And the Name Wore Sandals is not written for those complacent souls who have been satisfied to remain within the outer court of redemption, justification, and even sanctification. Nor is it written to those who rest satisfied in the holy place of prayer, Christian fellowship, and Biblical study. Authored by Cynthia Seigart Bryan, it is targeted to those thirsting souls who will settle for nothing less than entering into the most holy place to behold the transforming glory of a resplendent God, seated upon his throne. The veil has been rent from top to bottom and we are beckoned to enter.
A blend of science, philosophy, and scripture, And the Name Wore Sandals encourages Christians to approach the cloud of the unknowable and discover the God behind his ageless divine Hebraic names disclosed within the pages of the Old Testament. Not just one singular name, for all that is involved in this matchless infinite being cannot be fully contained in one name.
This analysis shows how each name, like a wondrous prism, refracts his holy and effulgent glory into a kaleidoscope of personal meaning to be gazed upon and embraced.