How does God act in the world, and what is our response? Mark McEntire tackles these fundamental questions with perceptiveness, clarity, and thorough scholarship. Focusing on the more subtle movements of God found in the later parts of the Old Testament and the apocryphal writings of the last three centuries before Christ, McEntire paints a portrait of God that is realistic and relatable. Through this approach, the author helps readers examine the movements of God in their own lives and in the world today.
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Mark McEntire is the professor of biblical studies at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. He is the author of The Old Testament Story, Struggling with God: An Introduction to the Pentateuch, Dangerous Worlds: Living and Dying in Biblical Texts and The Blood of Abel: The Violent Plot in the Hebrew Bible.