Whose Baby?

Therapy for the Christmas Season in Twelve Parts

By Ben Pugh

Whose Baby?

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  • ISBN: 9781498206068
  • Pages: 58
  • Publication Date: 12/10/2014
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Whose Baby?

Therapy for the Christmas Season in Twelve Parts

By Ben Pugh

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  • ISBN: 9781498206068
  • Pages: 58
  • Publication Date: 12/10/2014
  • Retail Price: $10.00
Web Price: $8.00
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  • ISBN: 9781498206068
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  • Publication Date: 12/10/2014
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About-

Do you struggle to get into the Christmas spirit? Do you dislike all the trappings of the season and cannot bear its crass materialism? This book is written by a theologian who feels that way too. As an antidote, Ben Pugh tries to take us back to that very first Christmas as described in the Gospels. Particular moments in the story are vividly brought to life and paralleled with the present day. Using good scholarship, Pugh tries to get the reader to imagine actually being there, and suggests a simple prayer of response at the end of each chapter. The chapters are short, the book is small, and the therapy it offers might be just what you need.

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Ben Pugh

Bio(s)-

Ben Pugh is Lecturer in Theology at Cliff College, UK. He is the author of The King of the Jews (2014).

Ever since acquiring his first typewriter at the age of sixteen, he wanted to write. Ben came to faith at the age of nineteen as an art student, without having any previous background in Christianity. It was inevitable that sooner or later he would turn his hand to writing about faith. First as a career, and later as an artist and a civil servant, he found his way into writing about faith and lecturing in theology.

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