This site requires cookies for account access and purchasing. It looks like cookies are disabled in your browser. To find out more about our cookie usage policy click here then to find out about changing your browser cookie settings click here (This link opens in a window).

This site requires cookies for account access and purchasing. You can review our use of cookies in our Cookie Policy, or Accept and Close this bar now.

This site requires cookies for account access and purchasing. It looks like cookies are disabled in your browser. To find out more about our cookie usage policy click here then to find out about changing your browser cookie settings click here (This link opens in a window).

This site requires cookies for account access and purchasing. You can review our use of cookies in our Cookie Policy, or Accept and Close this bar now.

The Drama of Living: Becoming wise in the Spirit

The Drama of Living: Becoming wise in the Spirit
In this long awaited follow-on volume to his Archbishop of Canterbury's Lent book, The Shape of Living, the renowned theologian David Ford explores how we can live wisely - not poring earnestly over difficult choices, but in the presence of Holy Wisdom - 'God's darling and delight, playing in his presence and over the whole world'.
Our Price: £12.99
ISBN/EAN: 9781848255388
Stock: 0

More available to order!

Weight: 0.0
Publisher: Canterbury Press
Author: Ford David F
Format: Pbk
Save wishlist

Such wisdom fires our hearts and imaginations, as well as our intellects, and enables us to live fully open to God, to others, and to life's complexities, in freedom and joy. Playfulness is something many of us leave behind in youth, yet it is a primary characteristic of the kingdom of God - the joy of play pervades creation and should pervade our lives. Drawing on scripture and the poetry of Micheal O'Siadhail, David Ford enable us to recover a lost dimension in our Christian living. David F. Ford is one of the leading figures in contemporary theology. He is Regius Professor of Theology at Cambridge, co-founder of the Society for Scriptural Reasoning and founding director of the Cambridge Interfaith Project. He is a Reader in the Church of England.
No recommended products at the moment.
No recommended products at the moment.