Yielding To Christianity

Patricia Hofer

Experiencing an invisible God.

“The mystical knowledge of the Christian is not only an obscure knowledge of the invisible God. It is also an experience of God—a personal, loving encounter with the one who has revealed himself to us and saved us, in order to make us sharers in the dialogue of the Father and the Son in the Holy Spirit. For it is surely in the Trinity of Persons that God appears to us most clearly as the… Continue reading

Studying Christianity In a nondenominational way

It was only as I started studying Christianity in a nondenominational way that I started to see the broader canvas of God’s love and purpose. Hannah Whitall Smith, who was heavily involved in a revival movement that focused on “the deepening of the Spiritual life,” writes: “In all Denominations, even where in other respects they may seem to hold widely diverging views, there have always been those who have understood and lived the life of… Continue reading

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