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The Face of the Deep invites you on a quest for the Holy Spirit that journeys through our world and Bible. The adventure is infused with wonder and symbolic imagination-from the black void of Genesis 1 all the way through the explosive re-creation at the close of Revelation. You'll encounter the love and power of the Holy Spirit revealed through the beauty of creation, art, history, and theology.
Can you hear the Spirit's voice now, echoing across the bright waters?
Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: David C. Cook
Publication Date: 2016
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The Face of the Deep invites you on a quest for the Holy Spirit that journeys through our world and Bible. The adventure is infused with wonder and symbolic imaginationfrom the black void of Genesis 1 all the way through the explosive re-creation at the close of Revelation. Youll encounter the love and power of the Holy Spirit revealed through the beauty of creation, art, history, and theology.
Walter Wangerin, Jr. Winner of the National Book Award
kcarp1 Stars Out Of 5DO NOT BOTHERMarch 17, 2016kcarpQuality: 1Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1This is NOT a study on the Holy Spirit, nor is it informative. This book is the strange ideas of a Pastor by name only. This has very little biblical truth and is in no way shape or form an accurate portrayal of the Holy Spirit. If you're looking for a biblically sound study go with The God I Never Knew by Robert Morris.
Author: Paul J. Pastor
Located in: Bridal Veil, Oregon
Submitted: January 08, 2016
Tell us a little about yourself. I'm a fifth generation Oregonian, and love being in our dark, beautiful woods.
My family and I garden, hike, read, cook, and play in the creek beside our house together.
I also am passionate about helping others make books--I work as an editorial consultant, story developer, and content editor for a wide variety of publishers.
What was your motivation behind this project? It began with a question. If the Holy Spirit is as close to us as the Bible says he is, then why does he often feel so far from our lives or worship? The answer I found was too exciting to keep to myself.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? A new and renewed love for God the Holy Spirit, and new ways to recognize his mysterious presence in their lives. I also hope people begin to think of theology not as a dry mental exercise but as a vibrant path to knowing God with the heart and even a holy imagination.
How were you personally impacted by working on this project? Again and again, I was taken aback by the depth and beauty of the Holy Spirit, as I was him in the Bible, in nature, in art, and in theology. He has always had my heart, but he captured it and recaptured it during the writing of this book.
Who are your influences, sources of inspiration or favorite authors / artists? My favorite authors include Jorge Borges, Herman Melville, Patti Smith, Annie Dillard, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Shusaku Endo, Basil the Great, George Macdonald, and Roald Dahl. A soundtrack of my life features Nick Cave, Rachmaninoff, Wovenhand, The Pogues, Alt-J, The Gorillaz, and Vaughn Williams' "The Lark Ascending," all on endless, soaring repeat.
Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know: I care so much about you--as a person, as a fellow son or daughter of God. I hope we get the chance to connect personally someday. If my work impacts you, will you let me know through my Facebook or Twitter pages? Truly, I'd love to hear from you.