Table of Contents Chapter 1- Introduction Chapter 2-Orality, Neuroscience, Performance and Emotions Chapter 3-Prayer as Divine Experience in 4 Ezra Chapter 4-Prayer as Divine Experience in John's Apocalypse Chapter 5-Conclusion Bibliography
David Seal (PhD Regent University) is an instructor of religion at Lansing Community College and is also currently teaching in the Professional and Graduate program at Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, MI. He has written several scholarly articles in biblical studies.
How does biblical prayer move us and transform our lives? How does scriptural praying open up or break through the heavens to touch the heart of the transcendent God? How does God generate joy in our spirit, nurture confidence in our souls, and instill hope in our lives through prayer even in apocalyptic times? David Seal's interdisciplinary study not only helps us to feel these questions through his examination of 4 Ezra and Revelation but also leads us to hear afresh divine answers in these texts. Take up-read-listen, and then be ready to pray like you've never prayed before! -- Amos Yong, Regent University School of Divinity, Virginia Beach, VA