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The ancient poems we call Psalms are over 2000 years old. They were written in very different times from our own when humans could travel at the speed of a camel, not at the speed of sound. But these songs have stood the test of time for they address many of the problems we still face: violence, injustice, anger and bewilderment. Why do the wicked prosper? Where is God when we suffer? In this 5 session course, Bishop Stephen Cottrell, a prolific and popular author, reflects on the psalms in general, and five psalms in particular. He invites us to join him as he does so.

This York Course is available in the following formats:
Course Book (Paperback 9781909107106)
Course Book (eBook 9781909107632 both ePub and Mobi files provided)
Audio Book of Interview to support The Psalms York Course (CD 9781909107458)
Audio Book of Interview (Digital Download 9781909107618)
Transcript of interview to support The Psalms York Course (Paperback 9781909107113)
Transcript of interview (eBook 9781909107649 both ePub and Mobi files provided)
Book Pack (9781909107465 Featuring Paperback Course Book, Audio Book on CD and Paperback Transcript of Interview)
Large print (9781909107625)

The five sessions focus on:

SESSION 1: Know that the Lord is God (Psalm 100)
SESSION 2: Out of the depths have I cried (Psalm 130)
SESSION 3: How long, O Lord? (Psalm 13)
SESSION 4: You spread a table before me (Psalm 23)
SESSION 5: Unless the Lord builds the house (Psalm 127)

The participants on the course audio are the Dominican Friar Fr Timothy Radcliffe; the Revd John Bell of the Iona Community; the Bishop of Dover, Rose-Hudson Wilkin and Revd Dr Jane Leach, the Principal of Wesley House Cambridge.

Author Bio
Stephen Cottrell ================ Stephen Cottrell is the Bishop of Chelmsford, serving Essex and East London. He is a well-known writer and speaker on evangelism, spirituality and catechesis. He is married to Rebecca and they have three boys.