As the Israelites received the bread of angels- manna-as they made their way through the wilderness, so too is God made known to us in the simple things that sustain our lives. With humour and an eye for human stubbornness, Barbara Brown Taylor reflects on moments of divine providence and encounter in the Bible, from the stories of Moses, David, and Daniel to the Book of Acts.
Along the way, she explores with honesty and grace the questions that we all ask about whether God answers prayer, whether miracles happen, and how we recognise God in the unexpected. As enjoyable as they are profound, her meditations on the life of faith and the cost of discipleship will inspire preachers and delight readers.
Controversies in Political Theology
Briefly: Aquinas' Summa Theologica II
Out of the Valley (Wormingford Series 2)
Briefly: Kierkegaard's Fear and Trembling
Going by the Book
Christian Approaches to Other Faiths
Moving on in Ministry
Voices from the Hospice
Making Our Connections
Creative Ideas for Frontline Evangelism with Young People