Published: October 1, 2012
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0857621165
ISBN - 13: 9780857621160
From the Publisher
Designed for use alongside the Bible, this book is a navigatinal tool for the modern reader. Both Old and New Testaments are broken down into easy to manage sections - each one containing a narrative summary, key quotations and a helpful commentary to further understanding. Sections are colour coded by theme for easy cross referencing. This provides the reader with an instant frame of knowledge - through which they can explore over-arching themes, the 100s of chapters and the sacred patterns with confidence. An excellent rescource for sermon writing and private contemplation, A Reader's Guide strips down ancient texts for accessibility. So whether you want to trace ideas of worship or quietly reflect on passages concering forgiveness, this comprehensive guide is the perfect companion.
About the Author
Henry Wansbrough is a Benedictine monk based at Ampleforth Abbey in Yorkshire, UK. He is former Chairman of the Oxford University Theology Faculty, and former Master of St. Benet's Hall, Oxford. He lecturess frequently across the globe and is the author of more than 20 books.