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Dancing Lessons: Eugene Peterson on Theology and the Rhythms of Life

Conversation 26

Series MARS HILL AUDIO Conversations
Author Eugene Peterson
Narrator Ken Myers
Runtime 1.21 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher Mars Hill Audio
Downloads M4B MP3
Release Date June 1, 2008
Availability: Unrestricted (available worldwide)

In his 2005 book, Christ Plays in Ten Thousand Places, pastor/theologian Eugene Peterson argued that believers should attend to the way God works in creation, history, and community. Such attention prevents theology from being mere abstraction and spirituality from becoming vague and gnostic. In this Conversation, Peterson discusses the necessity of taking time in worship; the benefits and liabilities of small groups; the delightful gifts of language; and the centrality of "fear of the Lord" in describing our response to God's initiative in salvation.

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In his 2005 book, Christ Plays in Ten Thousand Places, pastor/theologian Eugene Peterson argued that believers should attend to the way God works in creation, history, and community. Such attention prevents theology from being mere abstraction and spirituality from becoming vague and gnostic. In this Conversation, Peterson discusses the necessity of taking time in worship; the benefits and liabilities of small groups; the delightful gifts of language; and the centrality of "fear of the Lord" in describing our response to God's initiative in salvation.