The Source of Life: The Holy Spirit and the Theology of Life

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THE SOURCE OF LIFE
The Holy Spirit and the Theology of Life

First Fortress Press edition published 1997.

Translated by Margaret Kohl from the German, Die Quelle des
Lebens: Der Heilige Geist und die Theologie des Lebens,
© Chr
Kaiser/Götersloher Verlagshaus, 1997.

English translation copyright © 1997 SCM Press, Ltd., London.
All rights reserved. Except for brief quotations in critical articles
or reviews, no part of this book may be reproduced in any man-
ner without prior written permission from the publisher. Write
to: Permissions, Augsburg Fortress, P.O. Box 1209, Minneapolis,
MN 55440.

Scripture quotations from the Revised Standard Version of the
Bible are copyright © 1946,1952, 1971 by the Division of Christian
Education of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in
the U.S.A. and are used by permission.

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Moltmann, Jürgen.
[Quelle des Lebens. English]
The source of life: the Holy Spirit and the theology of life /
by Jürgen Moltmann; translated by Margaret Kohl.

p. cm.

Includes bibliographical references.

ISBN 0-8006-3099-8

1. Holy Spirit. 2. Life. I. Title.
BT121.2.M6213 1997 97–25134

231’.3—dc21 CIP

Cover design: Brad Norr Design.

Cover graphic: “Black House” (1984; oil pastel) by Jennifer Bartlett.
Bartlett’s works create enigmatic imagery, as in her sensuous
handling of the surface and the wondrous inner light coming forth
from the densely foliated setting. Reproduced with permission of
the St. Louis Art Museum.

AF I-3099

07 10 11

-iv-

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword ix
  • I - Wrestling with God 1
  • II - The Holy Spirit and the Theology of Life 10
  • III - Born Again to a Living Hope 26
  • IV - A Meditation on Hope 38
  • V - The Sanctification of Life 43
  • VI - Charismatic Powers of Life 55
  • VII - Life's New Spirituality 70
  • VIII - In the Fellowship of the Holy Spirit 89
  • IX - There is Enough for Everyone 103
  • X - … and Thou Renewest the Face of the Earth' 111
  • XI - What Are We Doing When We Pray? 125
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 146
  • Index of Names 147
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