The Holy Spirit and Christian Ethics in the Theology of Klaus Bockmuehl
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"Long have I pondered what it would be to live, as Jesus promised, 'life in all its fullness.' What Annette Glaw provides here is so much more than an excellent and timely study of Klaus Bockmuehl. What she offers here is the tangible hope of a life lived, utterly transformed by the unconditional love of God, so that all relationships, even with oneself, are the gracious, loving fruit of a beautiful, loving God--an abundant life indeed!"
--Susan Sainsbury, Mattersey Hall College
"This is a fascinating book that tackles key issues of Christian spirituality. It gives practical answers to questions like: how can one live a life empowered by the spirit of God? The answers are developed in a thorough engagement with the work of Klaus Bockmuehl. In the end, Annette Glaw presents a profound perspective on the relational work of the holy spirit, which provides a fresh impetus for both spiritual life as well as the academic study of pneumatology and ethics."
--Volker Rabens, Friedrich Schiller University Jena
"This is an exceptional book; it introduces us for the first time to a much-neglected thinker. It also equips us with an understanding of how the church can live ethically in power--through its love relationship with the Father. In both respects, it has much to offer its reader and the wider contemporary church."
--From the foreword by Graham McFarlane, London School of Theology