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Spirituality in Adversity (Studies In Evangelical History & Thought Series)

Raymond Brown
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The unique feature of this scholarly and very readable work is that it examines the way those persecuted responded to hardship: their faith, their worship, their perseverance. With marvellous warmth Raymond Brown shows us the spirituality of these men and women- spirituality centred on Jesus Christ and the Father's love, even in such times.

'Brown dives into the writings of those persecuted and demonstrates the rich theology that could only be written with such depth by those who lived in suffering and found God faithful and satisfying. I highly recommend this book to scholars as well as common sufferers looking for solace in God.'
Larry Siekawitch, pastor and author of Balancing Head and Heart in Seventeenth Century Puritanism (Paternoster, 2012)

'At a time when Evangelicals interested in the study of spirituality often overlook the immense resources of their own antecedents, I hope that this book will help to redress the balance.'
Timothy Grass, church historian, author and associate editor for the Ecclesiastical History Society

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The unique feature of this scholarly and very readable work is that it examines the way those persecuted responded to hardship: their faith, their worship, their perseverance. With marvellous warmth Raymond Brown shows us the spirituality of these men and women- spirituality centred on Jesus Christ and the Father's love, even in such times.

'Brown dives into the writings of those persecuted and demonstrates the rich theology that could only be written with such depth by those who lived in suffering and found God faithful and satisfying. I highly recommend this book to scholars as well as common sufferers looking for solace in God.'
Larry Siekawitch, pastor and author of Balancing Head and Heart in Seventeenth Century Puritanism (Paternoster, 2012)

'At a time when Evangelicals interested in the study of spirituality often overlook the immense resources of their own antecedents, I hope that this book will help to redress the balance.'
Timothy Grass, church historian, author and associate editor for the Ecclesiastical History Society

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  • Catalogue Code 420123
  • Product Code 9781780782164
  • ISBN 1780782160
  • EAN 9781780782164
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Paternoster Press
  • Publication Date Jul 2014
  • Sales Rank #87771
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No

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