Its not often that you can get a group of front ranking theologians and scholars together to discuss spiritual formation spiritual theology and what life in the spirit means but the wheaton theology conference in 2009 did just that and this volume is the result life in the spirit spiritual formation in theological perspective the book has good scholars and some great topics and it never strays from developing a theology of spiritual formation. Based on the 2009 wheaton theology conference life in the spirit spiritual formation in theological perspective thoughtfully engages and critiques contemporary understandings of spiritual formation secondarily it addresses misunderstandings as to the relationship between scripture and tradition and suggests how spiritual disciplines might be properly practiced within the local church this collection of essays calls for theological reflection upon both our readings of scripture and . This volume edited by jeffrey p greenman and george kalantzis marks another compilation from the wheaton theology conference 2009s event produced the wealth of work represented here exploring the theological foundations for a faithful approach to the church practices that contribute to spiritual formation that is to our sanctification in the power of the holy spirit. This is a series of essays about spiritual formation from the christian perspective there are several essays that give definitions for spiritual formation and the theology behind it there are some essays that explain certain disciplines or practices that help one be spiritually formed as a christian it is written mostly from an evangelical perspective of how to help evangelicals do this better than they have done in recent years there are essays from men and women who are
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