In this vibrant and radical book, Noel Moules offers a compelling vision of identity, community, life and faith from a Jesus perspective. By sketching a bold and colourful manifesto that teems with graciously passionate provocation, the author explores creativity, wisdom, spiritual growth, truth, ecology, values, justice, faith-dialogue and activism, all wrapped in the thrilling encompassing vision of shalom. Presenting a rooted and rugged spirituality that is accessible to all readers, this book asks big questions and dares to offer answers that pulsate with beauty, energy and grace. It is a humble invitation to join a thrilling conversation and to continue to explore together on the journey into the wonderful mystery of life. I predict that this book will become an essential handbook for spiritual renewal and transformative action ab Noel gives us hope just when we need it most. Stuart Masters a Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre UK Work for peace, Noel tells us, is about getting our hands dirty, paying a price, changing the world in the here and now. Pat Gaffney a General Secretary of Pax Christi UK, Nobel Peace Prize nominee 2005... Job/Text/Articles/NewellJobRepWTJ.pdfagt;awhichchallengesthe usualtranslationofJob42. ... The phrase a#39;I form lightand create darknessa#39; clearly refers tothe Zoroastrian belief in Ahura Mazda, a#39;thegod oflight (goodness)a#39;, andAhriman/ ... 20 See the interesting background in Os Guinness, Doubt, Lion Publishing, 1987, pp.
|Title||:||Fingerprints of Fire, Footprints of Peace|
|Publisher||:||John Hunt Publishing - 2012-09-28|