Station of the Cross: Sixty Reflections on Life and Faith

Station of the Cross: Sixty Reflections on Life and Faith

by Robert W. Guffey Jr.
     
 
Written in a hopeful, honest, thoughtful, yet sometimes humorous, tone, Station of the Cross is a collection of sixty reflections on faith and life by an author who is an experienced pastor, writer, husband, father and friend. FROM THE INTRODUCTION "Is there a God Can we know God Is God worth knowing What kind of God is this, really, who Christians claim is a personal

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Written in a hopeful, honest, thoughtful, yet sometimes humorous, tone, Station of the Cross is a collection of sixty reflections on faith and life by an author who is an experienced pastor, writer, husband, father and friend. FROM THE INTRODUCTION "Is there a God Can we know God Is God worth knowing What kind of God is this, really, who Christians claim is a personal God and one who cares for the person, the person in society and community So what "When I think about those questions, I find that it is not the answers to those questions but the unexpected glimpses of transcendence in the temporal that keep me going. It's the occasional breaking through of the numinous-of the character and presence of the divine-that points me again toward that which is pure, best and luminous in life.... [and] enough light to keep walking another step along the way."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781257195831
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
06/02/2011
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
457 KB

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