Walk on: Life, Loss, Trust, and Other Realities

Walk on Life Loss Trust and Other Realities A sensible and sophisticated look at the realities of living the Christian life

  • Title: Walk on: Life, Loss, Trust, and Other Realities
  • Author: John E. Goldingay
  • ISBN: 9780801024658
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Paperback
  • A sensible and sophisticated look at the realities of living the Christian life.

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    About "John E. Goldingay"

    1. John E. Goldingay

      John Goldingay is David Allan Hubbard Professor of Old Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California An internationally respected Old Testament scholar, Goldingay is the author of many commentaries and books.

    703 thoughts on “Walk on: Life, Loss, Trust, and Other Realities”

    1. A moving collection of essays on, among other topics, disability as a divine vocation, for both the disabled and the caregiver(s). Part theological guide to dealing with the difficulties of life, part personal memoir. Full of Goldingay’s signature wit. Highly recommend.


    2. This book was actually somewhere between 3 & 4 stars.I read the book in small portions, sort of like a devotional, and loved some chapters and was a little bored with others.It is always good to read stories of commitment, love and honesty. This book delivered all three.


    3. Reading this book is like having a wise older friend share his life experience with you. The valuable lessons that professor Goldingay has learned on what it means to follow God through all of life's ups and downs will enrich your life. They can help us learn to deal with life as it comes, not as we want it to be. He he is able to accept his role as caretaker for his wife, Ann, as a calling from God and is able to see her debilitating illness as a vehicle for her ministry to others. This book is [...]


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