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Based on the Revised Common Lectionary, The Gift of New Creation explores God's restoration of creation through the death and resurrection of Jesus. It's a seven-session study that includes commentary and reflection on readings from the Old Testament, the Gospels, and the Epistles. Designed for use during the Lenten season of 2016, it helps participants engage in meaningful and life-changing spiritual practices and to offer gratitude for God’s salvation through Jesus Christ.
Number of Pages: 112
Vendor: Abingdon Press
|Publication Date: 2015|
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Listen for Gods invitation to new life offered to us through Christ in this Lenten study based on the Revised Common Lectionary. Youll explore Gods saving and redeeming love and will be prepared to contemplate Gods restoration and new creation through the death and resurrection of Jesus. The Gift of New Creation is written by Thomas Ehrich, known for his winsome theology in On a Journey, a newspaper column loved by 3,300 readers daily.The study includes commentary and reflection on readings from the Old Testament, the Gospels, and the Epistles. It offers the opportunity to explore these Bible readings in a seven-session study. It will help participants understand, appreciate, and engage in meaningful and life-changing spiritual practices and to offer gratitude for Gods salvation through Jesus Christ.
Thomas Ehrich was a staff reporter for the Wall Street Journal for six years. He then went to seminary and was ordained as an Episcopal priest. In 1995 he left parish ministry to join a colleague in founding a computer consulting firm. He now travels widely, writes a syndicated newspaper column, and continues to write winsome theology through On a Journey which he began eight years ago and now distributes to 3,300 readers daily.