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I pray in poems: Meditations on Poetry and Faith (edition 2015)

by Dave Worster (Author)

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Title:I pray in poems: Meditations on Poetry and Faith
Authors:Dave Worster (Author)
Info:Morehouse Publishing (2015), 128 pages
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Tags:Poetry, Liturgy Planning, Devotional, Prayer

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I pray in poems: Meditations on Poetry and Faith by Dave Worster

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I pray in poems explores the intersection of great works of poetry and Christian faith, offering meditations on what these works illustrate about Christian living. Readers will encounter authors as diverse as William Shakespeare, T.S. Eliot, Rumi, Mary Oliver, and Anna Kamienska. Each poem is followed by an analytical reflection that explores the work and places it within the context of one or more Biblical passages. These meditations will assist the reader in understanding and appreciating the poetry, and will also offer insightful, perhaps even inspiring, thoughts on what it means to live a life in faith.

• Ideal gift book
• Field-tested as a small-group study resource; useful in small groups and for individual devotion

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