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Creaturehood, Sonship, and Performed Humanity: Prayer and Theological Anthropology

Creaturehood, Sonship, and Performed Humanity: Prayer and Theological Anthropology

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)