By Reinhard Feldmeier,Hermann Spieckermann,Mark E. Biddle
Both old and systematic, God of the Living explores God's multifaceted, advanced, and occasionally contradictory personality offered within the scriptures. but, even if in wrath or reconciliation, judgment or justification, soreness or salvation, God has given and stocks divine existence within the individual of Jesus Christ. hence, Feldmeier and Spieckermann discover God's profound confirmation of human existence, because the God of the living—the God of the Bible—finds success relating to the residing companions of his personal creation.
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God of the Living: A Biblical Theology by Reinhard Feldmeier,Hermann Spieckermann,Mark E. Biddle