Becoming God's Beloved in the Company of Friends: A Spirituality of the Fourth Gospel - eBook
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Becoming God's Beloved in the Company of Friends: A Spirituality of the Fourth Gospel - eBook  -     By: Mary Margaret Pazdan

Becoming God's Beloved in the Company of Friends: A Spirituality of the Fourth Gospel - eBook

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Title: Becoming God's Beloved in the Company of Friends: A Spirituality of the Fourth Gospel - eBook
By: Mary Margaret Pazdan
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Cascade Books
Publication Date: 2007
ISBN: 9781498270441
ISBN-13: 9781498270441
Stock No: WW110745EB

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Becoming God's Beloved in the Company of Friends offers a fresh perspective and invites persons to develop a personal and communal Christian spirituality. It offers a way to deepen commitment to live as a disciple of Jesus personally and with others. It bridges the gap between a first-century biblical text and twenty-first-century readers who hunger for genuine spirituality today. Each chapter focuses on a few stories and a few teachings to illustrate a particular characteristic of becoming a disciple.

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Mary Margaret Pazdan, OP, is Professor of Biblical Studies at Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis. She is coauthor of Wind, Earth and Fire: Biblical and Theological Perspectives in Creation (2004).

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