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              The Biblical Mandate for Caring for Creation
                 

              The Biblical Mandate for Caring for Creation (Hardback)

              By Tripp, Dick; Foreword by Moxon, David

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              Description: Dick Tripp, in this very comprehensive expression of the biblical mandate of caring for God's creation, has provided Christians with a detailed biblical approach to the growing crisis in our environment, its causes, the role of the Christian church, and the challenge... that lies before us all. Dick's work provides the biblical and spiritual motivation we need to move forward at this critical time. Readers of this well-researched and intelligently argued resource will be given an irresistible biblical vision and mandate to redeem what is being despoiled. --From the Foreword by Archbishop David Moxon About the Contributor(s): Dick Tripp (MA Cambridge) is a retired Anglican clergyman who has worked in parish ministry in the Diocese of Christchuch, New Zealand.
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              ISBN 9781498265935
              Released NZ 5 Mar 2013
              Publisher Misc - South Pacific Books
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              The Biblical Mandate for Caring for Creation
               

              The Biblical Mandate for Caring for Creation (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Tripp, Dick

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              Dick Tripp, in this very comprehensive expression of the biblical mandate of caring for Gods creation has provided Christians with a detailed biblical approach to the growing crisis in our environment, its causes, the role of the Christian church and the challenge that lies befor...e us all. Dicks work provides the biblical and spiritual motivation we need to move forward at this critical time. Readers of this wellresearched and intelligently-argued resource will be given an irresistible biblical vision and mandate to redeem what is being despoiled. Contents: The growing crisis Causes of the problem The modern environmental movement The positive and negative influence of Christianity The modern Christian emphasis on caring for creation Lessons from Genesis 1 Humans in Gods image The spoilt image and its effect on creation Gods covenant with Noah Lessons from Israel Christ and creation The church and creation The renewal of creation The new heavens and earth
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              ISBN 9780473193744
              Published NZ 6 Sep 2011
              Publisher AVERY BARTLETT LTD
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              The Hero from Nithdale Station: The remarkable true-life story of Major Charles W.H. Tripp - 'The Boss'
                

              The Hero from Nithdale Station: The remarkable true-life story of Major Charles W.H. Tripp - 'The Boss' (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Tripp, Dick

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              Be inspired by the courage of this hard-working Southland farmer who led the First Commando Fiji Guerrillas in World War II. Charlie Tripp, aka The Boss, bought Nithdale Station near Gore in 1924 and developed it into a stunning family legacy. Nithdale Genetics is now among the b...est in New Zealand. Charlie Tripp is an extraordinary hero.
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              ISBN 9780473462291
              Published NZ 19 Dec 2018
              Publisher Wild Side Publishing
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              Why Did Jesus Die?: What the Bible Says about the Cross
                

              Why Did Jesus Die?: What the Bible Says about the Cross (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Tripp, Dick; Foreword by Nicholls, Bruce J.

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              It is surprising . . . how few books on the cross have stood the test of time. During the twentieth century, James Denny's Death of Christ (1903), Leon Morris's Apostolic Preaching of the Cross (1955), and John Stott's The Cross of Christ (1986) are among the few outstanding work...s. Now in Dick Tripp's Why Did Jesus Die? we have a work of outstanding and lasting worth--an amazingly comprehensive reference to all the biblical texts that point to Christ's death, its meaning and significance for today's church. . . . Throughout, there is constant cross-reference to both Testaments, to the church's commentators throughout history, and to contemporary Christian writers. A mine of fact and interpretation to inspire the heart of any preacher and teacher of Scripture. I unreservedly commend this book to pastors as a study guide for preaching on the cross and to all who seek to live out in daily life Jesus Christ, as Saviour and Lord. Bruce Nicholls, editor of the Asia Bible Commentary Series (from the foreword) Dick Tripp combs the Scriptures to find and focus every reference to history's most momentous event. Does a more thorough analysis of the biblical data exist anywhere? I doubt it. James I. Packer, Board of Governors's Professor of Theology, Regent College, Vancouver Dick Tripp's treatment of the cross of Christ is comprehensive and readable. Students and seasoned preachers alike will find this book, and the way the material is arranged, most helpful. Derek Eaton, former Bishop of Nelson and Assistant Bishop of Cairo
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              ISBN 9781625642424
              Released NZ 28 Jan 2014
              Publisher Wipf & Stock Publishers
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              Life After Death
                

