Book five of Eugene Peterson's landmark SPIRITUAL THEOLOGY series:
foundational reading for the twenty-first-century church.
Continuing Peterson's evaluation of contemporary Christian
spirituality, PRACTISE RESURRECTION is a study of the book of
Ephesians. It is often thought to be Paul's most difficult letter,
but has been for over thirty years Peterson's text for his identity
as a pastor. Peterson points out that although Christians emphasise
the importance of new birth, growth is equally important. This book
is a conversation on spiritual formation and what it means to
become a mature Christian. As with the first four books in this
series, PRACTISE RESURRECTION is written for both lay and academic
audiences. Challenging but deeply rewarding, it combines
scholarship with the human experience and lightness of touch for
which Peterson is known. Also available in the Spiritual Theology
series: Christ Plays in Ten Thousand Places, Eat This Book, The
Jesus Way and The Word Made Flesh.
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