Bishop Stephen Cottrell on Christ in the Wilderness

This is the book I am going to be using during Lent this year.

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Christ in the Wilderness by Bishop Stephen Cottrell, published by SPCK, reflecting on Stanley Spencer’s paintings of that title.

Here is a video of Bishop Stephen speaking last weekend about the paintings at Saint Paul’s.  It is worth watching even if you’re not reading the book.

Brilliant – now can’t wait to start the book

~ by pamjw on February 8, 2013.

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