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Publication Date: 20 Feb 2014
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Page Count: 208
Author: Tom Wright
ISBN-13: 9780281069897, 9780281069934

Finding God in the Psalms

Sing, Pray, Live
By Tom Wright
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Summary
I have decided, as a kind of thought-experiment, to order the material in three sections. The Psalms invite their singers, as they always have, to live at the crossroads of time, space and matter. This book explores what happens at this crossing-point' From the Introduction

· A spiritual manifesto by one of the world’s most popular Christian writers
· A passionate case for putting the Psalms back at the centre of Christian prayer and worship
· An engaging and useful guide to praying the Psalms that can help us to live and commune with God as Jesus did
About the Author
Tom Wright is Research Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of St Andrews. He is the author of over seventy books, including 'For Everyone' guides to the New Testament, the highly acclaimed series, 'Christian Origins and the Question of God' and the best-selling Simply Christian, Surprised by Hope, Virtue Reborn, Simply Jesus, How God Became King and Creation, Power and Truth.
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A characteristic blend of learning, personal insight and spiritual perception. This book will be of enormous help to Christians who want to know how to make fuller use of one of the greatest scriptural resources for prayer.

- Rowan Williams, author of Being Disciples

Prayer is an act of rebellion. In this incisive and fresh look at the book of Psalms, Wright invites us to enter an alternative world-view that the Psalms embody. Let this book lead you to the Psalms – but beware, it’s the wardrobe door into a new world order.

- Scot McKnight, author of The King Jesus Gospel

All our greatest treasures have a way of getting lost – then rediscovered. I can think of few greater treasures than the great songbook of the songs. I can think of no one better suited to explaining why and how they are to be treasured than Tom Wright.

- John Ortberg, author of The Me I Want to Be

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