The Mantra of Jabez: Break on Through to the Other Side #2020

The Mantra of Jabez: Break on Through to the Other Side By Douglas M. Jones III The Mantra of Jabez Break on Through to the Other Side Bruce Wilkinson s best selling book The Prayer of Jabez is so popular with Evangelicals it just had to be bad Wilkinson told us to be gimpers for God Jones shows us how to be kippers for God In this
  • Title: The Mantra of Jabez: Break on Through to the Other Side
  • Author: Douglas M. Jones III
  • ISBN: 9781885767882
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Mantra of Jabez: Break on Through to the Other Side By Douglas M. Jones III Bruce Wilkinson s best selling book, The Prayer of Jabez, is so popular with Evangelicals it just had to be bad Wilkinson told us to be gimpers for God Jones shows us how to be kippers for God In this parody the conservative Christian author allows humor to reveal the ridiculous assumptions driving the original book Each chapter of the original is turned inside ouBruce Wilkinson s best selling book, The Prayer of Jabez, is so popular with Evangelicals it just had to be bad Wilkinson told us to be gimpers for God Jones shows us how to be kippers for God In this parody the conservative Christian author allows humor to reveal the ridiculous assumptions driving the original book Each chapter of the original is turned inside out so that we can really see what s being said Though the parody is rather ruthless in its humor, it is not hopelessly cynical just for the sake of mockery It points to a constructive vision, a vision of Christianity s inherent riches of truth, beauty, and goodness that the original Jabez book passively trivializes Get this parody for the laughs get it for something greater.
    The Mantra of Jabez: Break on Through to the Other Side By Douglas M. Jones III What Is a Mantra The Chopra Center In other words, a mantra is an instrument of the mind a powerful sound or vibration that you can use to enter a deep state of meditation Like a seed planted with the intention of blossoming into a beautiful perennial, a mantra can be thought of as a seed for energizing an intention. Mantra Definition of Mantra by Merriam Webster English Language Learners Definition of mantra a sound, word, or phrase that is repeated by someone who is praying or meditating a word or phrase that is repeated often or that expresses someone s basic beliefs See the full definition for mantra in the English Language Learners Dictionary Keep Mantra Powerful Mantras and Their Sacred Meanings Mantras are sacred words that have spiritual qualities when uttered They are used to connect with the Divine and protect the mind from sources of suffering. Mantras have been used for thousands of years by many different religions and cultures around the world including Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. In Hinduism, it is believed that Krishna created the world partly out of the vibration of What is a Mantra, the Science, and How to Practice Mantra Nov , In understanding how mantra works, it can be helpful to look at its translation The word mantra is derived from two Sanskrit words manas mind and tra tool Mantra literally means a tool for the mind, and was designed to help practitioners access a higher power and their true natures.
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    1. Douglas M. Jones III

      Douglas Jones holds a B.A in Philosophy from the University of California, Irvine, and a Master of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Southern California.Former senior editor of Credenda Agenda and editor of Canon Press, he has taught philosophy at New Saint Andrews College and the University of Idaho, both in Moscow, Idaho, and Lewis Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho.Among Jones s many writing credits are three children s books, Huguenot Garden, Scottish Seas, and Dutch Color, and contributions to Back to Basics Rediscovering the Richness of the Reformed Faith, Repairing the Ruins The Classical and Christian Challenge to Modern Education, Bound Only Once The Failure of Open Theism He co authored Angels in the Architecture with Douglas Wilson.Jones s scholarship and short creative writing credits include Reading Trees, a review of Thomas Campanella s Republic of Shade New England and the American Elm, in Books and Culture A Christian Review, September October 2003 and Coverings, a poem in the Spring Summer 2004 issue of Valparaiso Poetry Review Jones contributed numerous pieces to Credenda Agenda, including the volume 14, issue 4 cover article, Just Wood, which was anthologized in Best Christian Writing 2004 He has also written several short plays, including University Cafe, which was selected as a finalist for the 2005 Theatre Publicus Prize for Dramatic Literature.

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    1. I heard the author of the original work, herein parodied, and his appeals although for a good cause drove me bonkers So I came home, and read this through The word catharsis comes to mind As the Greeks would say, kudos to Doug Jones to making something really silly into something worth a few minutes of the day.



    2. A great, albeit snarky, parody of The Prayer of Jabez which highlights the superficiality and even Gnosticism of that book with correctives contained within the satire.




    3. Probably would have enjoyed this if I hadn t read the real version first and thought that it was okay.Chapter 1 Little Mantra, Giant Score10 key is that Jabez was honorable than his brothers11 it takes time to cultivate honorChapter 2 So Why Not Twist It 20 are God s blessings always immaterial 21 is the afterlife about you, or about extending the kingdom throughout the earth and glorifying God Chapter 3 Living Extra Large for God24 the text is about actual territory, not spiritual opportuniti [...]


    4. Hilarity parody abounds My favorite chapter is Touched by Immaturity While laugh out loud at times, Jones creatively teaches us, yes satirically and without mercy, but effectively raising issues we want to teach in the church Do you want to be a kipper for God





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