How is prayer possible? How does prayer work? Why is it necessary to ask for God's gifts? Intercessory Prayer attempts to provide answers to questions about the nature of intercessory prayer. Critically examining biblical teaching and modern theological and philosophical thinking, this book shows how intercessory prayer may be seen as one of the means by which God enlists the freely-given cooperation of human persons in the realisation of the divine purpose. Clements-Jewery adopts a process view of the universe to show how intercession both makes certain possibilities greater and strengthens the likelihood of response, so that people who pray may have every confidence that their prayers will make a difference to the world through the God who both influences and is influenced by the creation.
Philip Clements-Jewery is a Baptist Minister in Huddersfield, UK.
' This book on intercessory prayer presents both a good survey of thinking on the subject within Protestant theologies and an interesting theological theory that is the author's own... As a work of process thought, the book is coherently and cogently developed, and the questions are well worth pondering.' Worship