Drawing Near to God When God Seems Far Away - Lecture Audio

From Spiritual Formation Lecture Series

Dr. John Coe discusses seasons of desolation, seeking to answer why Christians experience periods of dryness.

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  • John H Coe  

    • Professor of Philosophy and Spiritual Theology
    • Director of the Institute for Spiritual Formation

In this collection

  • Drawing Near to God When God Seems Far Away - Paper

    Professor John Coe offers his own academic paper that approaches the concept of the dark night of the soul through a three-fold lens of biblical, psychological, and experiential perspectives.

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    12. Drawing Near to God When God Seems Far Away - Lecture Audio

    by John H Coe

    129:16 — August 2, 2010

    Drawing Near to God When God Seems Far Away - Lecture Audio

    Dr. John Coe discusses seasons of desolation, seeking to answer why Christians experience periods of dryness.

  • 13. Going on with God in Dark Nights - Outline

    by John H Coe

    8 pages — August 2, 2010

    Going on with God in Dark Nights - Outline

    Professor John Coe provides the outline to accompany his lecture on the dark night of the soul.

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    • Chris Ahrens
    • over 3 years ago

    This lecture series is excellent. I recommend all Christians listen to these, whether they are in seminary or not. The Lord has given Dr. Coe deep insights into the Christian soul. Spiritual Formation has been a gap in my own spiritual journey and Dr. Coe's course, along with the lecture series, has forced me to search my own heart and see things that I didn't even know were there. "How shocking!"

    • Sandy
    • over 3 years ago

    I could not get the lecture audio to play. I double clicked on the title and on the audio symbol.
    Can you help me?

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