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Ben Quashs Lent book is a tremendous piece of writing which challenges and inspires in equal measure. It is full of profound but accessible theological insights which give pause for prayerful thought. --Theology
Ben Quash is Professor of Christian Theology and the Arts at King's College London, UK.
Too much like hard work to make it worth the effort.
Yes, I get that Christianity can be complicated at times and that over-simplification serves no one... Read more
This is a book to which one will return after this Lent. A brilliant combination of art and faith - thanks to the author and Rowan Williams!Published 22 months ago by Organist
Some parts of the book touched me profoundly, but I felt a little contrived in some respects where practically every subject was drawn it. Read morePublished on 12 Sept. 2013 by Sister Meg
This is a very thought provoking book for Christians to follow in a discussion group - not for reading without discussion. Read morePublished on 29 July 2013 by Brenda Hill
Lent books are often rather forced. This one has been worth re-reading later in the spring. Quash is a philosopher who has sensitivity and style, and who knows where wisdom is to... Read morePublished on 12 May 2013 by Laurence Target
I bought this on the recommendation of the Archbishop - not personally, you understand! It is well written with the assumption that the reader can understand complex language and... Read morePublished on 29 April 2013 by Square Peg
We are all familiar with the expression; `to settle down` in connection with a committed human relationship. Read morePublished on 23 April 2013 by macdonald
Easy to see why this was the last Archbishop of Canterbury's chosen Lent book for this year. Practical and at the same time 'not of this world' as title suggests.Published on 18 April 2013 by Rev. Derek Booth
Started out well, but very cerebral and abstract for an ancient grandmother. Recommendation by Archbishop Rowan should have told me it would not be easy.Published on 27 Mar. 2013 by Margaret Meads