Power is part of human life. We speak of military, police and economic power. We speak of power in relationships between husbands and wives, and between parents and children. Religious people may speak of being overcome by a spiritual power. The use of the work 'power' is quie fluid. It is related to varied social interactions such as force, influence, authority, control, domination and even violence. When we speak of power as it related to the Christian faith, we seek to interrelate our experience and our use of power with that which concerns us ultimately, our faith in Jesus Christ.
|Title of host publication||Pastor's Bible Study|
|Subtitle of host publication||Volume 1: A new interpreter's Bible study|
|Editors||David Albert Farmer|
|Place of Publication||Nashville|
|Number of pages||27|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|