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Not by Bread Alone: Fifty-Two Weekly Reflections on the Matters That Matter Most

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What was the core message of Jesus of Nazareth? It is there in the opening chapter of the gospel of Mark: The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand. That kingdom, of course, is not one of this world but one of the spirit, which Jesus stated clearly to Pontius Pilate. And just as we need food (the staple of which is bread) to live in the world, we also need spiritual food to live in the world of the spirit. The purpose of this little volume is to help provide a small ration of such food every week of the year.

From Emeritus New Testament Professor of San Francisco Theological Seminary and the Graduate Theological Union, Herman Waetjen: I have found Grays poems to be soulful and profound. They express the pioneering of Jesus of Nazareth in a fresh and original way.

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