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Author:
Adam Hamilton
ISBN13:
978-1426767333
ISBN:
1426767331
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Publisher:
Abingdon Press (January 1, 2013)
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Bible Study & Reference
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1513 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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843

Audio CD, Audiobook, C. Adam Hamilton is an author who is knowledgable and writes with clarity

Audio CD, Audiobook, CD. "Please retry". Adam Hamilton has written a book about his travels to the places described in the four gospels in an attempt to put the life of Jesus Christ in a fresh perspective. Adam Hamilton is an author who is knowledgable and writes with clarity. As he follows Jesus' last journeys he reflects upon the significance of each with both a modern and biblical perspective. His down to earth approach and insights shed light on Jesus' mission to Jerusalem: his final days before the crucifixion.

Travel with Adam Hamilton as he retraces the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. Once again, Hamilton approaches his subject matter with thoughtfulness and wisdom, just as he did with Jesus' crucifixion in 24 Hours That Changed the World and with Jesus' birth in The Journey. Listen to The Way on your own or, for a more in-depth study, enjoy it with a small group or part of a 40-day church-wide emphasis during Lent and Easter or anytime of the year

Adam Hamilton has written a book about his travels to the places described in the four gospels in an attempt to put the . Mr. Hamilton does a thoroughly excellent job of explaining how and why we should be walking in the footsteps of Jesus

Adam Hamilton has written a book about his travels to the places described in the four gospels in an attempt to put the life of Jesus Christ in a fresh perspective. Hamilton does a thoroughly excellent job of explaining how and why we should be walking in the footsteps of Jesus. This is a life-changing book for me, presented so forthright and clear with honest answers and real explanations.

Travel with Adam Hamilton as he retraces the life and ministry of Jesus Christ

Travel with Adam Hamilton as he retraces the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. Once again, Hamilton approaches his subject matter with thoughtfulness and wisdom, just as he did with Jesus’ crucifixion in 24 Hours That Changed the World and with Jesus’ birth in The Journey. Using historical information, archaeological data, and stories of the faith, Hamilton follows in the footsteps of Jesus from his baptism to the temptations to the heart of his ministry, including the people he loved, the parables he taught, the enemies he made, and the healing he brought.

Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus. In this book, Adam Hamilton guides us through the last 24 hours of Jesus' life. Each chapter is designed to help the listener experience and understand the significance of Jesus' suffering and death in a way you have never done before. Narrated by: Ben Holland.

Adam Hamilton, senior pastor of The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas, was born on July 12, 1964. He grew up in the Kansas City area and graduated from Blue Valley High School. He completed his BA at Oral Roberts University and graduate school at Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University. Hamilton delivered the sermon at the Inaugural Prayer Service held at the National Cathedral in Washington, . following the second inauguration of President Barack Obama. He has written many books explaining questions of faith in a down-to-earth fashion. No commitment, cancel anytime.

The Way: Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus" by Adam Hamilton. Through this book, the Sunday Study Group is retracing the life & ministry of Jesus Christ

The Way: Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus" by Adam Hamilton. Through this book, the Sunday Study Group is retracing the life & ministry of Jesus Christ. Sounds like something that might align with what our Lenten study is focusing on! Travel with Adam Hamilton as he retraces the life and ministry of Jesus Christ.

Imagine following Jesus along the road, listening in on his conversations, and gleaning from the . How did you like the book?

Imagine following Jesus along the road, listening in on his conversations, and gleaning from the lessons he taught in the holy places he traveled. Join author Wayne Stiles as he walks in the steps of Jesus: through Bethlehem, Samaria, Jerusalem, Nazareth, Galilee, and beyond. Give a Bookmate subscription →. About Bookmate.

Hi, my name is adam hamilton and I'm the author of the way walking in the footsteps of jesus and in this book, my intention is to take readers to the holy land to explore the life and Ministry of jesus

Hi, my name is adam hamilton and I'm the author of the way walking in the footsteps of jesus and in this book, my intention is to take readers to the holy land to explore the life and Ministry of jesus. and what they met but we move from there to compare them G Hometown for the three years of public Ministry and will remember is healing Ministry from there. We go to the mountains where jesus walked where he prayed all night and and where he gave his most famous sermon. We return to the Sea of galilee and Sea of galilee I'll.

