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Hearing the Spirit

Knowing the Father through the Son.

Christopher Ash


Pages: 176
Trim: Trade paperback (198 x 130mm)
Isbn 13: 9781845507251
List Price: £7.99
Series: Proclamation Trust
Imprint: Christian Focus
Category: Theology & Doctrine > Systematic Theology > Pneumatology / Holy Spirit

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How does the Spirit relate to the Bible? This book is for those who are 'thirsty for a deeper experience of the Spirit of God'. This careful biblical argument, drawing mainly from John's gospel, helps us to see the answers to the difficult questions in a firmly Trinitarian understanding. Hearing the Spirit is the way we know the father through the Spirit. By asking where the Bible fits in this process, this helps us listen more deeply to the words of God.


About Christopher Ash

Christopher Ash is Writer-in-Residence at Tyndale House and Ministry Trainer at St. Andrew the Great church in Cambridge. From 2004 to 2015 he was Director of the Proclamation Trust Cornhill Training Course. He has written several books, including 'Bible Delight: Psalm 119 for the Bible teacher and Bible hearer'.

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Proclamation Trust

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I highly, highly recommend it.

Timothy Raymond


"This book explores how Jesus continues to make the Father known today. More precisely, it explores the relationship between the past, 'I have made known' and the present and future, 'I will continue to make known'. It is a wonderful and vital subject. The answer is going to focus on the work of God the Holy Spirit and the purpose and function of the Bible. In contemporary jargon, you might say this book was about the sometimes controversial topic of 'Word and Spirit'."

Christopher Ash, Writer-in-Residence, Tyndale House, Cambridge


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