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For many Christians, hope is an abstract notion with little or no meaning. In Christian Hope, Drew Kizer seeks to resurrect our certainty about the future by giving it a foundation in the resurrection of Jesus Christ and defining it in Biblical terms. The book is divided into three parts: an explanation of hope, a definition of hope, and a discussion of the practical effects hope has on one’s life. It’s goal is to facilitate a “living hope” in the lives of God’s people. Thirteen chapters divide the book into lessons that may be used in quarterly Bible school programs. Discussion questions follow each lesson to promote class participation.