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A Mystical Portrait of Jesus: New Perspectives on John’s Gospel

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Understanding that all of the gospels were written after the resurrection and, consequently, that the passion narrative greatly influenced how the earlier chapters were composed, Father Demetrius Dumm gives more prominence to the climax of the life of Jesus, his passion, death, and resurrection. By beginning “at the end,” he uncovers the guiding principles of this gospel.

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Understanding that all of the gospels were written after the resurrection and, consequently, that the passion narrative greatly influenced how the earlier chapters were composed, Father Demetrius Dumm gives more prominence to the climax of the life of Jesus, his passion, death, and resurrection. By beginning “at the end,” he uncovers the guiding principles of this gospel.

Author Father Demetrius Dumm was the author of So We Do Not Lose Heart: Biblical Wisdom for All Our Days; Flowers in the Desert: A Spirituality of the Bible; Cherish Christ Above All: The Bible in the Rule of BenedictCherish Christ Above All: The Bible in the Rule of Benedict; A Mystical Portrait of Jesus: New Perspectives on John’s Gospel; and Praying the Scriptures. He also co-authored, with Father Campion Gavaler, O.S.B., The Sunday Homilies, Saint Vincent Archabbey: Cycle A; The Sunday Homilies, Saint Vincent Archabbey, Cycle B; and The Sunday Homilies, Saint Vincent Archabbey, Cycle C. The books were based on the long-running Sunday Homily column that Father Campion and Father Demetrius co-wrote of the Archabbey website, www.saintvincentarchabbey.org. 

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Weight .6 lbs
Dimensions 8.25 × 5.25 × .5 in

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