Prayer, as a performance of the divine-human covenantal relationship, is one that provides the basis for human-human (and human-creation) covenantal living and transports it into the Divine Life. The practice of prayer acknowledges humanity’s inability to labour fruitfully apart from God’s labour. (Ps 127)
What worries me is that our ethical discernment is based upon our communal conceptualization of the “God of Justice” – a god that often looks radically different than the God revealed in Jesus Christ.
Stephen D. Morrison has done an outstanding job in proving to the reader perhaps unacquainted with T. F. Torrance that he is a theologian we cannot afford to ignore.