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Through his artful appearance in the role of ‘translator’ for John, Scripture scholar Raymond Brown weaves the evangelist’s words into a week of prayer and deepening acquaintance. He brings immediacy to the gospel message allowing modern listeners to understand and resolve difficulties in the text and its interpretation throughout the centuries.

Transcending the political struggles and divisiveness of some modern Christians, this retreat will refresh for you what it means to be, first and foremost, a disciple of Jesus.

©1998 Associated Sulpicians of the United States (P)2001 St. Anthony Messenger Press

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"The merit of this little work is how seamlessly Bown interweaves historical-critical scholarship into a deeply felt spirituality." ( Commonweal)

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  • Tom
  • Bayonne, New Jersey, United States
  • 06-18-12

Well done

Very good and informative summing up of Prof. Brown's lifelong scholarly work on the Fourth Gospel.

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Awesome.

As a student and believer of the Catholic faith, I was inspired by the theology of the author.