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Looking Through the Cross: The Archbishop of Canterbury's Lent Book 2014 Kindle Edition
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Tomlin is a very clear writer who weaves together insights from a vast array of sources in order to shed light on the implications of the cross for Christians. He draws on the bible, history, theology, literature and current affairs with a real lightness of touch that does justice to the subject and encourages the reader to take the risk of engaging more deeply Jesus' call to take up our own cross and follow him.
I read it as an e-book and it has been sloppily proof-read somewhere along the line. At points it seemed there was a typo on almost every other page.
Despite this, a really stimulating read.
Although the book was intended for Lent study 2014, it is deffinitely a book of all seasons, a book that can be, and should be read any time, and again and again. It can also be dipped into as needed. Tomlin has done a great job.
I strongly recommend the book.
The book is loyal to its stated objective of looking at life through the cross - i.e our sharing in both the crucifixion and the resurrection of Christ - and uses this insight to unpack some of Paul's richest and most stirring writing.
I would agree with others' comments that the kindle version needs to be proof read and corrected.
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