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The Furious Longing of God Hardcover – March 1, 2009
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Imagine a stormy day at sea: your ship yielding to a relentless wind, pummeled by crashing waves, subject to the awesome force of nature. A force that is both fierce and majestic. A power that is nothing short of furious. Such is God's intense love for His children.
The Furious Longing of God is the latest tour de force from beloved author and ragamuffin, Brennan Manning. Hold on tight as you discover the most powerful force in the universe: God's furious longing for you. There is nowhere God won't go to find us. No country too distant. No terrain too treacherous. No risk too great. It is a Father's search for His lost son, His lost daughter. And there are no boundaries to where His love will take Him in order to find us, embrace us, and carry us home! --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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Nevertheless, a great read! Brennan's teachings have very Universalist themes, some people speculate he is a Universalist. I have no problem with that, in fact it's part of the reason I read his book. I can read Brennan's words on love and know that he's not simultaneously believing that billions are condemned to hell. This makes his words hold more weight in a lot of ways. If you're not sure what Universalism is, you might want to check out Hell and Eternity - It's all Greek to me. The Kindle version is free right now (as of this posting) for a few days!
This book also contains a couple personal questions at the end of most chapters, which actually made for a pretty good small group book. It led to some great small group discussion and I highly recommend it in that capacity, as well.