Four Ways to the Cross

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Tony Dickinson

ISBN: 978‑0‑7283‑0330‑0

LENGTH: 74 pages

Fairacres Publications 195

2022

Most of us live, in our prayers and our worship, and in our understanding of Christian discipleship, with one Passion story. We take incidents from the four Gospel accounts of the suffering and death of Jesus and weave them into a single ‘harmonized’ whole. In this essay, Tony Dickinson unravels these four narrative strands to reveal an understanding of the events that shape each one. He also examines how each account is influenced by the sacred writings of Israel, especially the Psalms.

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Most of us live, in our prayers and our worship, and in our understanding of Christian discipleship, with one Passion story. We take incidents from the four Gospel accounts of the suffering and death of Jesus and weave them into a single ‘harmonized’ whole. In this essay, Tony Dickinson unravels these four narrative strands to reveal an understanding of the events that shape each one. He also examines how each account is influenced by the sacred writings of Israel, especially the Psalms.

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ISBN

978‑0‑7283‑0330‑0

Length

74 pages

Book Size

140 x 210 mm

Author

Tony Dickinson

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Author Bio

Tony Dickinson was born in 1948 in Liverpool. After reading Classics at New College, Oxford he worked in university administration in Durham and then for the Open University. In 1980 he began training for ministry in the Church of England and was ordained a priest in 1983. He has served in a number of dioceses, acting latterly as Anglican Ecumenical Officer for Buckinghamshire and Diocesan European Officer and is currently chaplain to the Anglican/Episcopalian congregation in Genoa and a Canon Emeritus of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford. He is a spiritual director and occasional retreat leader.

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