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Consider These Things

Joel Belz shares his observations as he addresses Francis Schaeffer’s question: “How should we then live?” In Consider These Things, Joel attempts to remove “the ceiling” that constrains Christians and exhorts them to lift their eyes to the “wide open” atrium of the Christian household of faith. As relevant today as when they were first published, Consider These Things collects some of Joel’s columns on God’s work in a changing world.

Consider These Things

The timelessness of Belz's insights.... deeply thought-provoking... easily accessible.

Book Description: Joel Belz shares his observations as he addresses Francis Schaeffer's question: "How should we then live?" In Consider These Things, Joel attempts to remove "the ceiling" that constrains Christians and exhorts them to lift their eyes to the "wide open" atrium of the Christian household of faith. As relevant today as when they were first published, Consider These Things collects some of Joel's columns on God's work in a changing world.

Book Excerpt: "When we quit being astonished at the complexity of what God has ordered in his creation, we've missed his purpose in putting us here. His rules for us as individuals, for society at large, and for his creation are never willy-nilly. Every one of them means something."

About the Author: Joel Belz founded WORLD in 1986. He continues to write a regular column in WORLD and presents speeches across the country.

(paperback, 96 pages)   $12.95 Sale: $5.95