Barrenness and Blessing: Abraham, Sarah and the Journey of Faith

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    The stories of this book are about the permanent interaction between God and humankind. These narratives invite us to witness the manner in which God enters human community in all of its complexities, struggles, challenges, fears, and ultimately hope. Hemchand Gossai not just discussed the large variety of themes within this texts, but also kept an eye on the implications for the Church and contemporary readers. Some experiences, like the barrenness, wilderness and the wrestling with God are described as metaphors. The richness and texture of these metaphors allow the reader to embrace these stories in a way that makes them our stories.

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    Number of Pages: 136
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9780718892166
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    Listed in: Biblical studies & exegesis
    Publisher: The Lutterworth Press

    Books by Hemchand Gossai

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