Johnston succeeds in carefully analyzing our transcendent experiences while preserving their unpredictability. He shows that, while we can usefully talk about God’s wider presence—we can muse over it like a scientist might muse over a Lichtenberg Figure created by a bolt of lightning—we can’t tame it; where and when it strikes will always surprise us.
BA Books & Authors on the Web – October 3, 2014
October 3, 2014 posted by Mason Slater
Filed Under: BA Books & Authors on the Web Tagged With: Adonis Vidu, Alistair Stewart, Andrew Root, Atonement Law and Justice, Bonhoeffer as Youth Worker, Daniel Block, For the Glory of God, From Every Tribe and Nation, God's Wider Presence, Mark Noll, Matthew Levering, Robert Johnston, The Orig, The Theology of Augustine