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Death's Gift By Nicholas Peter Harvey

Death's Gift
by Nicholas Peter Harvey

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Demonstrates that fruitful parallels can be drawn between the experience of bereavement and what happened to the disciples following the death of Jesus. This book shows that Jesus' resurrection is intelligible only in the context of a particular bereavement which, in its turn, informs our own sense of mortality.
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Death's Gift: Chapters on Resurrection and Bereavement by Nicholas Peter Harvey

Offering penetrating insights throughout, Harvey demonstrates that fruitful parallels can be drawn between the modern experience of bereavement and what happened to the disciples following the death of Jesus. In drawing out a range of such parallels - as well as insisting on significant differences - Harvey shows that Jesus' resurrection is intelligible only in the context of a particular bereavement which, in its turn, informs our own sense of mortality. According to Harvey, death an bereavement, when touched by resurrection, can yield a new richer relationship to the person who has died and the opportunity for personal growth in those who survive.

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About Nicholas Peter Harvey


Nicholas Peter Harvey is a Roman Catholic lay theologian and a member of the English Anglican-Roman Catholic Committee (ARCIC).

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GOR002786839
Death's Gift: Chapters on Resurrection and Bereavement by Nicholas Peter Harvey
Nicholas Peter Harvey
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Epworth Press
2007-06-27
130
0716206285
9780716206286
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