Drawn from his hugely popular columns in the British Church Times, and with new unpublished material, N.T. Wright's Twelve Months of Sundays weaves together scholarship, history, and fresh insights into the world and language of the Bible to add richness and a deeper understanding of the lectionary readings.
Covering all the Sundays and major festivals for years A, B, and C in the lectionary cycle, this core resource by the renowned Anglican church leader, author, and scholar offers a brief commentary and reflection for each reading. Each section cites the lectionary references and offers a starting pint for understanding the texts, drawing out points of connection between them. This book can be particularly useful in preparation for Sunday worship, for sermon preparation, or by anyone who wants regular and straightforward Bible study throughout the year.
Covering all the Sundays and major festivals of all three years in the lectionary cycle, renowned scholar Tom Wright offers reflections on the readings in the Revised Common Lectionary for Years A, B & C.
Drawn from his hugely popular columns in the British Church Times, and with new material, Twelve Months of Sundays weaves together scholarship, history and insights into the world and language of the Bible to add richness and a deeper understanding of the Word of the Lord.
N. T. (Tom) Wright is the Bishop of Durham in the Church of England. He is a prolific author and noted New Testament scholar. He has written more than thirty books, both at the scholarly level (including Jesus and the Victory of God, The Resurrection of the Son of God, and The Meaning of Jesus) and for a popular audience (including Simply Christian, The Meal Jesus Gave Us (WJK), and Who Was Jesus?).
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