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Old Apr 28, '12, 6:06 am
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Default The Lamb's Supper by Scott Hahn

Has anyone read this?

I'm listening to the audio book. It's great so far!

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It was one of the first books by Scott Hahn I had the pleasure of reading. Definitely worth purchasing
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I haven't read it yet. If you like this book I'd like to recommend Jesus...the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist.
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Has anyone read this?

I'm listening to the audio book. It's great so far!

God bless,
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It is on my 'to-read' list, once I have my last remaining papers out of the way, I can begin to relax and read the books on my list, that I have no academic reason to read.



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I haven't read it yet. If you like this book I'd like to recommend Jesus...the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist.
Thats 'Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist: Unlocking the Secrets of the Last Supper.' by Brant Pitre with a Foreword by Scott Hahn, it's not by the same author, it is however an amazing book, I am currently waiting on Dr Pitre's more academic version of the book, which is to be released soon (as I have read the book, and it left me wanting more instead of a bit of a simplified discussion).
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Has anyone read this?

I'm listening to the audio book. It's great so far!

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I agree, it's a very good book.
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I read it quite awihle back. I really liked it.
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Yes, that book is great. It simultaneously brings intelligibility to both the Book of Revelation and the Liturgy -- two things many people get very confused about.
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