Paige Cunningham, executive director of The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity at Trinity International University, says in her endorsement of The Art of Dying:

The Art of Dying takes the fear out of dying and replaces it with rich models of dying well. Drawn from a broad spectrum of historical, theological, bioethical, social and practical resources, interlaced with captivating narrative, The Art of Dying paints a vision of what dying and grieving with the Christian community has looked like–and once again should look like. While it is particularly relevant for every Christian who will die, other mortals will benefit from reading over our shoulders.

Thanks Paige!

Read other endorsements from Lauren Winner, Marva Dawn, J.I. Packer, and David Neff.


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