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Books by Michael Hooton


The crib, the cross and the crown: reflections on the stories of the first Christmas and Easter
Publisher:        Wipf and Stock
RRP:                 £20.00
We are all familiar with the stories of what happened at the first Christmas and Easter - or are we? The Crib, the Cross and the Crown strips away the wrapping-paper of tradition and folk-lore from the stories of the birth and death of Jesus Christ, and takes a fresh look at what the Gospels themselves say. It describes the real Jesus of the New Testament, and reflects on the ways in which the recurring themes in his story can shape our own lives and faith.
 
Four Gospels, one Christ: the public ministry of Jesus
Publisher:        Wipf and Stock
RRP:                 £21.00
The four Gospels are the only books in the Bible to tell the same story from four different angles. Together, they show us not only what Jesus was like and how he lived, but how his life can become the model for our own. Four Gospels, One Christ offers an overview of the three years of Jesus' public ministry - what he did and how he did it - as seen through the eyes of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. And by exploring the themes that run through the four Gospels, it invites us to reflect on what it really means to 'follow Jesus'.
 
The Extended Family: why are there so many different churches?
Publisher:        Wipf and Stock
RRP:                 £26.00
"Why are there so many different churches?" Tracing the family tree of the modern church back to the early Christian centuries, The Extended Family explains how and why the various Christian denominations arose. It outlines the distinctive beliefs, traditions, practices, and values of the many church families in modern Britain, what they have in common, and where they have either disagreed or agreed to differ. It also examines the vital question: whether any of the differences between churches should still matter today.
 

 
 
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