When No One Sees: The Importance of Character in an Age of Image
The issue of personal character is hotly debated in our newspapers and on our airwaves today. When No One Sees is perfect for the reader of any denomination or spiritual standing who is seeking insight and direction on character development and why character counts. Presenting the truth of the Bible in the context of modern society, other faiths, and 3,000 years of history, Guinness offers a compelling analysis of current culture along with profiles of historic individuals of model character. Using both classical and modern examples, he illustrates how character is built and tested, presenting practical help for bringing about change in personal character. This is the first in a series of six Trinity Forum studies which combine classical and current readings with provocative discussion questions. They have been successfully using this format for over eight years in their private leadership forums.
Specifications of When No One Sees: The Importance of Character in an Age of Image
|Author||Os Guinness, Virginia Mooney|
|Publisher||Navpress Publishing Group|
|Number Of Pages||320|
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