Vol. 38 No. 1 (2022)
Essays and Narratives

The Holy Spirit Is a Bird in Flight: Reimagining the Sacred with Mark Wallace and Tanya Luhrmann

Sarah Werner
Pathways Theological Institute

Published 2022-12-15

How to Cite

Werner, S. (2022). The Holy Spirit Is a Bird in Flight: Reimagining the Sacred with Mark Wallace and Tanya Luhrmann. The Trumpeter, 38(1), 85–93. Retrieved from https://trumpeter.athabascau.ca/index.php/trumpet/article/view/1767


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