Lectio Divina Paperback

From God's Word to Our Lives

by Enzo Bianchi;


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Lectio Divina

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The Bible is ancient, enigmatic, and from a culture vastly different from our own. That's why most of us find it hard to read. So how can we understand its importance in the church, and how can it enrich our lives? Central to lectio divina is the conviction that to read the Bible faithfully and prayerfully is to learn an ancient art - by entering into dialogue with the God who speaks to each of us through the biblical page. Enzo Bianchi touches on the essentials of the history of lectio, from the brilliant thinker Origen in the third century to the development of historical criticism in the modern era. He explains how to do lectio and how to understand and implement its four "moments" - lectio, meditatio, oratio, contemplatio. This is not simply a book about how to approach the Bible, because Scripture ultimately wants to lead us beyond itself, to the truth and mystery of Christ that can never be captured fully in the written word.

Lectio Divina by Enzo Bianchi was published by Paraclete Press in April 2015 and is our 64448th best seller. The ISBN for Lectio Divina is 9781612616421.

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Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherParaclete Press (April 2015)
Weight173g
Number of Pages128
Thickness13 mm
Height203 mm
Width137 mm
ISBN9781612616421
ISBN-101612616429
Product Code4457051
Page last updated 6th October 2017
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