This volume reawakens Christians to the signiﬁcance of Jesus being a real person who died on a cross. Noted biblical scholar, revered teacher, and famous author Wilfred J. Harrington writes movingly and with profound insight about Jesus as a human being. Harrington describes the life of Jesus, his concerns for the poor and the oppressed, his traits of compassion and forgiveness, the rejection that he suffered, and the “Triumph of Failure” that the theology of the cross embodies. Key Features: – Teaches about the humanity of Jesus by examining his life and personality – Reconciles prodigious elements of Christology with the vulnerability of Jesus on the Cross – Opens a window into the heart of Christianity through the humanity of Jesus.
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Praying The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius
every praying of the spiritual exercise of st. Ignatius involves an intensely personal encounter between the individual and God. as such the exercise encourages silent listening to the still, small voice of God within offering personal guidance and encouragement on the road to transformation in Christ. read this book and get refilled
The Imitation of Christ
this book is classic with commentary, a series in the Christian classics line devoted to rediscovering classic Christian literature, mines the depths of the rich tradition of Christian spirituality. Critical translations, accompanied by timely and accessible commentary and probing questions, revitalize these works for a new generation.
The five wounds of Jesus and personal transformation
For more than two millennia, the five wounds of Christ crucified have elicited a profound response on the part of artists and musicians and saints the world over.
Saint Augustine Marriage and Virginity
This volume is to be commended on several points. The translation itself is in eminently readable, clear English that should be accessible to anyone interested in Augustine.... The general introduction does an excellent job of placing these works in the context of Augustine's career, showing how Augustine reacts to controversies with the Manichees, Jovinian, Jerome, and the Pelagians, while maintaining a commitment to the threefold goods of marriage - procreation, fidelity, and sacrament.