This duo of texts from Anglican churchman Trevor Dennis challenge conventional conceptions of the Christmas and Easter stories. Dennis takes a new look at Christ’s birth, death, and resurrection as depicted in the Gospels. He offers his insight into the new life and reconciliation with God presented in accounts of his resurrection and the significance of how God came to meet us in a manger. Dennis also includes selections of his own poetry and fiction inspired by the Gospel accounts. His work offers an innovative perspective on the Bible and popular culture’s narratives of Easter and Christmas.
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- Critiques popular narratives of Christmas and Easter
- Offers a unique perspective on the Gospel accounts of Jesus’ birth, death, and resurrection
- Includes sections of Dennis’ own original poetry and fiction
- Title: Christian Stories Collection
- Author: Trevor Dennis
- Publisher: SPCK
- Volumes: 2
- Pages: 320
About Trevor Dennis
Trevor Dennis joined the staff of Chester Cathedral in 1994, where he was vice dean and canon chancellor until his retirement in 2010. For nearly 12 years before that he was tutor in Old Testament studies at Salisbury and Wells Theological College.