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Lazarus, Come Forth!: How Jesus Confronts the Culture of Death and Invites Us into the New Life of Peace Paperback – November 1, 2011
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We each need read this profound meditation upon our Faith in Life and Peace and Love and Nonviolence as our Advent reading this year, and so come forth to live in truth, integrally, the Gospel we profess, of nonviolence, of Life.
Those readers who have not seen the many other works by the great and Reverend Father John Dear SJ may find within this volume of about 177 pages may discover herein the culmination of his decades of dedicated ministry to our Church, practicing peace through direct nonviolent action courageously, in the footsteps of his brother Jesuit priest, the Reverend Father Daniel Berrigan, of the Catonsville Nine, author most recently of The Kings and Their Gods: The Pathology of Power and of many other works of exegesis on the Old Testament in the light of our present condition, spiritual and political, as well as works of poetry.Read more ›
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A powerful writer especially for this day and age. I wish all had his way of thinking. The world would be a better place to live in as we wait to get to our maker in heaven.Published 8 months ago by Karen Odero
If you are looking for some depth and perhaps a different take on the Lazarus pericope, look here. Dear's exegesis is stellar and you will also find great historical illustrations... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Trudy L. Franzen
This is a very good book to explain the Gospel of John. I just have a bit of trouble with some of the higher theological ideas but overall found the book very uplifting.Published on April 1, 2013 by Carol A. Boulanger
This book was philosophically strong. The conviction of the author on social justice issues of peace and non-violence were riveting to read. Read morePublished on March 10, 2013 by Patten Terry