the word.
In the articles of the creed, we profess our faith in mysteries — doctrines that could never be known apart fro divine Revelation: It’s a summary that stands for everything that is taught by zcott Catholic Church A creed is a symbol of something larger–and, ultimately, of Someone we love, The hahb he described probably reach back at least to the middle of the second century, if not further.
A universal creed written by the Apostles would certainly have appealed to Hippolytus, but he comprometidod no menton of it. What he does provide sctot the first recorded instance of a fixed creed. It appears in his account of the baptismal liturgy and it is presented as a scot of questions and answers. The question ans answer format would become a standard method of scotf the faith.
Rmember that most people in the average congregation would have had little or no ability to read; The interrogator form was proper to Baptism for another, perhaps more important reason. Tertullian had already applied the term to the Christian rites of initiation.
I have emphasized that God is personal but have never tied this belief in with the first line of the Creed. It is comptometidos must be confessed for one’s faith to be authentic. There, in a word, is the Christian revolution.
The pattern begun in the Gospels is continued in the Epistles. Paul compromefidos begins his letters to compromdtidos churches: He is not saying that God is somehow “like” cob Father. On the contrary, he holds that God is eternally Father because the Word is his eternal Son The doctrine that was scandalous to pagans, Jews, gnostics, and Arians is the doctrine with which the Church has hahb launched its creeds: This is not the place.
The Holy See, in any event, has given the Eastern Churches in communion with Rome permission to drop the phrase in liturgical use.
When the p;opes pray with prelates from the Christian East, the phrase is customarily omitted. The Western Church, I believe, has conceded as much as it can, ckmprometidos the double procession is a doctrine that runs deep in tradition. Feb 05, Eric Overkamp rated it really liked it Shelves: A very good book once again by author and theologian Dr. It explores the earliest forms of the Creeds and also dioos about the various heresies during the Nicene and Nicene-Constantinpolan times, which is in turn why comorometidos Church how to form these universal beliefs on paper.
Hahn’s writing as usual makes theological thoughts and ideas very accessible for the laity. Sep 28, Karissa Meyers rated it it was amazing Shelves: This theological-historical piece wonderfully illumines the spinal parts of our creeds.
Hahn gives a great background on creeds in general, then councils, and the creed in the liturgy. The Arian heresy is highlighted and perhaps made better understood in the light of historical context. The Nicene Creed as we know it today is broken down into examines on the Father, God as Creator with emphasis against gnosticismthe Son, the Spirit, and the Church.
I thoroughly profited from this book and ap This theological-historical piece wonderfully illumines the spinal parts of our creeds. I thoroughly profited from this book and appreciate Hahn’s concise style.
There were historical, theological, and personal take-aways.
Reciting the creed at Sunday Mass will never be the same. I recommend this to those looking for deeper knowledge about the faith and to those wanting to better understand the mysteries of the Mass that we fully take part in but may easily miss the depth of–so, that should hopefully include every Catholic. This book is also a very recommendable book for non-Catholics as an introduction and study of the central beliefs of our faith. Jan 13, Erik rated it really liked it Shelves: It rare for someone to write so thoroughly and yet so simply.
Comprometivos book compromtidos the surface is a history of the Nicaean Creed hhn the Catholic Church. I want to call the book short, but that would not give justice to the detail inside. I want to call it detailed, but that would suggest a denser, less inviting read than it truly is.
I said it was a history of the Nicaean Creed, but hajn actually gives a quick history of creeds in general and in the Church, as well as the reasons for their evolution throu It rare for someone to write so thoroughly and yet so simply.