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Publication Date: 16 Jun 2011
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Page Count: 128
Author: J.W. Rogerson
ISBN-13: 9780281064502, 9780281066544

Art of Biblical Prayer

By J.W. Rogerson
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Summary
Written by an internationally respected biblical scholar, this book shows how the Bible speaks of prayer as a way of living in connection with God. It is full of fresh biblical insights and down-to-earth advice, and contains an illuminating chapter on the meaning of the Lord's Prayer. There are also helpful summaries and points for reflection or discussion at the ends of chapters.

'Prayer' is a word that is used in a number of different ways. This book aims to show that prayer should be understood as inseparable from Christianity, in the sense that to practise Christianity is to practise prayer and vice versa.Written by an internationally respected biblical scholar, this book shows how the Bible speaks of prayer as a way of living in connection with God. It is full of fresh biblical insights and down-to-earth advice, and contains an illuminating chapter on the meaning of the Lord's Prayer. There are also helpful summaries and points for reflection or discussion at the ends of chapters.

'Prayer' is a word that is used in a number of different ways. This book aims to show that prayer should be understood as inseparable from Christianity, in the sense that to practise Christianity is to practise prayer and vice versa.Written by an internationally respected biblical scholar, this book shows how the Bible speaks of prayer as a way of living in connection with God. It is full of fresh biblical insights and down-to-earth advice, and contains an illuminating chapter on the meaning of the Lord's Prayer. There are also helpful summaries and points for reflection or discussion at the ends of chapters.

'Prayer' is a word that is used in a number of different ways. This book aims to show that prayer should be understood as inseparable from Christianity, in the sense that to practise Christianity is to practise prayer and vice versa.Written by an internationally respected biblical scholar, this book shows how the Bible speaks of prayer as a way of living in connection with God. It is full of fresh biblical insights and down-to-earth advice, and contains an illuminating chapter on the meaning of the Lord's Prayer. There are also helpful summaries and points for reflection or discussion at the ends of chapters.

'Prayer' is a word that is used in a number of different ways. This book aims to show that prayer should be understood as inseparable from Christianity, in the sense that to practise Christianity is to practise prayer and vice versa.
About the Author
J. W. Rogerson is Emeritus Professor of Biblical Studies, the University of Sheffield and is Canon Emeritus of Sheffield Cathedral. His most recent books include A Theology of the Old Testament (SPCK, 2009).

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