What Jesus Saw From The Cross is an unabashedly devotional work, written largely to deepen the Lenten meditations of the Christian faithful. Yet it relies heavily on findings of archaeologists and historians to refine (and at times correct) the image of Jesus familiar from 2000 years of tradition. If Sertillanges' method contradicts legend and tradition regarding the death of Jesus, it agrees perfectly with biblical accounts. Sertillanges (an acclaimed scholar and Catholic Priest) finds historical precedents for such events as the soldiers dressing Jesus as a mock king and casting lots for his clothes. Originally published in 1930, What Jesus Saw From The Cross is a time-lost classic deservedly brought back into print for a new generation of grateful readers.
Paperback 252 pages.
By A. G. Sertillanges
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