NEW: The Divine Heart of God the Father in Scripture

The Divine Heart of God the Father in ScriptureHope and Life Press is pleased to announce the release of the sixth ebook titled The Divine Heart of God the Father in Scripture in our new Christianity Book Series. 

God the Father is a divine spirit. Unlike His only-begotten Son, Jesus Christ, who became the God-Man through the Incarnation, the Heavenly Father cannot be said to have a heart in the human sense of the term. Yet, throughout Scripture, the Father has often referred to His Heart within the context of His relationship with humanity. This book provides a factual overview of the 28 references that can be found in Sacred Scripture about the Divine Heart of God the Father, both in the Old Testament and in the New Testament. These references are derived from and presented in a side-by-side comparison from three major Scripture sources, namely the Latin Vulgate, the Septuagint (LXX), and the Masoretic Text (Yahwist Source).

The Hope and Life Press Christianity Series ebooks are available directly from the publishers and the usual book outlets including Amazon.

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NEW: The Divine Heart of God the Father in Scripture

NEWS: Hope and Life Press presents Christopher Villiers

Christopher Villiers
Christopher Villiers

Hope and Life Press are proud to present our latest and youngest author, Christopher Villiers, with Sonnets from the Spirit, a book of 52 reflective sonnets based on various episodes from Scripture, illustrated with major works of sacred art. Sonnets from the Spirit will be released by Hope and Life Press in paperback and ebook editions during the 2015 Christmas season.

Villiers is a British theologian who has written about religious matters for a wide variety of publications, both academic and popular. He holds the Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Theology from Durham University, United Kingdom, with a specialization in the history of Christian doctrine. His postgraduate thesis addressed the Divine impassibility in the theology of Saint Cyril of Alexandria, with reference to modern theological debates deriving from biblical, historical and philosophical scholarship. Villiers is a practicing Catholic with an interest in ecumenism, particularly in relation to the Eastern Orthodox churches. He writes on a regular basis for the ecumenical theological journal Sobornost. Villiers is the winner of the 2008 Jean Cowling Prize in Theology and the first prize-winner of the 2015 Sonnets for Shakespeare Poetry Award.

NEWS: Hope and Life Press presents Christopher Villiers