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40 Questions about Prayer (40 Questions Series)

, 2022
ISBN: 9780825446924
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Praying is often the most common yet least understood practice of Christian spirituality. In 40 Questions about Prayer, scholar and teacher Joseph C. Harrod shares biblical insight on the nature and practice of Christian prayer. Harrod's emphasis on searching the Scriptures results in a trustworthy, practical guide to a vital aspect of Christian belief and behavior, equally appropriate for seminary courses, Bible studies, and personal understanding.

The accessible question-and-answer format of 40 Questions about Prayer allows readers to explore the issues they care most about, such as these:

  • Does prayer change God's mind?
  • Does God hear the prayers of unbelievers?
  • What does it mean to pray in Jesus's name?
  • How does prayer affect evangelism, spiritual awakening, and revival?
  • What does it mean to pray "without ceasing" (1 Thess. 5:17)?
  • Do physical postures affect prayer?
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    • Answers questions about the nature and practice of Christian prayer
    • Provides a trustworthy and practical guide about a very important subject in Christian life
    • Makes a perfect tool for seminary courses, bible studies, and personal devotional
    • Title: 40 Questions about Prayer
    • Author: Joseph C. Harrod
    • Series: 40 Questions Series
    • Publisher: Kregel
    • Print Publication Date: 2022
    • Logos Release Date: 2022
    • Era: era:contemporary
    • Language: English
    • Resources: 1
    • Format: Digital › Logos Reader Edition
    • Subject: Prayer › Religious aspects
    • ISBNs: 9780825446924, 0825446929
    • Resource Type: Monograph
    • Metadata Last Updated: 2023-10-10T17:43:31Z

    Joseph C. Harrod (PhD in Biblical Spirituality, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) currently serves as Assistant Professor of Biblical Spirituality and Associate Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of Theology and Spirituality in the Works of Samuel Davies and numerous journal articles.


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