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Publication Date: 20 Nov 2008
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Page Count: 96
Author: Stephen Cottrell
ISBN-13: 9780281060801, 9780281062928

The Things He Carried

By Stephen Cottrell
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Summary
The narrative of Holy Week is powerful and painful, and because we know how the story ends it's easy to gloss over the difficult details, and stay in the comfort zone of our understanding. Stephen Cottrell brings home, vividly and poignantly, the physical reality of the passion story. This is a book to stimulate thought, provoke discussion and create space for contemplation.

‘In order to understand the cross you need to stand under it . . . with the imagination as well as the mind . . . This book aims to help in that process . . . But however you use it – on your own or with others – I hope you will receive some small appreciation of just how much the cross weighs, and maybe even pick it up yourself.’
From the Introduction
About the Author
Stephen Cottrell is Bishop of Chelmsford and was formally Bishop of Reading. He has written widely about evangelism, spirituality and discipleship. Among his recent books are Walking Backwards to Christmas (2014), The Things He Said (2009), The Nail: Being part of the Passion (2011) and Christ in the Wilderness: Reflecting on the paintings by Stanley Spencer (2012), all published by SPCK.

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