God with Us Hardback

Rediscovering the Meaning of Christmas

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God with Us

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This book of Advent and Christmas meditations is a gift of rare depth and beauty. Christmas is the season most difficult to grasp and understand in all its spiritual richness. The sentimentality and commercialism that dominate the season tend to obscure the profound mystery at its heart: the Incarnation. God With Us provides the perfect way to slow down and reconnect with the litugical and sacramental traditions that illuminate the meaning of Christmas and the Incarnation and bring it down to earth. Featuring daily meditations for the complete seasons of Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany, contributors Scott Cairns, Emilie Griffin, Richard John Neuhaus, Kathleen Norris, Eugene Peterson, and Luci Shaw offer a tapestry of reflection, Scripture, prayer and history. These profound words are enhanced by classic and contemporary art masterpieces carefully selected by the editors. God With Us: Rediscovering the Meaning of Christmas will make anyone's journey to the stable in Bethlehem and the child in the manger utterly unforgettable.

God with Us was published by Paraclete Press in December 2007 and is our 43570th best seller. The ISBN for God with Us is 9781557255419.

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Page last updated 17th October 2016
Book FormatHardback
PublisherParaclete Press (December 2007)
Weight739g
Number of Pages164
Thickness23 mm
Height235 mm
Width187 mm
ISBN9781557255419
ISBN-101557255415
Product Code1177827
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