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God of nature and of grace : reading the world in a Wesleyan way / Michael Lodahl.

By: Lodahl, Michael E, 1955-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Nashville : Kingswood, 2004Description: 254 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0687066662 (adhesive binding : alk. paper).Subject(s): Wesley, John, 1703-1791 | Nature -- Religious aspects -- Methodist Church | Methodist Chuch -- Doctrines
Contents:
"The creatures all thy breath receive" : the celebration of creation in Psalm 104 -- "Thou didst thy mighty wings outspread" : reading Genesis in a Wesleyan way -- "Out of nothing's womb produce" : is next-to-nothing enough? or is it too much? -- "Thou art the universal soul" : to live, move, and dwell in God -- "Who dost through both creations shine" : new creation and (good) old creation -- "And all we taste be God" : creation spirituality in a Wesleyan way -- "To (pre)serve the present age" : eschatology in a Wesleyan way -- "To turn the stream of nature's tide" : ecology in a Wesleyan way -- "And new-create a world of grace".
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 247) and indexes.

"The creatures all thy breath receive" : the celebration of creation in Psalm 104 -- "Thou didst thy mighty wings outspread" : reading Genesis in a Wesleyan way -- "Out of nothing's womb produce" : is next-to-nothing enough? or is it too much? -- "Thou art the universal soul" : to live, move, and dwell in God -- "Who dost through both creations shine" : new creation and (good) old creation -- "And all we taste be God" : creation spirituality in a Wesleyan way -- "To (pre)serve the present age" : eschatology in a Wesleyan way -- "To turn the stream of nature's tide" : ecology in a Wesleyan way -- "And new-create a world of grace".

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