S 95 Beyond Tragic Spirituality: Victimhood and Christian Hope (2005)


We live in a world which at times appears obsessed with the tragic. We can be tempted to be overwhelmed by the tragedy we encounter in person or through the media - but equally strong is the temptation simply to dismiss it.

In this profound and challenging study, we see that Jesus, crucified and risen for us, resists both these temptations and invites us to share in his own dignity and freedom.

Further resources are available to accompany the booklet, including questions for discussion of the issues raised and details of websites and publications for further exploration.

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Author: Revd David Kettle

David, an ordained Anglican, is Co-ordinator of The Gospel and Our Culture Network ( in Great Britain and author of numerous articles published in Christian journals and magazines. He is married to Anne, a GP, and they have four children.

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