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Seeing God in the Ordinary: A Theology of the Everyday

av Michael Frost

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Recipient of the 1999 Christian Book of the Year award in Australia, Seeing God in the Ordinary is an appeal to recover the place of the imagination in the Christian life, to rediscover the use of metaphor in a prose-flattened world, to see God in the ordinary. By a careful examination of film, literature, and other aspects of contemporary culture-as well as the Gospels-the author argues for a robust faith that embraces human experience in all its forms, that is open to the intuitive, and that has the capacity to fill us with wonder and astonishment."This book helps us to hear God not so much in the whirlwind but in the still, small voice of the ordinary, everyday moments of our lives." -Ken Gire, author of Windows of the Soul, Moments with the Savior, and The Reflective Life"In the midst of the current flood of books on Christian spirituality, Frost explores the way in which the great themes of Christian faith are signaled and traced by specific reference points in culture. The outcome is a book not for a quick read, but for a slow, delighted pondering. Frost's particular interest is in artistic expression in poetry, film, and narrative that opens the reader and ponderer to freshness. Who would have thought that Kafka, Keets, and Harvey Keitel could show up together, but they do here. Frost has produced a probe of a world `not-yet-holy,' but being made so by the presence of God's holiness in the day-to-dayness of our lives. A suggestive read!" -Walter Brueggemann, Columbia Theological Seminary, author of Finally Comes the Poet and The Psalms and the Life of Faith… (mer)
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Recipient of the 1999 Christian Book of the Year award in Australia, Seeing God in the Ordinary is an appeal to recover the place of the imagination in the Christian life, to rediscover the use of metaphor in a prose-flattened world, to see God in the ordinary. By a careful examination of film, literature, and other aspects of contemporary culture-as well as the Gospels-the author argues for a robust faith that embraces human experience in all its forms, that is open to the intuitive, and that has the capacity to fill us with wonder and astonishment."This book helps us to hear God not so much in the whirlwind but in the still, small voice of the ordinary, everyday moments of our lives." -Ken Gire, author of Windows of the Soul, Moments with the Savior, and The Reflective Life"In the midst of the current flood of books on Christian spirituality, Frost explores the way in which the great themes of Christian faith are signaled and traced by specific reference points in culture. The outcome is a book not for a quick read, but for a slow, delighted pondering. Frost's particular interest is in artistic expression in poetry, film, and narrative that opens the reader and ponderer to freshness. Who would have thought that Kafka, Keets, and Harvey Keitel could show up together, but they do here. Frost has produced a probe of a world `not-yet-holy,' but being made so by the presence of God's holiness in the day-to-dayness of our lives. A suggestive read!" -Walter Brueggemann, Columbia Theological Seminary, author of Finally Comes the Poet and The Psalms and the Life of Faith

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