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Best-selling author Scott Hahn has sold over 100,000 copies of his modern classic, The Lamb's Supper. A deeply respected Catholic theologian and lecturer, Hahn is director of the Institute for Applied Biblical Studies. Here he crafts a powerful message that extols the virtue of confession. According to Hahn, the sacrament of reconciliation is the key to spiritual growth. Through each act of forgiveness, we are able to more closely resemble the divine life.
©2003 Scott Walker Hahn (P)2003 Recorded Books

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Bravo!

Scott Hahn has the ability to make a really complicated theological issue seem clear and easy to understand. I was, however, disappointed he was not the narrator on this book. Those of us who have seen and heard him know how much more he adds to the deliverance of the message.

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covenant theology, puns, and analogies

This book is much like everything else that Dr. Hahn has written or spoken about in conferences or lectures: full of covenant theology, puns, and analogies. A lot of times the puns and analogies are a bit of a stretch. This work is more of a layman's book, and Hahn is very good at bringing theology down to the "Joe Sixpack" level. Those more interested in a scholarly, apologetic, or exegetical work will be disappointed. But since it has been about 15 years since I took one of Hahn's courses, I found the book to be an nice refresher. I hope it will inspire many to take part in the Sacrament and change their lives.

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Reconciliation explained

Great book, as usual from scott hahn. Detailed, insightful and complete overview of the sacrament.

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Excellent

Simply awesome piece of literal work capable of bringing listeners to true soul searching on this life giving sacrament.

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great content, annoyingly narrated

I thought the book was good but the narration a bit slow. I wished I had a speed up option on my ipod to speed the narrator up a notch or two.

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