Beings and Doings: An allegory of God's love by S.L. McGregorBeings and Doings: An allegory of God's love by S.L. McGregor

Beings and Doings: An allegory of God's love

byS.L. McGregor

Paperback | October 31, 2016

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In an allegorical alternative universe the author beautifully summarises Genesis and the Gospels in a masterful depiction of the infinite love of God and the deception that twisted a planet's perceptions. Fast-paced and insightful, this elegantly written little book is guaranteed to provoke thought and potentially change lives through its unique and enchanting depiction of the nature of God, Trinitarian love, the Incarnation, the Cross and the Resurrection. Simple yet theologically sound, it will delight adults and young people alike.


Born in Toronto and raised in South Africa, novelist and ghost writer S.L. McGregor is an adventurer and globe trotter who sailed the world for seven years on a catamaran, was a missionary in Africa, an artist, restauranteur, youth pastor, and coordinator of a charity for street children in Cape Town - to name but a few. She has also c...
Title:Beings and Doings: An allegory of God's loveFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 7 × 5 × 0.34 inPublished:October 31, 2016Publisher:Sherrilou McGregorLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:295586630X

ISBN - 13:9782955866306

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Endorsement by C. Baxter Kruger, Ph.D.

Editorial Reviews

"It takes creative genius to tell an old and familiar story in a way that gives us eyes to see what we have missed. McGregor has done just that and more. She has given us the eyes of a child. I was mesmerized by this story. It haunted my soul, yet bathed it in wonder. 'Beings and Doings' is beautifully written and simple, yet theologically profound and psychologically astute. This is a book that carries the healing care of the Holy Spirit. Brilliant!' -C. Baxter Kruger, Ph.D., theologian and author of the international bestseller 'The Shack Revisited.'