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Faith Library Publications The Threefold Nature Of Man

This book is the result of years of studying the threefold nature of man. When he began to study the subject, he encountered a great deal of confusion. After much prayer and Bible study, he learned that man is a spirit who possesses a soul and lives in a body. He elaborates on the threefold nature of man in this book.
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Review 1 for The Threefold Nature Of Man
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Understanding Our Make-up

Date:April 3, 2014
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Willy
Location:Ohio
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Like so many of Kenneth E. Hagin's books and booklets, Kenneth takes complex theological concepts and boils them down to a simpler form that anyone can understand. This book helps us more fully understand: the born-again experience as well as the issues of life and death.
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Review 2 for The Threefold Nature Of Man
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Date:May 8, 2010
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Trenton Battle
As a Christian needing to understand the fundamentals of man's 3-fold nature in order establish a foundation in which to build upon it a spiritual building that has been sanctified Christ's Blood, Fire and Water, this book fails to provide those precious nuggets of wisdom, understanding and knowledge. It seems to be an effort to redefine a more inspired book of the same title written first by Rev. B. R. Hicks. The sin issue is not fully address, thus, leaving the 3-fold nature still in its depraved state of existence. The greater issue not addressed is that of the human will that is allegorically portray by Rev. B. R. Hicks as the axle-shaft that turns the wheel of man's nature. It is the source of all man's corruption, and left in its perverted degenerate state, keeps the entire 3-fold nature in a corrupt condition. Rev. Hagen's book fail to address the sin issue and God's remedy for it.
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Review 3 for The Threefold Nature Of Man
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Date:September 30, 2009
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Rev. Tim Morbitzer
Provides an excellant primer on understanding man and his relation to being spirit, soul and body. Will help the reader better understand himself/herself and grow spiritually. great book.
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Date:March 10, 2009
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Orlena Purdom
Tsk Tsk Rev. Hagen, even using the same title of the book. Tsk, Tsk. Thankfully, Rev. B.R.Hicks, now 91, has rewritten this powerful book. It now is in 3 volumes.
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Review 5 for The Threefold Nature Of Man
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Date:May 31, 2008
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Ed Dennis
In a way, this book wasn't what I'd expected it to be! Many yrs ago, I'd read a book of the same name, written by a Rev. B.R. Hicks..That book told me pretty much about all that's in the human heart, corruption and all, and how to deal with it all! Jeremiah 17:9 tells alot..Also, the Bible tells us that out of the heart, proceeds evil thoughts, adultries, fornications, etc..These things defile the man!Unfortunately, I haven't had the one by B.R. Hicks in many yrs.God Bless,Ed Dennis
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Review 6 for The Threefold Nature Of Man
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Date:April 11, 2008
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SG
its a small book but very informative. I fully understood the composition of the human being after reading this book. My goal is to grow spiritually as much as I can and that book as one of the laying blocks.
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