Consuming Passion Paperback
Why the Killing of Jesus Really Matters
by Simon Barrow;
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Does the death of Jesus really matter in the modern world? How is it related to the conflict, division, suffering and violence we see around us?
It is the extraordinary contention of Consuming Passion that many Christians have got it wrong about the central meaning of Jesus killing - and that the consequences of this misunderstanding are explosive.
These lively essays challenge the interpretation of cross and atonement in much evangelical and catholic teaching as exemplified by Mel Gibson's film The Passion Of The Christ.
Contributors include: Steve Chalke, Giles Fraser, Jomathan Bartley, James Alison, Michael Northcott, Simon Barrow, Stuart Murray, Ched Myers, Anne Richards, Kevin Scully, Vic Theissen, J. Denny Weaver and David Wood.
Consuming Passion by Simon Barrow was published by Darton Longman & Todd in July 2005 and is our 15324th best seller. The ISBN for Consuming Passion is 9780232526073.
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Details for Consuming Passion
|Author / Artist||Simon Barrow|
|Publisher||Darton Longman & Todd (July 2005)|
|Editor||Simon Barrow;Jonathan Bartley|
|Number of Pages||144|
|Page last updated||27th October 2016|