Strangely Warmed: A Lighter Lent Paperback
The Mowbray Lent Book 2010
by Andrew Rumsey;
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Strangely Warmed: A Lighter Lent
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Each piece takes a wry look at the world and reflects on the questions of faith that arise from the everyday - the advertising slogan, the bus journey, the church jumble sale...Drawing on the ingredients of scripture, theology and philosophy, "Strangely Warmed" aims to make serious doctrinal points with a lightness of touch, offering bite-sized morsels to be enjoyably chewed over, in the hope that this will lead to a deeper reflection on, and appreciation of, Christian faith.
Strangely Warmed: A Lighter Lent by Andrew Rumsey was published by Continuum in December 2009 and is our 18638th best seller. The ISBN for Strangely Warmed: A Lighter Lent is 9781441130686.
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Strangely WarmedMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
Strangely Warmed is a collection of short pieces which take a wry look at the world and reflects on questions of faith from the everyday. The advertising slogan, the church jumble sale, the Routemaster bus: all can unexpectedly bring us closer to God. Publisher
I have used that quote because I could not put it any better. As Tom Wright says in his review ‘You will laugh out loud one minute and want to pray out loud the next’. Yes! I did! Not your usual Lent book but none the worse for that.
Andrew Rumsey obviously loves life and his part in the world around him. He finds humour in much of it but gives plenty of pause for thought in these pieces too. Don’t be put off by the small print as I nearly was, it is well worth reading.
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Details for Strangely Warmed: A Lighter Lent
|Page last updated||23rd January 2014|
|Author / Artist||Andrew Rumsey|
|Publisher||Continuum (December 2009)|
|Number of Pages||128|