Book , Print in English

When God talks back : understanding the American evangelical relationship with God

T.M. Luhrmann.
  • New York : Vintage Books, 2012.
  • 1st Vintage books ed.
  • xxv, 434 pages ; 21 cm
Local Subjects
  • Psychological anthropologist Luhrmann offers an extended case study examining how believers come to have faith in an active, present God despite secular pressures in contemporary America. Drawing on extensive interviews and personal experience among Vineyard Movement members, Luhrmann focuses on the use of prayer among charismatic evangelical Christians. Her work combines personal narratives and excerpts from bestselling evangelical how-to guides with theories and data from psychology.
  • note: ch. One Invitation
  • ch. Two Is That You, God?
  • ch. Three Let's Pretend
  • ch. Four Developing Your Heart
  • ch. Five Learning from the Experts
  • ch. Six Lord, Teach Us to Pray
  • ch. Seven Skill of Prayer
  • ch. Eight But Are They Crazy?
  • ch. Nine Darkness
  • ch. Ten Bridging the Gap.
Other information
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • OCLC
  • 9780307277275
  • 0307277275
Identifying numbers
  • OCLC: 816075430
  • OCLC: 816075430