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Together in one special volume, selections from the best of beloved bestselling author C. S. Lewis’s classic works for readers contemplating the "grand miracle" of Jesus’s resurrection. Preparing for Easter is a concise, handy companion for the faithful of all Christian traditions and the curious to help them deepen their knowledge and consideration of this holy season—a time of reflection as we consider Jesus’s sacrifice and his joyous rise from the dead. Carefully curated, each selection in Preparing for Easter draws on a major theme in Lewis’s writings on the Christian life, as well as others that consider why we can have confident faith in what happened on the cross.
Together in one special volume, selections from the best of beloved, bestselling author C. S. Lewis’s classic works for readers contemplating the ‘grand miracle’ of Jesus’s resurrection.
C.S. Lewis wrote many great words, but not everything you see with his name on it is from the famed author of the Narnia books. Seventy-five quotations are presented that have an association in one way or another with a host of names, including: Ryan Seacrest, Anthony Hopkins, Max Lucado, Rick Warren, and Tim Allen! Learn the three most common ways Lewis is misrepresented: 1.Falsely Attributed Quotes: Expressions that are NOT by him. 2.Paraphrased: Words that are ALMOST what he said. 3.Out of Context: Material he wrote, but are NOT QUITE what he believed. This book doesn't stop there. Also discover what Lewis actually said that is related to the presented misquotes. Those new to Lewis and the more serious reader of his works will grow in their appreciation of a writer that is not only quotable, but obviously misquotable!
In his spiritual memoir, Wiggins relates a personal story of redemption, but one in which he seeks to engage the reader by touching on universal themes.
Road Sign Gospel tells the story of Luke. It begins at the beginning of his Gospel with the reason he's writing - to make an account of all that happened for his dear friend, Jesus Christ. The difference in this telling of the story is the use of common road signs. They guide us. The book takes the reader through the entire Gospel story, stopping a few times to check in with Dr. Luke, of course. It is told in the present tense as if Luke were passing by and observing all the events that happen from Jesus' birth to his ascension. Each page displays vivid art and text with the clever use of road signs to tell the story of the Gospel of Luke.
This is a companion guide to "The Ceremonies Of The Eucharist: A Guide To Celebration", for small to medium-size Episcopal churches.

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