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John Taylor's most famous book is a reminder that the Holy Spirit urges us toward a communal humanity. Taylor's is a message especially pertinent in an age of crushing multinational capitalism and a rising tide of individual greed and fear of the Other.
Based on his Cadbury lectures delivered in 1967, The Go-Between God is now considered one of the most important works ever written on the Holy Spirit and mission.
This edition contains a new foreword by Jonny Baker.
PART ONE • FACTS OF LIFE
1 ANNUNCIATION 3
The Intermediary Spirit and the Impulse of the Mission
2 CONCEPTION 27
The Creator Spirit and the Range of the Mission
3 GESTATION 45
The Power of the Spirit and the Violence of the Mission
4 LABOUR 69
The Spirit of Prophecy and the Historical Perspective of the Mission
5 BIRTH 90
The Spirit in Jesus and the Focus of the Mission
6 BREATH 114
The Indwelling Spirit and the Humiliation of the Mission
PART TWO • STYLE OF LIFE
7 GROWING 143
The Evangelical Spirit and the Structures of Mission
8 EXPLORING 165
The Freedom of the Spirit and the Search for a New Ethic
9 MEETING 194
The Universal Spirit and the Meeting of Faiths
10 PLAYING 215
Pentecostalism and the Supernatural Dimension in Secular Age
11 LOVING 242
Prayer in the Spirit and the Silence of Mission
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