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Looking through the Cross is the Archbishop of Canterbury's Lent Book for 2014. In the introduction Graham Tomlin writes, `This book is an act of two kinds of looking - looking at and looking through'. In the first two chapters he looks at the cross, first, as the place where God's wisdom is revealed in apparent foolishness and, second, where God heals the wound at the...
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Well worth reading and re-reading during Lent. Through the lens of the Cross it focuses on nine areas: Wisdom, Evil, Power,
Identity, Suffering, Ambition, Failure, Reconciliation and Life.
There is only one, passing, reference to Divine Judgment but that is a teaching avoided by all these days. Our Lord did not shrink from it (sheep and goats, wheat and tares...
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4.0 out of 5 stars Lent Book, 11 Mar 2014
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This review is from: Looking Through the Cross: The Archbishop of Canterbury's Lent Book 2014 (Kindle Edition)
Worth studying carefully to understand the essentials of Christianity, but it needs quite a lot of prior knowledge, so not for beginners
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