Cross Purposes: Reflections for Good Friday - Kevin Carey
A collection of thought-provoking reflections inviting us to contemplate the events of Good Friday in new ways.
It is all-too-easy to become so wrapped up in the celebration of Easter Day that the preceding days are forgotten. The reflections are diverse, from Peter’s clumsy fear to the Seven Last Words, and are based on a series of addresses given during the two hours at the foot of the cross on Good Friday.
About the Author
Kevin Carey writes Christian literature in all major forms: novels, non-fiction, plays and verse. Kevin was an IT consultant between 1997 and his retirement in 2018, specialising in access to technology by people with disabilities, the poor and the elderly. He has also been Chair of the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB; 2009–17), a Member of Ofcom’s Content Board (2003–06) and Chair of Ofcom’s Community Radio Panel (2005–13).
He is a Reader in the Church of England, singing in three church choirs, and was a Member of General Synod from 2005 to 2010.