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The Our Father

A New Reading

Gerhard Lohfink, Translated by Linda M. Maloney

The Our Father
The Our Father

ISBN: 9780814664490, 6449

Details: 128 pgs, 5 x 7 x 1/4
Publication Date: 12/28/2021
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2020 Catholic Press Association first place award, books about prayer

Can Christians still pray the Our Father in the twenty-first century? We can, and we must.

Gerhard Lohfink breaks open its strange phrases like "hallowed be thy name," its off-putting language like "Father" and "kingdom," and its apparently harsh demands like forgive us as we have forgiven those who hurt us-all to shed light on Jesus' original words and their meaning. By probing what the prayer meant for Jesus and his first disciples in their world Lohfink calls us to allow the Our Father to break open our own minds and hearts to its infinite invitation and challenge for our time and for all ages.

Gerhard Lohfink was professor of New Testament exegesis at the University of Tübingen. His many books include No Irrelevant Jesus, Jesus of Nazareth, Is This All There Is?, and The Our Father, all from Liturgical Press.

ISBN: 9780814664490, 6449

Details: 128 pgs, 5 x 7 x 1/4
Publication Date: 12/28/2021