Virginia Moffatt

Approaching the End of Life

Braille, Large Print 17pt, Large Print 20pt, Large Print 25pt, Large Print 30pt
  • Publisher: Darton Longman & Todd Ltd (DLT)
  • ISBN: 9780232534276

A Bible Study book for individuals or groups, which explores how the Bible today can help us better to understand the processes of death and grieving.

  • Exclusively for blind and partially sighted people


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“Is death something to be feared?

What is the point of a funeral? How should we prepare for one?

Can it ever be right to allow, or even to help, someone to die?

The Bible can help us understand”.

‘The Bible,’ says Pope Francis, ‘is not a collection of books for the benefit of a privileged few. It belongs to those called to hear its message and to recognise themselves in its words.’ The How the Bible Can Help Us Understand guides are designed to help us explore these words together today.

Each book asks what the Bible has to say about an important aspect of our lives, and can be read either privately or as part of a small study group. The authors offer thoughts and questions for reflection, prayers, and suggestions for considering a topic more deeply.

Virginia Moffatt is a writer, editor and former director of the Christian think tank Ekklesia. She worked in social care for thirty years and has now written two novels, Echo Hall (Unbound) and The Wave (HarperCollins), and Nothing More and Nothing Less, a DLT Lent course based on the film I, Daniel Blake. She is the series editor of the How the Bible can Help us Understand books.

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