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What is spirituality? For some, it means nothing more than vague self-improvement pulled from the latest best-selling self-help book. For others, it refers to some generic religious practice. Shedding life-giving light on what often remains ill-defined and unclear, this book sets forth a vision of biblical spirituality—“a renewed sense of the momentousness of being alive in God’s world as God’s people are led by God’s Spirit through God’s Word unto godly, Christlike character.” With careful exegetical work and theological reflection, the contributors—pastors and scholars such as Christopher W. Morgan, Paul R. House, Nathan A. Finn, and Gregg R. Allison—address spirituality from the perspective of the Bible, exploring topics such as the Trinity, divine sovereignty and human responsibility, the “already” and “not yet,” and the church. This book also addresses practical questions about spirituality related to the workplace, disciplines of the body, and more.


Editor:

Christopher W. Morgan (PhD, Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary) is a professor of theology and the dean of the School of Christian Ministries at California Baptist University. He is the author or editor of over twenty books, including several volumes in the Theology in Community series.

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Weight 500 g
Dimensions 229 × 152 × 20 mm
Author(s)

Morgan, Christopher W., (Editor), House, Paul R., Guthrie, George H., Quarles, Charles L., Allison, Gregg R., Chute, Anthony L., Finn, Nathan A., Cochran, Gregory C., McLendon, Justin L., Skaug, Benjamin M., (Contributor, Contributor, Contributor, Contributor, Contributor, Contributor, Contributor, Contributor, Contributor)

Publication Summary

Crossway (2019), 304 pages

Published Date

2019

Page Count

304

Language

English

Product Type

Paperback

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