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Nej og Ja (e-bog udgave) / No and Yes (Danish Translation — eBook Edition) - PDF ONLY


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Nej og Ja (e-bog udgave) / No and Yes (Danish Translation — eBook Edition) - PDF ONLY

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I Nej og Ja belyser Mary Baker Eddy vigtige punkter om læren i Kristen Videnskab i forhold til andre trosretninger. Hun bygger på den forudsætning, at Kristen Videnskab udelukkende er baseret på Jesus Kristus' ord og gerninger. Nogle af de temaer, hun berører og de spørgsmål, hun besvarer, omfatter ”Sygdom uvirkelig”, ”Er der en personlig guddom?”, ”Er der tilgivelse for synd?” og ”Er der ingen forbøn?”.

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In No and Yes, Mary Baker Eddy elucidates significant points about the teachings of Christian Science in relation to other faith traditions. She builds on the premise that it is founded wholly upon the words and deeds of Christ Jesus. Some of the topics she addresses and the questions she answers include, “Disease Unreal”, “Is There a Personal Deity?”, “Is Sin Forgiven?”, and “Is There no Intercessory Prayer?”.

Bilingual edition with English on facing pages.

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