Anyone who's ever brought home a puppy knows this for sure: nobody loves you like your dog. And that's exactly the way God loves us. In this playful yet substantive "dogmatic" book of theology, Mary Ellen Ashcroft looks at our central longing to love and be loved and shows us a God who is willing to roll around in the grass, follow you wherever you go, and love you unconditionally.
This playful yet substantial "Dogmatic" book of theology addresses our central human longing to be deeply loved. This is also an incarnational theology, putting us in contact with a God who is willing to roll in the earth with us, who is willing to dive in to "rescue" us and whose tracks can be seen throughout our homes and lives. Illuminated by the drawings of David de Rousseau, Dogspell challenges us to believe that God loves, welcomes, longs to greet us as much as dog.