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Finding God in the Psalms: Sing, Pray, Live
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Finding God in the Psalms: Sing, Pray, Live

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SPCK 2014

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$12.99

Overview

Most Christians know N.T. Wright as cutting-edge scholar who takes the Bible seriously and believes in traditional Christian doctrine. But N.T. Wright is also a powerfully spiritual man, just as dedicated to developing his relationship with God and others as he is to his world-class scholarship. Finding God in Psalms: Sing, Pray, Live is N.T. Wright’s spiritual manifesto in which he passionately argues that the Psalms should be placed at the center of Christian worship–as we pursue Jesus Christ. Wright believes the Psalms take us to intersection of time, space, and matter and he calls us to explore the power of their message as a Christian community.

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Key Features

  • Presents the spiritual manifesto of N.T. Wright
  • Explored the Psalms in an accessible way designed to promote worship
  • Places the Psalms at the center of church life

Contents

  • Pray and Live
  • At the Threshold of God’s Time
  • Where God Dwells
  • All the Trees of the Forest Sing for Joy
  • At Home in the Psalms
  • Afterword: My Life with the Psalms

Praise for the Print Edition

Prayer is an act of rebellion. In this incisive and fresh look at the book of Psalms, Wright invites us to enter an alternative world-view that the Psalms embody. Let this book lead you to the Psalms – but beware, it’s the wardrobe door into a new world order.

Scot McKnight, professor of New Testament, Northern Seminary

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About N.T. Wright

N.T. Wright is research professor of New Testament and early Christianity at the University of St. Andrews. He is the author of numerousy books, including Paul and the Faithfulness of God, Pauline Perspectives: Essays on Paul 1978–2013, as well as all the books in the Works of N.T. Wright collection.

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