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The foundation of discipleship is sound scriptural doctrineThe value of sound doctrine is often misunderstood by the modern church While it can be dry and dull when it flows from the story of Scripture it can be full of life and love This kind of doctrine steeped in Scripture is cr Theology by bon motMy favorite chapter was ch 2 summarized in this uote“The wellness movement has its share of critics though pastors and theologians are conspicuous by their absence from this particular choir They shouldn’t be for wellness has become part of the warp and woof of the American social imaginary What’s the “good news” of the wellness movement? That you can make yourself well—save yourself—by following this or that program To the extent that it has become an ideal picture that orients people’s hopes and lives and encourages self help salvation wellness has become an American idol a false gospel”This chapter alone is worth the price of the book

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Hearers and DoersItical for disciple making And it's often overlooked by modern pastorsIn Hearers and Doers Kevin Vanhoozer makes the case that pastors as pastor theologians ought to interpret Scripture theologically to articulate doctrine and help cultivate disciples scriptural doctrine is vital t Vanhoozer does a fantastic job of casting vision for making disciples by making the story of Scripture the primary story by which they view life I also really enjoyed his reminder that theology is meant to build up the body rather than just be for the academy Throughout the book it was clear that Jesus is the climax of the story and that discipleship is about being conformed to Christ

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PDF Þ BOOK Hearers and Doers FREE ë KEVIN J. VANHOOZER Þ The foundation of discipleship is sound scriptural doctrineThe value of sound doctrine is often misunderstood by the modern church While it can be dry and dull when it flows from the story of Scripture it can be full of life and love This kind of doctrine steO the life of the church and local pastor theologians should be the ones delivering it to their communitiesWith arresting prose and striking metaphors Vanhoozer addresses the most pressing problems in the modern church with one answer teach sound scriptural doctrine to make discipl This book was excellent It’s essentially 8 chapters of Vanhoozer casting vision for why doctrine and theology are central to making disciples of Jesus He doesn’t get too practical but the tracks are clear at the end of every chapter and the book shows over and over again how Jesus is central to the disciple making processMy only ualms is that the chapters are too long And I couldn’t give it to an incoming Freshman in college