Shadow of the World

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  • Published: February 2018
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 50
  • Size: 5.5x8.5
  • ISBN: 9781489715326
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Shadow of the World begins—unsurprisingly—at the beginning, turning to the Bible’s foundational story in Genesis and exploring God’s creation of light out of the dark nothingness. That biblical story provides the fundamental insight that this world’s life contains the bright lights—all the God made and pronounced “good”—and the dusty shadows—the reminders that God’s creatures persistently rebel against him.

Roger Ongeni Mahuwe, gleans the lessons one can learn from carefully observing daily life and the truths that flow from the scriptures. Shadow of the World combines these twin sources, forming a reflection on the nature of the world, human life, the presence of good and evil, and God’s continuing care for his whole creation.

This reflection chooses humanity’s long-gaping wound of race relations, including slavery and segregation, as the focus of its spotlight that washes out the world’s shadows. Shadow of the World takes the world’s brokenness seriously, but it trusts all the more in God’s light to shine with undimmed power.

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