Signs and Wonders Then and Now Paperback
Miracle-working, Commissioning and Discipleship
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Signs and Wonders Then and Now
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Exponents of such emphases claim to reflect a model for Christian discipleship that they find presented in the Synoptic Gospels and Acts by Jesus and his followers, in which 'signs and wonders' are normative for the church today.
Keith Hacking's contention is that Third Wave commentators too often fail to grapple adequately with important historical, literary and theological issues that arise from the biblical text. From an engaging and thorough analysis of the relevant material in the Synoptic Gospels and Acts, he offers an approach that more accurately reflects the evidence and that, therefore, is more appropriate for informing contemporary theology and practice.
Signs and Wonders Then and Now by Keith Hacking was published by IVP in October 2006 and is our 33212th best seller. The ISBN for Signs and Wonders Then and Now is 9781844741496.
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"... as I read, I became more and more pleased with the fresh and astute treatment the author has given to this very important movement in the recent history of the Christian church. I think Keith has done the whole church, and especially the Third Wave Movement, a great service. He has helped us to make important connections between practice and hermeneutics... I would like to be able to put this book into the hands of all Christian leaders." - The Rt. Revd Cyril Ashton, Bishop of Doncaster
Details for Signs and Wonders Then and Now
|Author / Artist||Keith Hacking|
|Publisher||IVP (October 2006)|
|Number of Pages||304|
|Page last updated||1st January 2017|