Heart and Soul: The Emotions of Jesus
* A passionate and poignant devotional approach to understanding Jesus * Ideal for personal meditation, group discussion, or as a gift In researching Jesus's emotional life, Episcopal priest and Day1 producer and host Peter Wallace came across a scanned copy...
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* A passionate and poignant devotional approach to understanding Jesus * Ideal for personal meditation, group discussion, or as a gift In researching Jesus's emotional life, Episcopal priest and Day1 producer and host Peter Wallace came across a scanned copy of Robert Law's book, The Emotions of Jesus, in the Internet Archive. He found it to be a brilliant jewel of a book that flashes light on the facets of Jesus's emotions and personality, brightening our understanding and appreciation of who Jesus was, how he lived, what it must have been like to be with him, and follow him. Law's centuryold text has been carefully revised for a contemporary audience, without diminishing its beauty. Wallace addresses obscure wording and gender bias and provides background information and notes in order to ensure a fresh appreciation by modern readers. The result is a new approach to understanding Jesus, the wholly human one, who embodied a range of emotions as we do, and who serves as a model for living bold, authentic, and fervent lives today as followers of the way of love. Questions for meditation or discussion are included with each chapter.
Peter Wallace is the Singapore Practice Leader for Ernst & Young's Global Financial Services Group. In his current role he provides audit and advisory services to a number of the world's most respected financial institutions. He also provides a range of corporate governance services to major Asian corporates in the areas of board and director assessment, internal audit re-engineering, risk management and director training. He has written and spoken widely on various corporate governance topics including contributing a series on corporate governance to one of the Singapore national newspapers.