              Life After Death (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Tripp, Dick; Foreword by Eaton, Derek

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              Life After Death takes an in-depth look at the important issues surrounding death. Does it matter what we believe? Why do we avoid talking about it? Can we confidently assume there is life after death? This book presents the Christian view of death and what lies beyond. It doesn'...t avoid the difficult questions of judgment and the possibility of missing out on all that God has planned for his people. However, for those who are searching for a real relationship with the living God, Life After Death presents a glorious message of hope and certainty. You don't have to go through life with any doubt about the future. On the contrary, if you are willing to accept all that God offers, on his terms, you will be able to look forward to an endless future in which you will experience all that God, in his infinite love and wisdom, has planned for you. You will also find a hope that will transform your goals, values, and understanding of every part of this present life.
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              ISBN 9781625642431
              Released NZ 13 Jan 2015
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              Life After Death: Christianity's Hope and Challenge
               

              Life After Death: Christianity's Hope and Challenge (EPUB ebook)

              By Tripp, Dick

              Life After Death takes an in-depth look at the important issues surrounding death. Does it matter what we believe? Why do we avoid talking about it? Can we confidently assume there is life after death? This book presents the Christian view of death and what lies beyond. It doesn'...t avoid the difficult questions of judgment and the possibility of missing out on all that God has planned for his people. However, for those who are searching for a real relationship with the living God, Life After Death presents a glorious message of hope and certainty. You don't have to go through life with any doubt about the future. On the contrary, if you are willing to accept all that God offers, on his terms, you will be able to look forward to an endless future in which you will experience all that God, in his infinite love and wisdom, has planned for you. You will also find a hope that will transform your goals, values, and understanding of every part of this present life.
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              ISBN 9781630877569
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              Released NZ 13 Jan 2015
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              The Biblical Mandate for Caring for Creation
                

              The Biblical Mandate for Caring for Creation (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Tripp, Dick; Foreword by Moxon, David

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              Ideals and reality collide when six college friends band together to start an ice cream store, promising Better Food for a Better World, but finding a worse world than they had expected.

              ISBN 9781620327227
              Released NZ 5 Mar 2013
              Publisher Wipf & Stock Publishers
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              Series Exploring faith today
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              Why Did Jesus Die?
                

              Why Did Jesus Die? (Hardback)

              By Tripp, Dick; Foreword by Nicholls, Bruce J.

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              Description: Dick Tripp combs the Scriptures to find and focus every reference to history's most momentous event. Does a more thorough analysis of the biblical data exist anywhere? I doubt it. --Dr. James I. Packer, Board of Governors' Professor of Theology aat Regent College, Va...ncouver and an executive editor of Christianity Today. It is surprising . . . how few books on the cross have stood the test of time. During the twentieth century, James Denny's Death of Christ (1903), Leon Morris's Apostolic Preaching of the Cross (1955) and John Stott's The Cross of Christ (1986) are among the few outstanding works. Now in Dick Tripp's Why Did Jesus Die? What the Bible Says About the Cross, we have a work of outstanding and lasting worth--an amazingly comprehensive reference to all the biblical texts that point to Christ's death, its meaning and significance for today's church. In Part 1, he traces the progressive revelation of God's saving work from Genesis to Revelation. He takes us through the images of the cross in the Old Testament from the tree of life to the Passover, to the bronze serpent in the wilderness, to the Day of Atonement, to Israel's Suffering Servant in Isaiah and the Psalms. Continuing in the New Testament, Dick Tripp takes us through the centrality of the cross in the Gospels, the Acts and the New Testament Letters and Revelation. In Part 2 he relates the cross to the theme of the Trinity, the love and justice of God, to suffering and resurrection and to other religious faiths. Throughout, there is constant cross-reference to both Testaments, to the Church's commentators throughout history and to contemporary Christian writers. A mine of fact and interpretation to inspire the heart of any preacher and teacher of Scripture. --Bruce Nicholls
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              ISBN 9781498268301
              Released NZ 28 Jan 2014
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