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Reading “the Barmen Declaration of Barmen 1934” Faith living in confession
 
Masaru Asaoka
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Reading “the Barmen Declaration of Barmen 1934” Faith living in confession
Barumen Sengen o Yomu, kokuhaku ni ikiru shinko
Considering the background history of the birth of “Baarmer Theologische Erklarung”, what is the main thing we have to keep in our church? What is the message to our church in Japan? B6 Size, 216 pages ISBN978-4-264-03954-9 C0016
2018/08/10
ISBN:978-4-264-03954-9
Code.29703
Price:1620
Japanese

Reading the Heidelberg Catechism
 
Masaru Asaoka
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Reading the Heidelberg Catechism
Haideruberuku Shinkoh Mondo o Yomu
This question and answer format teaching the faith of the Reformation was first published in 1563. It is a remarkably warm-hearted and personalized confession of faith. Let's read these beautiful words and think again about our human condition, our salvation, our comfort in Christ, and respond with thanks and praise to our God and savior. Let's live as those belonging to Christ. B6 size, 400 pp.
2017/11/25
ISBN:978-4-264-03874-0
Code.2330
Price:2052
Japanese

Reading the Nicene Creed
 
Masaru Asaoka
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Reading the Nicene Creed
Nikaiya Shinjoh o Yomu
Believers in the Roman Empire were facing persecution for their faith and needed to be clear about who Jesus is to be able to confess Jesus is Lord. Leaders gathered in Nicea in 381 AD and affirmed Jesus is truly human and divine at the same time and our worthy Lord. We may suffer persecution ourselves in the future and need to also know what we believe and why so we can believe, confess and wait expectantly for Jesus' return. B6 size, 224 pp.
2016/08/25
ISBN:978-4-264-03588-6
Code.2020
Price:1620
Japanese

Reading the Barmen Declaration
 
Masaru Asaoka
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Reading the Barmen Declaration
Baruman Sengen o Yomu
Reading the Barmen Declaration Baruman Sengen o Yomu Masaru Asaoka 21 C Booklet #43. In 1934 representatives from German Lutheran, Reformed, and United churches met in the city of Barmen. They declared that giving an ultimate commitment to the state rather than God was idolatry. Christ is the only head of the Church. It expressly repudiated the claim by Nazi sympathizers that the “German prophet” Hitler and “racial consciousness” could be sources of God's revelation. The Church submits itself explicitly and radically to Holy Scripture as God's gracious Word. The statement became the basis for the minority Confessing Churches to resist the Nazi ideology in German churches. Although the stance of Japanese evangelicals is different from the neo-orthodox stance of some of the framers, what can Japanese Christians learn from this declaration? B6 size, 268 pp. ISBN 978-4-264-02915-1 \1,050
2015/08/20
ISBN:978-4-264-03406-3
Code.29701
Price:1512
Japanese

Living in Fukushima Now and in the Future
 
Keiji Kida & Masaru Asaoka
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Living in Fukushima Now and in the Future
Fukushima de Ikiteiku
More than three years after the March, 2011, nuclear disaster in Fukushima the memories of the people are fading. Now is the time to focus on the suffering of the people in Fukushima as they struggle with fear of radiation, especially the children. How do we help them move forward? Here are discussions between a pastor in the area, Kida, and Asaoka, who heads a ministry called The Hope Project for children, including those with post traumatic stress symptoms. A5 size, 96 pp.
2014/12/01
ISBN:978-4-264-03268-7
Code.29050
Price:972
Japanese

Living On Thereafter
 
Masaru Asaoka
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Living On Thereafter
Ano Hi Igo wo Ikiru
A book reflecting life after the Great East Japan Earthquake as it becomes more of the past. This book helps contemplate the progression of life and the impact of March 11 on the future. A5 size. 96 pp.
2014/03/11
ISBN:978-4-264-03196-3
Code.29000
Price:972
Japanese

Reading the Barmen Declaration
 
Masaru Asaoka
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Reading the Barmen Declaration
Baruman Sengen o Yomu
21 C Booklet #43. In 1934 representatives from German Lutheran, Reformed, and United churches met in the city of Barmen. They declared that giving an ultimate commitment to the state rather than God was idolatry. Christ is the only head of the Church. It expressly repudiated the claim by Nazi sympathizers that the “German prophet” Hitler and “racial consciousness” could be sources of God's revelation. The Church submits itself explicitly and radically to Holy Scripture as God's gracious Word. The statement became the basis for the minority Confessing Churches to resist the Nazi ideology in German churches. Although the stance of Japanese evangelicals is different from the neo-orthodox stance of some of the framers, what can Japanese Christians learn from this declaration? B6 size, 268 pp. ISBN 978-4-264-02915-1 \1,050
2011/01/20
ISBN:978-4-264-02915-1
Code.29700
CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK
Price:1080
Japanese

Mental Care in a Disaster Area
 
Masaru Asaoka, Akira Fujikake
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Mental Care in a Disaster Area
Daisaaichi to Kokoro no Kea
What can churches do to help the people after a disaster? Papers for Tokyo Christian University’s Faith and Culture Center detailing efforts to minister to the mental health and emotional needs of the victims of the March 11, 2011 East Japan earthquake/tsunami/nuclear disaster. FCC Book Series. A5 size, 80 pp.
ISBN:978-4-264-03241-0
Code.29100
Price:864
Japanese


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