"Rutledge is far more than a simple preacher. She conveys superb theology,"---Living Church. On Good Friday we remember Christ's suffering on the cross and his ultimate victory over death. These seven meditations masterfully connect the ancient sayings to modern concerns. 64 pages, softcover. Eerdmans.
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Date:February 25, 2010
Friends, I first found this book in a public libaray. I read the entire book in 2 hrs. This included time to stop and think about some of the concepts the author presented. Because a recent deep personal experience with forgiveness, those parts of the book, whicn delt with that concept was especially meaninful. I have recommemded this book to my church for a Lenten study. I don't know what the action status is. During the week after I read the boodk my whole outlook on Christ's suffering and what it actualy means for me was wonderful. The author presents her ideas clearly, consicely. and if a most pertinet way so that real life appication is possible. It is a book one has to read several times to get the fullnes and richness of the authors insights completely internalized. Thank you for having it