Forty short, undated readings from Paul's letters making it ideal for Lent reading but also accessible throughout the year. This title features thoughtful and insightful commentary which is suitable for new and established Christians alike. It is an ideal confirmation or baptism gift, or gift for new Christians. It was published to coincide with the Year of Paul (28 June 2008 to 27 June 2009) declared by Pope Benedict. It is suitable for the people wanting to read something about Paul in this special anniversary; those looking for undated Bible readings, new Christians and is also suitable as a gift book for special occasions.The famous words of the great apostle Paul have inspired Christians of every generation to take to their hearts his teachings and follow his example of deep, undying love for Jesus. Now, with the help of this little book, you too can join that company of followers and learn some of the great lessons of life from Paul's school of discipleship. Henry Wansborough has distilled a lifetime of his own learning into this series of 40 compact and compelling meditations.
Drawing on each of Paul's major letters, they will lead you to a richer understanding of his life and legacy, and so become a closer, more faithful, more lively follower of Jesus.
Dom Henry Wansbrough, OSB, is General Editor of the New Jerusalem Bible, and is based at Ampleforth Abbey in Yorkshire, having formerly been Master of St Benet's Hall in Oxford. Author of several books, he is fluent in 9 languages and recognised worldwide as an expert on the Bible. He is also a broadcaster and has been a contributor to New Daylight and Guidelines.