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The Eternal Cross

Reflections on the sufferings of Christ [Paperback]

by John Richardson

    • Author

      John Richardson

    • Book Format

      paperback

    • Publisher

      Good Book Company

    • Published

      January 2011

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    The Eternal Cross

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    Product Description

    The cross of Christ is the central image of the Christian faith. How is it that this ancient instrument of torture and death can be seen as a symbol of hope by millions worldwide?

    In these brief meditations, John Richardson reflects on the depth of Jesus' physical and spiritual sufferings on the cross. He shows how the death of Christ points us to a startingly different way of understanding both our own experience of suffering, and God's extraordinary means of transforming it.

    Ideal to work through as Easter approaches.

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    • Author

      John Richardson

    • Book Format

      paperback

    • Publisher

      Good Book Company

    • Published

      January 2011

    • Weight

      43g

    • Page Count

      30

    • Dimensions

      105 x 148 x 3 mm

    • ISBN

      9781904889014

    • ISBN-10

      1904889018

    • Eden Code

      112225

    More Information

    • Author/Creator: John Richardson

    • ISBN: 9781904889014

    • Publisher: Good Book Company

    • Release Date: January 2011

    • Weight: 43g

    • Dimensions: 105 x 148 x 3 mm

    • Eden Code: 112225


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