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Immense, Unfathomed, Unconfined

The Grace Of God In Creation, Church and Community

ed. Sean Winter


Price: £27.99
Publisher:Mosaic Resources distributed by Alban Books
Published:July 2013
Sean Winter powerfully brings together the impact of grace themes in the Methodist ministry of Norman Young. Gospel diversity in worship, grumbling, teaching journey, grace, stewardship, tradition and more are well unpacked in these varied twenty-five chapters.

It's a dense, insightful, bright volume.

Wesleyan universal love was the for me the most controversial chapter, the lack of a conclusion that offered Winter's insights, critique and unifying sense as to what matters most in Young's legacy would have added greatly.

The centrality of mystery unpacked as the discernable pathway of grace, emerges beautifully through the weave of these stand alone essays.

Reviewer: Johnny Douglas   (15/11/13)
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