Does God engage in entertaining, matchmaking, time management or even medicine? Some messages today coming both from inside and outside of the church, would have us believe so. In God Does Not . . ., a number of astute theologians challenge these commony held, widespread misconceptions of how God works in today's world. A follow-up to the intriguingly popular God Is Not . . ., readers will find this book is both accessible and provocative. In the end, we are left not with a negation of what God does, but an affirmation of a God who does all things well.
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Is God in the business of entertainment, matchmaking, time management, blood sacrifice, or medicine? If you listen to some messages both inside and outside the church today, you might think so. But in God Does Not . . ., several theologians challenge these and other widespread misconceptions of how God works in the world.
A follow-up to the popular God Is Not . . ., this book is both accessible and provocative. In the end, we are left not with a negation of what God does, but an affirmation of a God who does all things well and often far exceeds what our human imaginations can fathom.
D. Brent Laytham (PhD, Duke University Divinity School) is dean of the Ecumenical Institute of Theology at St. Mary's Seminary & University in Baltimore, Maryland. He previously taught at North Park Theological Seminary. He is an ordained minister in the United Methodist Church and takes special interest in bringing pastors and scholars together to address theological and ecclesiological issues.