Item description for Treasures Old and New: Images in the Lectionary by Gail Ramshaw...
Overview Treasures Old and New" illuminates 40 primary images from the three-year Lectionary. With each of the images, Ramshaw explores a total of nearly 200 words and phrases in light of biblical history, typological relationships, poetic nuances, metaphoric meanings, and liturgical year connections.
Publishers Description Illuminates forty primary images from the three-year lectionary. Each image considers related terms, words and phrases of biblical history, typographical relationships, poetic nuances, metaphoric meaning and liturgical year connections.
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Studio: Augsburg Fortress Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.22" Width: 6.28" Height: 1.22" Weight: 1.75 lbs.
Release Date Oct 2, 2002
Publisher Augsburg Fortress Publishers
ISBN 0800631897 ISBN13 9780800631895
Availability 0 units.
More About Gail Ramshaw
Ramshaw is Professor of Religion at LaSalle University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Gail Ramshaw currently resides in the state of Pennsylvania. Gail Ramshaw was born in 1947.
Gail Ramshaw has published or released items in the following series...
American Essays in Liturgy
Daily Bible Readings Based on the Revised Common Lectionary
Reviews - What do customers think about Treasures Old and New: Images in the Lectionary?
Excellent resource for pastors and teachers with a literary bent May 24, 2009
Here's an example . . . in barely 6 pages on the topic of "Journey," Ramshaw pulls together a hymn text, a traditional prayer before travel, writings of an early church father (John of the Cross) and mother (Egeria), plus reflections on human travel from prehistoric migrations to American Western pioneers; the quest; the pilgrimage; Jung, Dante, and Bunyan; important OT and NT journeys; the journey of the liturgical year; highway imagery; the maze or labyrinth; and the specifically Christian journey.