Reflections on the Death and Resurrection of Jesus


Reflections on the Death and Resurrection of Jesus

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At the heart of the Christian faith is the death and resurrection of Christ and what that means for our understanding of life—our true human condition, redemption, and future hope. The most important season in the annual cycle of Christian worship is organised around Good Friday and Easter. It is important, amid our busy and often distracted lives, that we stop at the cross and empty tomb to deeply reflect on what they mean for us. This book will help readers to do that by building their lives in Christ”and His death and resurrection. The 15 reflections will help them to walk more closely with Christ. Reflection questions at the end of each chapter will encourage personal reflection and small group discussion.

About the Author
Bishop Emeritus Robert Solomon was Bishop of The Methodist Church in Singapore from 2000-2012. He has previously served as a medical doctor, church pastor, Principal of Trinity Theological College and President of the National Council of Churches of Singapore.
Dr Solomon has degrees in medicine, theology, intercultural studies, and a PhD in pastoral theology from the University of Edinburgh. With an active speaking and teaching ministry in many countries, he has contributed many articles to books, theological dictionaries and journals, and authored more than 40 books, including The Race, The Conscience, The Enduring Word, The Virtuous Life, The Sermon of Jesus, Apprenticed to Jesus, Boundless Love, Jesus and His Family, The Trinity and the Christian Life, The Reformation, The Stories of Jesus, In Spirit and in Truth, Till Christ Is Formed in Us, The Sovereign God and the Christian Disciple, and The Eternal Throne.

ISBN: 978-981-48-6375-9
Size: 200 by 110 mm (closed)
No. of Pages: 112
Release Date: Feb 2021


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