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Companions on the Bethlehem Road: Daily readings and reflections for the Advent journey

Companions on the Bethlehem Road: Daily readings and reflections for the Advent journey
This book of daily Bible readings and reflections for Advent and Christmas is based around spiritual insights gleaned from some of the best-loved poets of the past - Eliot, Herbert, Tennyson and Auden, among others.
Our Price: £7.99
ISBN/EAN: 9780857460653
Stock: 2
Publisher: BRF
Author: Rachel Boulding
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While the poets come from different ages and backgrounds, they wrestled with the same questions that we do, about God, love, hope, and suffering. This book is not a literary study of their work, but a quest to see what they can tell us about life and faith today. Their poems are quoted in short sections, with suggestions about what they might mean for us now. It often seems that in poetry, our deepest yearnings can come to the surface. As we travel the road to Christmas in the company of these great poets, we will find our minds enlarged and our hearts touched with something of the wonder and joy of this special season.
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