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A metaphorical God an abecedary of images for God by Gail Ramshaw

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Published by Liturgy Training Publications in Chicago IL .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bible. O.T. Psalms -- Meditations.,
  • Meditations.,
  • God -- Name -- Meditations.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Rev ed. of: Letters for God"s name. c1984.

Statementby Gail Ramshaw ; art by Rita Corbin.
ContributionsCorbin, Rita., Ramshaw, Gail, 1947-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBV4832.2 .R245 1995
The Physical Object
Pagination133 p. :
Number of Pages133
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1269673M
ISBN 10156854071X
LC Control Number95000812
OCLC/WorldCa31936224

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This book is an eye-opener. The issues surrounding the uses of masculine and feminine metaphors for God can be complicated and emotional, but Sallie McFague tries to keep to the issues of metaphor and theology as suggested in the title. This book was written before her later book "Models of God" which refers back to this one several by: Metaphorical Theology is a slim volume, but packs a heavy punch. It seeks to dethrone "God as Father" as the primary "root-metaphor" of Christian belief and replace it /5. Kimberly Johnson has 45 books on Goodreads with ratings. Kimberly Johnson’s most popular book is Metaphorical God: Poems. The word “rock” is used about times in the Bible and 79 times in the Old Testament. It appears about 24 times in the book of Psalms with references to God. Moses was the first one in the Bible to use the word “rock” as a metaphor for God. “The Rock, his work is perfect; For all his ways are justice” (Deuteronomy ).Author: Margaret Minnicks.

  Dargan Thompson It’s rather uncomfortable to think of God as a woman in labor or a dog, but those are the sort of biblical metaphors Lauren Winner explores in her new book, Wearing God. Winner is a speaker, historian, author of books such as Still and Girl Meets God and an assistant professor at Duke Divinity school. List Of Bible Metaphors • Proverbs • Isaiah • Psalms • John • John • Revelations • Isaiah • Deuteronomy • Psalm • Revelations • Genesis • John • John • Corinthians • Matthew This erroneous and pagan belief that Jesus was God--which he never biblically presented himself as, is covered in a scholarly book, "The Metaphor of God Incarnate," second edition, , by an ordained Presbyterian pastor, English born John Hick (), D. Phil. Its pages are divided into 17 by: God reveals Himself and His plan for the world and humankind in ways that address our minds and our hearts with powerful images of beauty, brokenness, need, redemption, love, and forgiveness, among many others. Some of these images of our relationship with God are contained in religious metaphors that God uses to speak to us.