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A Great Mystery: Fourteen Wedding Sermons Paperback – December 21, 2006
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About the Author
Peter Leithart holds degrees in English, history, religion, and theology, including a doctorate in theology from Cambridge University. He is a Senior Fellow at New Saint Andrews College and is the pastor of Trinity Reformed Church in Moscow, Idaho. He is the author numerous books on theology and literature, including A House for My Name, Against Christianity, Blessed Are the Hungry, Miniatures and Morals, and more, in addition to articles in journals such as Pro Ecclesia, Journal of Biblical Literature, and Westminster Theological Journal.
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Top Customer Reviews
As a pastor, spring and summers of weekly weddings invite the opportunity to constantly keep our eyes open for new images and metaphors for love, marriage and a group of bible passages that become very familiar connected with the theme. I downloaded this book in the hope that it would give a little mid-wedding season inspiration to some of the bible texts I'm seeing the third, fourth and fifth time already this summer. A few new metaphors and images are always welcome. I was disappointed.
As I said before, Leithart's thoughts, instruction and theology are shared in a clear and cohesive way. But, I was expecting something different. Leithart writes in a much more theology driven and much less the image rich style which would have provided a resource that I would use in the future.