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Come and Seek the Ways of Wisdom

Come and seek the ways of Wisdom

Author: Ruth Duck (1993)
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: Recording

Author: Ruth Duck

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Drawing on numerous scriptural images of Wisdom (Greek: Sophia), especially in Proverbs, this text offers an alternative perspective on Trinitarian theology. The Wisdom tradition has played a role in Christian mysticism for centuries, as witnessed by the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.



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Text InfoAudio

Glory to God #174

More Voices #10

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