The concept of doing things for the glory of God is an increasingly popular talking point among pastors and church leaders. In order to clarify this theme and prevent it from being reduced to a sentimental cliché, Christopher Morgan and Robert Peterson have brought together several essays exploring the theology and function of the glory of God in both Old and New Testament Scripture.
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The glory of God, celebrated by angels, but often lost on the church today, is here restored to our vision. This is a serious engagement with biblical truth and it asks the reader to engage with it seriously, too. When we climb a mountain, we know that however long is the ascent, it is all made worthwhile by the view from the top. So it is here.
—David F. Wells, distinguished senior research professor, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Christopher W. Morgan is professor of theology and dean of the School of Christian Ministries at California Baptist University. He holds a PhD from Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary and is the author and editor of several books including Hell under Fire.
Robert A. Peterson holds a PhD from Drew University and is professor of systematic theology at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. He is the author and editor of numerous books including Calvin and the Atonement.