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Keeping the Feast

Metaphors for the Meal

Keeping the Feast

Metaphors for the Meal

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Publisher: Church Publishing Inc
ISBN: 9780819227898
Number of Pages: 144
Published: 01/09/2012
Width: 15.2 cm
Height: 22.9 cm
Accessible spiritual narratives of the meal as Communion, plus recipes, by a well-known blogger, widely-traveled musician, and retreat leader "This is a book about what nourishes us: food, faith, family, and friends, and how all of those elements are essential ingredients of Communion-in fact how every meal of our lives holds an invitation to the Sacred Meal. As I say in the opening chapter, 'What the Gospel writers don't seem to scrimp on are stories of Jesus eating, or at least stories about Jesus and food. He eats, feeds, talks about food, and even calls himself the Bread of Life, right down to that last night in the Upper Room...where they sat around the table and he wrapped it all up with a meal-The Meal-as his ultimate metaphor.'" -from the Introduction

Milton Brasher-Cunningham, Sara Miles

Milton Brasher-Cunningham is a writer, editor, chef, teacher, United Church of Christ minister, gardener, musician, husband, and keeper of Schnauzers, who lives with his wife, Ginger (also a United Church of Christ minister), in Guilford, Connecticut. He blogs at www.donteatalone.com, sharing reflections and recipes. Sara Miles is a reporter and editor who lives in San Francisco. She is a contributing writer for Outmagazine, and a freelance contributing editor to magazines including "The Nation", "The New Yorker", and "Wired".

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