Lent for Everyone
Luke Year C
by Tom Wright
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Lent for Everyone
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A Lent lectionary resource using Tom Wright's For Everyone Bible translation, this is the first in a three-volume series to cover the three years of the Revised Common Lectionary. For each day of Lent, there is a reading chosen from the Gospel designated for the year, plus a reflection by Tom Wright.
Lent for Everyone by Tom Wright was published by SPCK in December 2009 and is our 10538th best seller. The ISBN for Lent for Everyone is 9780281062201.
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Reviewed by Mary Bartholomewvia The Good Book Stall
Using his own translation of the New Testament as used in his ‘For Everyone’ series of commentaries, Tom Wright has taken passages from Luke – the Gospel used in the present year of the Common lectionary – and written meditations on these themes to lead us through the days of Lent, Sundays included.
His hope is that as the use of the Common Lectionary brings the different denominations closer together, mixed groups will be able to use this book to draw them closer together, or individuals from many churches studying the same words can also help in this aim.
As ever with Bp Wright’s writing I found his words easy to understand and a delight to study, and reading through, albeit quickly as a reviewer must, found much to slow me down and think about prayerfully. Re-reading more slowly during Lent will be a very fruitful exercise.
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|Page last updated||13th February 2010|
|Author / Artist||Tom Wright|
|Publisher||SPCK (December 2009)|
|Number of Pages||144|