Signs, Wonders, and the Kingdom of God: A Biblical Guide for the Reluctant Skeptic

Signs Wonders, and the Kingdom of God is a book for anyone who believes in God’s supernatural power but who doubts that we can experience that power personally. This new book presents a fascinating, biblical theology of the Kingdom of God. Williams describes how God works to establish his reign now and in eternity and

Signs Wonders, and the Kingdom of God is a book for anyone who believes in God’s supernatural power but who doubts that we can experience that power personally.
This new book presents a fascinating, biblical theology of the Kingdom of God. Williams describes how God works to establish his reign now and in eternity and how we can demonstrate and proclaim, as Jesus did, the supernatural power of his kingdom.
Signs, Wonders, and the Kingdom of God investigates the relationship between supernatural power and the ministry of the church today. As a community of love and faith under the reign of God, we continue Jesus’ ministry of power evangelizing the poor, casting out demons, healing the sick, and setting free the captives.



Meet the Author
Don Williams is a native Californian. He graduated from Princeton University, Princeton Theological Seminary, and holds a PhD from Columbia University. He served on the staff of the Hollywood Presbyterian Church for ten years as College Pastor and was heavily involved in the Jesus Movement in the late 1960s. He has been Adjunct Professor of New Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary and Lecturer in Religion at Claremont MacKenna College. He also Pastored the Mt. Soledad Presbyterian Church in La Jolla, CA., and planted the Coast Vineyard in La Jolla, California in 1988. He is the author of thirteen books, the latest are 12 Steps with Jesus, and Start Here: Kingdom Essentials for Christians. Both are published by Regal. He also serves on the Board of Christian Healing Ministries, led by Francis and Judith MacNutt. Don is married to Kathryn. They now live in Los Angeles, CA.

Comments

Joshua Hopping says:

God is King and we are called into his kingdom Using his life as a background, Don Williams pulls the reader into the journey he took as God broken into his life and expanded his worldview. As such in some ways, this book is more of an autobiography then an ‘true’ theology book.Granted, this is one of the true strengths of the book as theology should never be divorced from life. Instead we must walk out what we believe and allow the Lord to shape our lives through the Bible and theology (which, BTW, simply means the `study of God’). Don does this beautifully – interweaving his life story with the biblical concepts that helped shape his live and ministry.”For the Bible, God is King and we are called into his kingdom where he wants to reign directly and dynamically in our lives and extend his reign through us to this hostile, fallen world. Only when we have been established in this biblical worldview both intellectually and experimentally, will be rid of our bias against miracles. In this way we will be…

Anonymous says:

Don Williams’ book is a great look at the idea of Kingdom Theology. He presents ample evidence from Scripture to support his thesis. His idea of true discipleship in Christ really pushed me to consider ways in which I can advance the incoming Kingdom of God today. I’d encourage everyone to read his book and see what the Lord shows them through it.

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