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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 176

Size: 5.5 x 0.8 x 8.5 inches

Publisher: Columba Press

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Come and See: Lectio Divina with John's Gospel

by Silvester O'Flynn

€12.99

    Notify Me

       

Those encountering scripture study for the first time are drawn by the appeal of stories like the wedding at Cana or the encounter of Jesus with the woman at the well. Short phrases like ""Come and see"" or ""Peace I leave you"" or the great ""I am"" statements of Jesus resound in the memory. Silvester O'Flynn encourages the beginner to come with him to some of the deeper treasures of the gospel. He shows how our understanding of the text is enriched by paying attention to the context of the Jewish feasts mentioned. The book follows the process of Lectio Divina in three steps: an explanatory commentary on the text, connecting the text with questions of today, an example of how to pray out of the text.

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