Consider the Birds

Consider the Birds

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From biblical times to today, people have found meaning and significance in the actions and symbolism of birds. We admire their mystery and manners, their strength and fragility, their beauty and their ugliness--and perhaps compare these very characteristics to our own lives in the process. From the well-known image of the dove to the birds that gorge on the flesh of the defeated "beast" in Revelation, birds play a dynamic part in Scripture. They bring bread to the prophets. They are food for the wanderers. As sacrifices, they are the currency of mercy. They also challenge, offend, devour, and fight. Highlighting 10 birds throughout Scripture, author Debbie Blue explores their significance in both familiar and unfamiliar biblical stories and illustrates how and why they have represented humanity across culture, Christian tradition, art, and contemporary psyche. With these (usually) minor characters at the forefront of human imaginations, poignant life lessons illuminate such qualities as desire and gratitude, power and vulnerability, insignificance and importance--and provide us with profound lessons about humanity, faith, and God's mysterious grace.
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Detalles del producto

  • Paperback | 240 páginas
  • 131.57 x 201.68 x 17.02mm | 254.01g
  • Nashville, Tennessee, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations
  • 1426749503
  • 9781426749506
  • 521,878

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