Book Review of W. Bingham Hunter’s “The God Who Hears”

Posted: August 8, 2008 by Rick Hogaboam in Book Reviews
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The God Who Hears

Prof. Hunter doesn’t deal in a shallow fashion with prayer, but engages the major theological mysteries concerning prayer with a scholars mind and a prayers’ heart. The book is easy to read and I felt as if Prof. Hunter was having a conversation with me.

The insights on questions such as: “Does prayer change God’s mind?”; “What can I tell an all-knowing God?”; “Why pray to a God who lets people hurt?” were all satisfactorily dealt with. I highly commend this book and consider it one of the best I have read on a vast list of books dealing with the topic of prayer.

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