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33: Reflections on the Gospel of Saint John

96 pages
Square Halo Books
These poems lead the reader through key points in the gospel of John, inviting reflection and patient contemplation of the wonder of the God Man. Each poem is accompanied by the reading on which it is based, and the book includes a reading plan for engaging the whole gospel. And for deeper study, brief mediations on the scripture, poetry, and art are also included.
Author Bio

Andrew Roycroft is a pastor and poet from Northern Ireland. His poetry has been published in various literary journals including Honest Ulsterman and The North, and has regularly been featured on The Rabbit Room. Poems by Andrew have been read on BBC radio, used in collaboration with community arts projects, and in partnership with New Irish Arts. A medievalist by background his interests include ministry, theology, literature, culture, travel, and the natural world. Andrew has held a variety of pastorates in Northern Ireland as well as having served in Perú for a short period in missions work. He also serves as a visiting lecturer in Biblical Theology at the Irish Baptist College. Andrew is husband to Carolyn, and Dad to Grace and Hannah. Together they live in Co. Armagh with a multitude of pets.

Malcolm Guite is an English poet, singer-songwriter, Anglican priest, and academic. Guite is the author of multiple books of poetry and several books on Christian faith and theology, his most recent being Lifting the Veil: Imagination and the Kingdom of God.

Ned Bustard is a graphic designer, children's book illustrator, author, and printmaker. Some of his books include Revealed: A Storybook Bible for Grown-Ups, It Was Good: Making Art to the Glory of God, The Lost Tales of Sir Galahad, and Saint Patrick the Forgiver.