Biblical Imagination Commentary (Michael Card) / January 01, 2013
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Watch a video of Michael Card as he performs his song “King in a Cattle Trough” from his album, Luke: A World Turned Upside Down and discusses the third book in the Biblical Imagination Series, Luke: The Gospel of Amazement.
For years Michael Card’s music has imaginatively explored the narrative power of the Word of God. In the Biblical Imagination Series, Card invites you to read his devotional commentary of the gospels as you discover the biblical text for yourself.
This product contains four (4) heartfelt devotional commentary volumes covering each of the New Testament Gospels.
Note: This product does not contain Michael Card’s music or lyrics that are contained in the product, Biblical Imagination with Music.
This module includes the following commentaries:
- Matthew: The Gospel of Identity (Commentary) – Card leads us to see the unique purpose of Matthew’s Gospel both in the lives of the early Christians and for us today. Matthew presents the process of redefinition as an exercise of the imagination, in which Jesus reshapes who we are in light of who he is.
- Mark: The Gospel of Passion (Commentary) – Knowing that Mark intended us to be filled with passion at the sight of Jesus, Card teaches us to enter each scene in the Gospel account with the eyes of faith in Mark: The Gospel of Passion.
- Luke: The Gospel of Amazement (Commentary) – Picturing Luke as historian, Gentile, doctor and slave, Luke: The Gospel of Amazement approaches Luke’s written account with questions that engage the imagination. Throughout the life and ministry of Jesus, those who met him were astonished by their encounter, from the shepherds at the nativity to the disciples at the empty tomb.
- John: The Gospel of Wisdom (Commentary) – John, the longest-surviving of the apostles, recorded in his Gospel a portrait of Jesus built on years of reflection. In John: The Gospel of Wisdom, Card shows how John fills out our picture of Jesus’ divine identity, with stories and sayings of Jesus not recorded by the other Gospel writers.
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