Saving Desire: The Seduction of Christian Theology
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Saving Desire: The Seduction of Christian Theology

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Traditional Christian theology has generally treated desire as a dark and negative force intimately related to sin something to be restricted and repressed, closeted and controlled. But, according to LeRon Shults and Jan-Olav Henriksen?'s Saving Desire, we see only part of the picture if we do not also perceive that desire can be a powerful force for great good.
Paperback, 194 pages
Published July 6th 2011 by Eerdmans
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