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Passion: Contemporary Writers on the Story of Calvary.


Passion: Contemporary Writers on the Story of Calvary

Edited by Oliver Larry Yarbrough

Orbis Books


144 pages



Yarbrough presents students, academics, and general-interest readers with a collection of contemporary renditions and examinations of the story of Christ and the crucifixion. The collection is made up five works by a diverse group of authors, including Julia AlvarezAEs Fifteen Stations in the Passion According to Mark, John ElderAEs MatthewAEs Gospel: Galilean Tenderness Under a Warming Sky, Jay PariniAEs Reading JohnAEs Passion: Narrative, in the Fourth Gospel, Stephanie Salda[+ or -]aAEs My Week of Sorrows: Reading the Gospel of Luke in Jerusalem, and Elizabeth CookAEs Working on The Passion of Jesus of Nazareth: oThereAEs beggary in the love that can be reckonAEdo. Oliver Larry Yarbrough is a faculty member of Middlebury College, Vermont. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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