God of Word (Brief Books (Matthias) Series)
Former Principal of Moore Theological College, John Woodhouse, explains how God reveals himself and how he works in our lives through both his word and his Spirit together. Our quiet, unspoken fear is that the broad stereotype is actually too...
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Former Principal of Moore Theological College, John Woodhouse, explains how God reveals himself and how he works in our lives through both his word and his Spirit together.
Our quiet, unspoken fear is that the broad stereotype is actually too often true: that the life of an evangelical is dry and lifeless, caught up in intellectual study of the text of Scripture and missing out on the joy and vitality that comes from being connected to the power of the Holy Spirit that many other Christians seem so overtly to experience.
But how does God reveal himself to us today? Does he speak in ways other than the Bible? What is the connection between his Word and his Spirit? And where do my emotions fit in?
In this Brief Book, John Woodhouse helps us think through these important and confronting concerns.
- Short and accessible.
- Helps bring biblical perspective to some contentious issues surrounding how God speaks today.
- Challenges readers to respond with heart and mind to God's word.
- Correcting common misunderstandings about how God speaks to us.
- Understanding the role of the Holy Spirit.
Rev Dr John Woodouse, PhD., (Victoria University of Manchester) is the Principal, Moore College, Sydney, an Evangelical Anglican Theological College. Dr Woodhouse is an Old Testament specialist who has taught course such as The book of Joshua: expounding Old Testament Narrative and Preaching the books of Samuel as Christian Scripture, he is also actively involved in the Synod of the Anglican Diocese of Sydney. He has written numerous articles including Joshua, in New Geneva Study Bible. Edited by R.C. Sproul, B. Waltke, M. Silva. An is preparing 1 & 2 Samuel. An expository commentary in the Preach the Word series, and Christ in the Psalms. An introduction to the Christological understanding of the Psalms.