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Author(s): Michael Mayne, Joel W. Huffstetler
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Dust That Dreams of Glory collects together never-before-published seasonal material for Lent and Holy Week by the much-loved Anglican priest and writer Michael Mayne.
Michael Mayne was one of Anglicanism's most compelling and attractive voices, a gifted preacher and writer whose works have remained popular.
This collection offers material from Ash Wednesday to Holy Saturday, including a sequence of seven meditations on the words of Christ from the cross.
These unpublished writings are offered as both a preaching and devotional resource at a time of the year when many seek fresh ways of opening up familiar texts.
Michael Mayne remains one of the Church of England's most gifted and influential voices a decade after his death. Previously Head of Religious Broadcasting at the BBC, he served as Dean of Westminster Abbey until his retirement. Joel Huffstetler is a priest in the Episcopal Church and is based in Tennessee. The popular writer Rachel Held Evans is a member of his congregation.
Starts well, thought provoking
brilliant book which I am reading throughout Lent.
Having got to know Michael whilst studying at Ridley Hall, I have greatly appreciated his work and writing. "Dust that Dreams of Glory" is a very good and helpful book of reflections for Lent, Holy Week and Easter.