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ISBN: 9781532646881 Géneros: 12:DC:PoetrySinopsis: Jesus is God, and we as necessarily devotional Christian poets must not shy away from that fact. These poems try to celebrate that reality, who He is, without sacrificing literary quality. They are distinctly American (baseball, jazz, and free verse) in form, Beat in the line of Mary Fabilli, Thomas Merton, and Daniel stick it to the man Berrigan. And they try to accomplish this without sacrificing humor and romp. May these, and all Christian poems, both now and in the future, wave that flag of freedom--no matter what our personal struggles. Our lives, our poems are about Jesus finally, the One who is mercy itself. May He look kindly upon us, and give us His peace. There is, writes the poet, a pretty loud party going on in the other world. And with those words David Craig takes us on a journey of spiritual longing where each little moment on earth, though suffused with astonishment and love, is only a paupers map to heaven. Throughout this book, the reader encounters the quotidian juxtaposed with the extraordinary--each and all a wonder. While Craig tells us, we might be more lost/than would seem possible, he also exquisitely reminds us that It takes nothing/to truly celebrate. --Lois Roma-Deeley, author of The Short List of Certainties David Craigs poems read like something written by a hip Franciscan, filled with a surprising sense of self-effacement and humility, mixed with a continual note of celebration for the things of this world

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Autor:
David Craig
Número de páginas:
74
Editorial:
Resource Publications
Idioma:
eng
Tipo:
BestSeller
Sinopsis:
ISBN: 9781532646881 Géneros: Sinopsis: Jesus is God, and we as necessarily devotional Christian poets must not shy away from that fact. These poems try to celebrate that reality, who He is, without sacrificing literary quality. They are distinctly American (baseball, jazz, and free verse) in form, Beat in the line of Mary Fabilli, Thomas Merton, and Daniel ''stick it to the man'' Berrigan. And they try to accomplish this without sacrificing humor and romp. May these, and all Christian poems, both now and in the future, wave that flag of freedom--no matter what our personal struggles. Our lives, our poems are about Jesus finally, the One who is mercy itself. May He look kindly upon us, and give us His peace. ''There is, writes the poet, 'a pretty loud party going on in the other world.' And with those words David Craig takes us on a journey of spiritual longing where 'each little moment' on earth, though suffused with astonishment and love, is only a 'pauper's map to heaven.' Throughout this book, the reader encounters the quotidian juxtaposed with the extraordinary--each and all a wonder. While Craig tells us, we might be 'more lost/than would seem possible,' he also exquisitely reminds us that 'It takes nothing/to truly celebrate.''' --Lois Roma-Deeley, author of The Short List of Certainties ''David Craig's poems read like something written by a hip Franciscan, filled with a surprising sense of self-effacement and humility, mixed with a continual note of celebration for the things of this world
Formato encuadernación:
Tapa Blanda
Fecha de lanzamiento:
2018-03-21T00:00:00.000+01:00
Titulo:
Jesus

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Argumento Comercial:
66472
Medida alto (cm):
22.9

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0.113

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Medida largo (cm):
22.9
Medida ancho (cm):
15.2

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