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Introduction: The Endeavor Part I: Foundation 1. The Name and the Names 2. From Lord God to Father God 3. The One as the Creator of Oneness 4. The Loving One 5. The Almighty 6. Spirit and Presence Part II: Development Divine Condescension 7. Word and Creation 8. Blessing and Praise 9. Justice and Justification 10. Forgiveness and Reconciliation Divine Challenge 11. Hiddenness and Wrath 12. Suffering and Lament 13. Transience and Death 14. Eternity and Time Divine Encouragement 15. Commandment and Prayer 16. Covenant and Promise 17. Salvation and Judgment 18. Hope and Comfort Part III: Conclusion God of the Living

About the Author

Dr. theol. Reinhard Feldmeier ist Professor fA"r Neues Testament in GAttingen. Hermann Spieckermann is Professor of Old Testament at the Georg-August-University of Gottingen. The author of several books, he is also the co-editor of the Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (EBR).

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God of the Living is a profound volume, worthy of careful study. -- Michael Chan, Luther Seminary -- Word & World
Critically informed, exhaustive in treatment, integrative in conception, this volume makes a rare contribution: a scholarly presentation of images of God in both the OT and the NT. -- Mark W. Hamilton, Abilene Christian University -- Restoration Quarterly
[Feldmeier and Spieckermann] present a co-written volume on God from an Old Testament and a New Testament perspective - much to be applauded in these days of over-specialization. The weighty resulting volume is a strong statement of a largely traditional way of conceptualizing 'biblical theology': the presentation of [a consistent] picture of God across the canon. -- Richard S. Briggs, St John's College -- Modern Believing
An impressive work...representing the greatest minds in Biblical Theology does more than present God as they leaf through the pages of the Bible but they also take the historical matters contained within the text and bring them to light for the reader. -- Don Haflich -- The Reformed Register
The straightforward title of this volume directly communicates what the subject matter is, but it cannot convey its extraordinary character. Feldmeier and Spieckermann, specialists in New and Old Testament respectively, together undertake an exploration of the nature and character of God that ranges across the canon. The result is no mere catalogue of texts and themes but a bold and often beautiful exposition of the God who lives and who brings life into being. -- Beverly Roberts Gaventa -- The Christian Century

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