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The Mystery of Death: Reflections on the Spiritual Tradition - Donovan, Jean
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: PAUL & CO, 176 Seiten, L=203mm, B=141mm, H=11mm, Gew.=236gr, [GR: 25440 - TB/Religion/Theologie/Christentum], [SW: - Religion - Theology], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: Jean Donovan offers a Christian understanding of one of life's greatest mysteries -- death. She discourses on the subject and its concomitant issues-evil, pain, suffering, acceptance, and happiness. The result is The Mystery of Death, a probing, theological account of questions that deeply perplex humankind: "Where is God in the face of evil?" And "why does God permit human beings to suffer and die?" Complete with references from the Bible, Dante, and C.S. Lewis, among others, this is a compassionate and scholarly contribution to thanatology. Jean Donovan offers a Christian understanding of one of life's greatest mysteries -- death. She discourses on the subject and its concomitant issues-evil, pain, suffering, acceptance, and happiness. The result is The Mystery of Death, a probing, theological account of questions that deeply perplex humankind: "Where is God in the face of evil?" And "why does God permit human beings to suffer and die?" Complete with references from the Bible, Dante, and C.S. Lewis, among others, this is a compassionate and scholarly contribution to thanatology.

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Jean Donovan--professor, lay minister and crisis worker-offers a Christian understanding of one of life's greatest mysteries - death. In material divided into several cogent and succinct chapters, she discourses on the subject and its concomitant issues-evil, pain, suffering, acceptance, and happiness. The result is The Mystery of Death, a probing, theological account of questions that deeply perplex humankind: "Where is God in the face of evil?" And "why does God permit human beings to suffer and die?" Complete with references from the Bible, Dante, and C.S. Lewis, among others, this is a compassionate and scholarly contribution to thanatology. Written in precise and careful language, this book is recommended for: * Individual readers searching for the meaning of death. * Theological seminaries, medical and nursing schools. * Social workers who work with the sick and the bereaved. * Clergy of all faiths. * Students of psychology. christian books and bibles,death and grief,inspirational,religion and spirituality,self-help,spirituality,suicide,theology Theology, Paulist Pr

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The Mystery of Death: Reflections on the Spiritual Tradition

Jean Donovan offers a Christian understanding of one of life's greatest mysteries -- death. She discourses on the subject and its concomitant issues-evil, pain, suffering, acceptance, and happiness. The result is The Mystery of Death, a probing, theological account of questions that deeply perplex humankind: "Where is God in the face of evil?" And "why does God permit human beings to suffer and die?" Complete with references from the Bible, Dante, and C.S. Lewis, among others, this is a compassionate and scholarly contribution to thanatology.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780809141272
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0809141272
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2003
Editeur: PAUL & CO
176 Pages
Poids: 0,236 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0809141272

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