6 edition of The taste of new wine found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Keith Miller ; foreword by Henri Nouwen.|
|LC Classifications||BV4501.2 .M483 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 128 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||92082109|
In Keith Miller published a book called, The Taste Of New Wine. It was a call for Christian renewal in the home, the office, and the church. It pleaded against the compartmentalization of the Christian faith, where the average believer was one person in church—and a totally different person at home and at . The character in the book is a stockbroker who has a lot of new money, and with it he is trying to acquire taste, culture and sophistication. There is this idea that if you know the name of the wine that you are blind-tasting, you become more clever and sophisticated in being able to talk about that particular wine.
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The Taste of New Wine offers helpful insights on studying the Bible, worship, marriage and ways to live out Jesus' teaching about the Kingdom of God in our relationships and work.
Four decades and over two million copies (and translation into 11 languages) later, this contemporary classic still offers a hopeful refreshing direction to its by: 3.
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Taste Of New Wine book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Miller's candid and honest life-changing message challenges indif /5. The Taste of New Wine is the first book published by Christian writer Keith Miller in with a foreword by Elton Trueblood.
Largely autobiographical, it describes his struggle to find a meaningful faith, and develops from it principles for renewing the Christian : Keith Miller.
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The author explores the transition from beginning commitment to a fuller and more mature Christ-centered life. The Taste of New Wine (Book) Miller's candid and honest life-changing message challenges indifference and creates an exciting sense of spiritual renewal and adventure.
With a refreshing absence of religious jargon, he points the way out of the "me-centered" quagmire of recent years and offers a pattern of integrity and openness in our relations with God and one another. The Taste of New Wine helps you take the first step on a joyful journey you won't want to miss--leaving your will at the foot of the cross over and over again, as daily you take up the cross that Jesus intended for you.
A great winemaker -- Published by User, 12 years ago What a relief to find this book is still widely available!Cited by: 3. This book was published in as The Taste of New Wine.
Soon it became a major bestseller, read by millions of people throughout the world. Soon it became a major bestseller, read by millions of people throughout the world. The Taste of New Wine has been used to breathe new life into literally millions of Christians and seekers for truth around the world.
Now you can hear the author tell it directly to you. When The Taste of New Wine was published init immediately sold more than two million copies and has never been out of print.
It has refilled the spiritual cups of literally millions of Christian seekers of truth around the world. Buy The Taste of New Wine by Keith Miller online at Alibris.
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Create # Word Books\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 wdrs. OCLC Number: Notes: "A Word paperback"--Cover. Sequel: A second touch. Description: xi, pages ; 18 cm: Contents: Out of the ferment --A new kind of honesty --A new kind of beginning --Marriage --Christian marriage --A life with prayer --Groups for strugglers --God and a business office --Sharing the new wine --What about the old wineskins.
Wherever it goes, The Taste of New Wine changes lives, challenges indifference, and creates an exciting sense of spiritual adventure. Its message is a breakthrough for honesty, integrity, and openness in our relations with God and with each other.
The Taste of New Wine presents a firsthand, revealing, and unforgettable story of spiritual awakening. “Parkinson is a new and vibrant wine writer, and her book offers a refreshingly youthful approach the perfect place to create a new generation of wine lovers.” The Good Book Guide The Science of Wine: From Vine to Glass - Jamie GoodAuthor: CWA Staff.
Jesus smiled, and they sipped the wine. The taste surprised Areli It seemed to sparkle on his tongue. It was the taste of new wine--fresh and clean and full of life. "I propose another toast to add to yours," Jesus said. A penetrating gleam lighted up His eyes.
"To your children, and their children after them." "But--" Areli began. The Taste of New Wine was listed as one of Christian Books that Changed the Century by William J.
Petersen and Randy Petersen. InKeith was made an honorary chief of the Creek Indian tribe. The Taste of New Wine presents a firsthand, revealing, and unforgettable story of spiritual awakening. It was included in the book Christian Books that Changed the Century, by William J. The Taste of New Wine offers helpful insights on studying the Bible, worship, marriage and ways to live out Jesus' teaching about the Kingdom of God in our relationships and work.
Four decades and over two million copies (and translation into 11 languages) later, this contemporary classic still offers a hopeful refreshing direction to its readers/5(78).incredibly new kind of relationship with God that Jesus offered. This ancient conversation supplied the title for Keith Miller’s classic book, The Taste of New Wine.3 Perhaps you’ve read it.
Published inthe book took American evangelicalism by storm. Miller argued that faith is not something that exists separately from the rest of ourFile Size: KB.