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Poetry that will change the way you think about the people in the New Testament.
Mary At The Cross celebrates events in the New Testament by exploring them through the eyes of people who were there. In these thirty quietly lyrical yet accessible poems, Loretta Miles Tollefson combines her award-winning poetic skills and knowledge of the Bible to look at the ancient stories and the people who lived them in a new way .
Read these poems and experience a fresh approach to and appreciation of the New Testament stories. Each poem focuses on a different event. Reading them, you'll ponder the
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Poetry that will change the way you think about the people in the New Testament.

Mary At The Cross celebrates events in the New Testament by exploring them through the eyes of people who were there. In these thirty quietly lyrical yet accessible poems, Loretta Miles Tollefson combines her award-winning poetic skills and knowledge of the Bible to look at the ancient stories and the people who lived them in a new way .

Read these poems and experience a fresh approach to and appreciation of the New Testament stories. Each poem focuses on a different event. Reading them, you'll ponder the meaning of Christ's birth with the announcing angel, reflect on Matthew's emotions when he's called to be a disciple, stand with Mary at the cross, experience the empty tomb with Mary Magdalene, and watch with Peter's wife as he wrestles with his doubts and fears.

Mary At The Cross is the companion volume to And Then Moses Was There.


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  • Verlag: LLT Press
  • Erscheinungstermin: 19. Oktober 2016
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781536590104
  • Artikelnr.: 46600653
Autorenporträt
Loretta Miles Tollefson has been publishing fiction and poetry since 1975. (She's not old--she started young!) Growing up in foothills of the Olympic Mountains in the log cabin her grandfather built and her father was born in led naturally to an interest in history and historical fiction. When she retired to the mountains of northern New Mexico, writing historical fiction set there was a logical result. The Moreno Valley Sketches books are the first in many planned books set there. Before turning to historical fiction full time, Loretta wrote Crown of Laurel, a novel set in Seattle in the recession of the early 1980's. Loretta holds a B.S. in Bible Education from Multnomah University in Portland, Oregon. This background informs her poetry collections Mary at the Cross: Voices from the New Testament and And Then Moses Was There: Voices from the Old Testament. In the mid-1980's, Loretta and her husband suffered the loss of their first child in the fifth month of pregnancy. Her poetry collection But Still My Child came out of that period and is designed to help others deal with the pain of miscarriage. Loretta holds M.A.'s in Communication and in English Literature from the University of New Mexico. Most days, you'll find her researching New Mexico history in the 1800's and writing furiously. She publishes short historical fiction every week at LorettaMilesTollefson.Wordpress.com.