Hearing and Doing

Christopher R. J. Holmes

In reading Scripture we encounter not only the living God, but an invitation to the mysteries of the text itself. In Hearing and Doing, Christopher Holmes invites us to feast upon the speeches of Paul and Peter. As a work of constructive theological exegesis, he engages Aquinas and Calvin and some of the important theologians of our day, notably Rowan Williams and Katherine Sonderegger. At the heart, Holmes aims to draw us to the speeches themselves so that we might become encompassed in their divine beauty.

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