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Lee Roy Martin, The Unheard Voice of God: A Pentecostal Hearing of the Book of Judges

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This review offers a quite positive appraisal of the book by Lee Roy Martin. In terms of both perspective and substance, the book is a model for faithful scripture interpretation. Martin works from a perspective that moves quickly through critical matters to theological disclosure, a move congruent with his Pentecostal locus. In terms of substance his textual analysis exposits a God who is powerfully in tension between sovereign requirement and gracious attentiveness. Martin honors that tension as a crucial theological datum. I applaud his resistance to any dissolving of that tension.


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