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Becoming Human: Meditations on Christian Anthropology in Word and Image, by John Behr

Becoming Human: Meditations on Christian Anthropology in Word and Image, by John Behr viagra overnight (St Vladimirs Seminary Press, September 23, 2013, 136 pages).

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This book reflects upon various dimensions and implications of the http://www.touchmedia.tw/?p=1322780 astounding fact that Christ shows us what it is to be God by the way he dies as a human being and, in so doing, simultaneously shows us what it is to be a human being. Connecting the end -“It is finished”- with the beginning – “Let us make a human being”-

Fr John Behr challenges us to think again about who we are, as male and female, what we are called to become, and the relation between life and death in this journey. Presented in a poetic and meditative manner, adorned by images and offset quotations, this book inclines the reader towards a meditative reading, weighing, rather than levitra vardenafil 10 mg generic skimming, each word and image.

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An audio lecture given on ‘Becoming Human’ by Fr Behr can be listened to here (2013 Lenten Retreat, hosted by St. Justin Martyr Orthodox Church at Jacksonville, FL):

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