Travel with Adam Hamilton as he retraces the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. Once again, Hamilton approaches his subject matter with thoughtfulness and wisdom, just as he did with Jesus’ crucifixion in 24 Hours That Changed the World and with Jesus’ birth in The Journey. Using historical information, archaeological data, and stories of the faith, Hamilton follows in the footsteps of Jesus from his baptism to the temptations to the heart of his ministry, including the people he loved, the parables he taught, the enemies he made, and the healing he brought. Enter Jerusalem, where Jesus was arrested and crucified. Epilogue: Continue the journey with Jesus’ death and Resurrection. Lent, Lenten, Lenten Resource, Lenten Resources, Lent Study, Lent Studies, Easter, Easter Study, Easter Studies
  • Adam Hamilton has written a book about his travels to the places described in the four gospels in an attempt to put the life of Jesus Christ in a fresh perspective. He is successful. This book has six chapters that are based on the geography of Israel: (1) the Jordan River and the wilderness, where Jesus was baptized and tempted, (2) Capernaum, where Jesus healed, (3) the mountains, from which Jesus proclaimed the kingdom, (4) the Sea of Galilee, where Jesus calmed the storm, (5) Samaria, where Jesus associated with sinners and outcasts, and (6) Jerusalem, where Jesus experienced his final week culminating with his crucifixion and resurrection.

    Each chapter summarizes a part of Jesus’ ministry in a thought-provoking way, and the author inserts many photographs, facts, anecdotes and insightful analyses that help link the modern Israel to the Israel of Jesus’ time. If I had to pick the most meaningful chapter, I would pick the last chapter. The author emphasizes the importance of Holy Week by pointing out that the four Gospels devote between 20% (Luke) and 47% (John) to this week.

    Like many, if not all, Christians, I experience some doubt, and this chapter deals with our questions in a helpful way. Particularly intriguing is the author’s discussion with a Jewish tour guide. This tour guide loved the teachings of Jesus and everything else about Him, but was not a Christian because he could not believe in the Resurrection. The author writes that he encouraged the tour guide to continue to ponder the Resurrection’s meaning. This is a good response, but incomplete. Mr. Hamilton probably should have told his guide that Jesus claimed to be the Son of God who would be killed and resurrected (John 2:19, Matthew 16:21 and other scriptures), so embracing the teachings of Jesus inexorably leads to accepting the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

    It is useful to experience the video that is associated with this book. Watching the video and seeing the author show where much of the Gospel takes place, from baptism in the Jordan River to burial at the site of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, makes the events more vivid and stimulates a desire to see these sites myself. It is also helpful to encounter this material and wrestle with questions with a group, and I am thankful that I had the opportunity to do that with my church this past Lenten Season.

  • I read this as part of a study group, so I was fortunate to be able to see the video as well. I also read the devotional during the same time. I had previously read 24 Hours That Changed the World and loved it, so I was excited to read this. Both books are excellent reading for the Lent season, making you really consider the story of Jesus's ministry and final week. Hamilton has a very easy writing style,and never claims to know it all. He certainly can get you thinking. Isn't that the point of Lent? I appreciated the history of the time, the geology lesson so to speak that Hamilton used to clarify Jesus's ministry. It was interesting to read about the topography, customs, etc. The only reason I give this 4 instead of 5 stars is because it did not strike me as powerfully as 24 Hours did. Happy to have it though to alternate each year as my Lenten study.

  • Our church is using this book for a Lenten class lasting five weeks. It's only in its second week, but it was hard to put it down until finished. It is enhanced by the videos that accompany the book; Rev. Hamilton visits the locations in Israel where Jesus carried out his ministry. I really like Rev. Hamilton's writing style and how he adds interesting facts to Jesus' story that have not been part of what I've known previously about his life, death, and resurrection.

  • Hamilton writes, in such a way, to invite you into the Gospel. He provides current examples of living through Christ's love and mercy. While the book is written for small group study, it can be read individually. I have been challenged and I have grown in my relationship with Christ because of this book. The best part of the book is the way it is written to be read and considered in small doses. The companion devotional book provides daily study and engagement with the word.

  • After having been the Israel/Palestine, I was trying to organize the experience so it would have the greatest impact on me and others with whom I spoke about my trip. This book helped me organize my experience in relationship to the ministry of Christ. It helped me better reflect on my travel experiences to better use them for spiritual growth and for teaching others. The only thing I would have done differently is to read it before I went, take it with me for reference and again check it once I returned and trying to organize my experiences. I haven't seen the DVD, but look forward to viewing that at some point also. At a future date, I'll probably use this book, along with my experiences in the Holy Land to lead a Bible Study.

  • Adam Hamilton is an enjoyable author and I looked forward to reading another of his books. For someone searching or new to faith it would be an excellent read, however I was looking for some deeper insights that I had not previously considered. Still a very good read.

  • Hamilton shares some interesting thoughts on Jesus' life from a pastor's and a pilgrim's perspective. He relates Jesus' story to our story through personal anecdotes and insights from the Holy Land. Watching the videos that accompany this book will enhance the reading experience.

  • Adam Hamilton is an author who is knowledgable and writes with clarity. As he follows Jesus' last journeys he reflects upon the significance of each with both a modern and biblical perspective. His down to earth approach and insights shed light on Jesus' mission to Jerusalem: his final days before the crucifixion. There is also a DVD that complements this book wherein Hamilton takes the viewer and reader on a tour of the actual places in the Holy Land. Reading the book and watching the DVD particularly during the Lenten season is an enlightening way to prepare for Easter.