Thursday, March 26, 2009

Holy Week Thoughts
I'm not from a High Church background and although we celebrate events of this week, we do not follow as ritualized form. Advent readings may be joyous with anticipation, but we need to emphasize this week even more and read. [thanks,}

This reminds me of biblical chronologies such as Finegan's Handbook of Bible Chronologies which attempt to answer troubling questions. A more recent work is The Timechart of Biblical History or The Bible Made Plain and Simple . These last two books are held by public libraries as well as academic.

As always this brief foray into WorldCat has provided me with other books I would like to read about Holy Week. Does anyone have a favorite book during this time, aside from the Scriptures?

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