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All Things New

All Things New Heaven, Earth, and the Restoration of Everything You Love

By John Eldredge
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.38 Stars

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On 3/7 Katherine Scott Jones wrote: John Eldredge’s All Things New offered me hope in an increasingly hope-deprived landscape. It lifted my spirits and invited me to engage my heart and mind — my biblically tethered imagination — in the promise of what is to come. Why don’t we do this more readily? Why aren’t Christians talking ... Offering Hope to the Hope-deprived

Katherine Scott Jones' Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/2 Ronald wrote: For a few years now, I have been very interested in understanding what will happen in the end according to Christian theology. I am not talking primarily of various eschatological views, but of our eternal future in the end. Several authors, such as N. T. Wright, Randy Alcorn, and even Dallas Willard ... All Things New

Ronald's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/10 Gary W wrote: ALL THINGS NEWHeaven, Earth, and the Restoration of Everything You LoveBy John EldredgeWhat hope do we have? John Eldredge will show that we do have Hope . A hope in our future. God has promised us that all things will be made new. This promise is given to us in the Bible in the book of Revelations. ... There is Hope

Gary W's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/3 Beth-Anne wrote: From the publisher:This revolutionary book about our future is based on the simple idea that, according to the Bible, heaven is not our eternal home--the New Earth is. As Jesus says in the gospel of Matthew, the next chapter of our story begins with "the renewal of all things," by which he means the ... All Things New by John Eldredge

Beth-Anne's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/5 Nicole Morgan wrote: All Things New: Heaven, Earth, and the Restoration of Everything You Love by John Eldredge reminds the reader of an often forgotten, yet essential, part of Christianity - the restoration and renewal of earth. As Eldredge puts it on page 16, "the thing you are made for is the renewal of all things. God ... All Things New by John Eldredge

Nicole's Rating:

5 Stars

On 11/10 Clifton Ditmore wrote: All Things New is one of the best—if not the best, book I have reviewed this year. That's not to say that I readily believe or agree with everything he says about heaven, earth and the restoration of everything we love. But I do agree with most of it and I am studying and reasoning about all of it. ... ALL THINGS NEW---Heaven, Earth, And The Restoration Of Everything You Love

Clifton's Rating:

5 Stars

On 11/7 Melissa Fuller wrote: I was thrilled to review Daring to Hope by Katie Davis Majors.  This is Katie's 2nd book about her experiences living in Uganda and raising 13 adopted children.  Her life wasn't just filled with the good and easy time, but there were times of struggle, heartache and tragedy.  She began ... What I'm Reading

Melissa's Rating:

5 Stars

On 11/6 Sarah Geringer wrote: Some books hold the power to change your entire perspective. All Things New did that for me, and I consider it a rare and beautiful treasure I will never forget. Many books have been written about heaven, but few focus on the renewal of earth and God’s promises of rewards. I was moved to tears again ... My favorite book of 2017

Sarah's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/29 MilkDonorMama wrote: All Things New by John Eldredge explores how hope can thrive even through a variety of tragedies in life. The book focuses on Jesus' gospel about the renewal of all things. The author argues that in order to have hope, you have to have a vision for your future. There are a lot of analogies and allegories ... Book Review: All Things New

MilkDonorMama's Rating:

1 Stars

On 10/27 Mr. Geurs wrote: I first met John Eldredge through his book Wild at Heart, a book that at the time seemed to speak to me in the place where I was in life. His newest book, All Things New, feels like a response, not just to the current condition of the world, but to the condition of my heart and soul as well. I cannot ... "As we live forward from here."

Mr. Geurs' Rating:

5 Stars