By Stephen C. Torr,David Cheetham
“Torr’s research arises from his personal adventure of grief in possible unanswered prayer. He convincingly proposes the biblical functionality of lamenting by way of the Spirit whereas watching for eschatological aid. I commend this ebook warmly to all these looking solutions to the true demanding situations of ache and pain.”
—Allan Heaton Anderson, collage of Birmingham, United Kingdom
“Stephen Torr has written a wealthy, considerate, and important exposition at the fact of anguish within the vista of religion. . . . this can be an enormous examine for these in Pentecostal traditions; past that it advantages the shut cognizance of the broader neighborhood of religion as a contribution to our puzzling over the matter of evil within the context of exact church practice.”
—Walter Brueggemann, Columbia Theological Seminary
“Stephen Torr has supplied an insightful account of the way these operating from in the Pentecostal and charismatic traditions could technique the matter of evil and ache. His place, specially his advocacy of the style of lament inside a theo-dramatic strategy, merits to be broadly learn. It makes an unique contribution to theological scholarship and assists the church in its pastoral practice.”
—Mark J. Cartledge, collage of Birmingham, United Kingdom
“Using a canonical procedure with a Christocentric key, Torr invitations the reader to think about the position of the Spirit in prayers of lament. Centering at the perform of testimony, he bargains concrete path for revitalizing the oft-neglected perform of lament between Christians. it is a must-read for student and minister alike.”
—Scott Ellington, Emmanuel College
Rev’d Dr. Stephen C. Torr is Assistant Curate within the Abbots Bromley Benefice, England. Having accomplished undergraduate stories on the collage of Birmi ngham, he persisted directly to entire a PhD in Theology as a part of the Centre for Pentecostal and Charismatic reviews, additionally on the collage of Birmingham. Having educated for Ordination at Ridley corridor, Cambridge, he's now serving his first submit as Assistant Curate.
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A Dramatic Pentecostal/Charismatic Anti-Theodicy: Improvising on a Divine Performance of Lament by Stephen C. Torr,David Cheetham