LET US BREAK BREAD TOGETHER by Fred Daniel Gealy

LET US BREAK BREAD TOGETHER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A series of 72 brief communion meditations for every Sunday of the Church year, plus the other holy days of the Christian calendar. Dr. Fred Daniel Gealy, Professor Emeritus of the Perkins School of Theology (Methodist), relates the meaning of the Holy Communion to the contemporary, seasonal occasion, showing in each God's abiding concern for man and the world, and His constant action in reconciling and redeeming them to Himself. There is profound Christian theology to be found here, but the language and thought are simple and crystal clear, so clergy and laity alike may read and profit. Each meditation is short, but the quiet suggestions and appropriate questions open onto a wide world without and within. Each is set in the framework of suggested Bible reading and a concluding prayer.

Pub Date: Feb. 8th, 1960
Publisher: Abingdon Press