The Implicit Theology of the Lord’s Prayer: A Biblical and Theological Investigation

Lanham, Maryland: Fortress Academic (2020)
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This book interprets and reflects on the conception of God that is implied by the Lord’s Prayer. It explains the epistemic status and ontological implications of the Christian faith in God and proposes a non-essentialist account of central identity-defining attributes of God.

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