In this call to listen to the God who speaks, Dr. Klaus Bockmuehl (formerly professor of theology at Regent College, Vancouver, BC) encourages the cultivation of a "listening heart" -- a day-by-day, obedient sensitivity to the voice of God. Tracing themes in divine guidance first through the Old and New Testaments, Dr. Bockmuehl then turns to the "living testimonies" of church history and a crucial doctrinal struggle rooted in the Reformation that has left its legacy in secular and religious ideology alike. Insightful and devotional, "Listening to the God Who Speaks" instructs and motivates readers for a life attentive to God's voice, liberated by a "new creativity and spontaneity that go beyond peraonsl piety to implementation of the Kingdom of God in all human affairs."
|Publisher:||Helmers & Howard Publishers|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.41(d)|