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It's hard to go wrong with 40 essays and poems from theological writers such as Dietrich Bonhoeffer,

Dorothy Day, Madeleine L'Engle, Martin Luther, Kathleen Norris, Henri Nouwen, Philip Yancey, Karl

Barth and Síren Kierkegaard. These are not frivolous, feel-good Advent readings; they are deep,

sometimes jarring reflections, many with a strong orientation toward social justice (other authors include

liberationists Leonardo Boff, Gustavo Guti‚rrez and Oscar Romero). 'The love that descended to

Bethlehem is not the easy sympathy of an avuncular God, but a burning fire whose light chases away every

shadow, floods every corner, and turns midnight into noon,' explain the editors. This collection, born of

obvious passion and graced with superb writing, is a welcome even necessary addition to the glutted holiday

bookshelves. Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information, Inc. Read more It's hard to go wrong

with 40 essays and poems from theological writers such as Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Dorothy Day, Madeleine

L'Engle, Martin Luther, Kathleen Norris, Henri Nouwen, Philip Yancey, Karl Barth and Síren

Kierkegaard. These are not frivolous, feel-good Advent readings; they are deep, sometimes jarring

reflections, many with a strong orientation toward social justice… This collection, born of obvious passion

and graced with superb writing, is a welcome even necessary addition to the glutted holiday bookshelves. (

Publishers Weekly (starred review)) Read more See all Editorial Reviews

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