Way of the Wolf

Way of the Wolf

Martin Bell / Jun 16, 2019

Way of the Wolf Intriguing tales timeless poetry enchanting songs Beguiling characters like BarringtonBunny Joggi the porcupine Lena the witch Joshua the boy who has lost his magic and the great silver wolf maje

  • Title: Way of the Wolf
  • Author: Martin Bell
  • ISBN: 9780345305220
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
  • Intriguing tales, timeless poetry, enchanting songs Beguiling characters like BarringtonBunny Joggi, the porcupine Lena, the witch Joshua, the boy who has lost his magic and the great silver wolf majestic, ever present, mysterious A book that will inspire you to consider and celebrate such things as love, forgiveness, acceptance, salvIntriguing tales, timeless poetry, enchanting songs Beguiling characters like BarringtonBunny Joggi, the porcupine Lena, the witch Joshua, the boy who has lost his magic and the great silver wolf majestic, ever present, mysterious A book that will inspire you to consider and celebrate such things as love, forgiveness, acceptance, salvation and commitment.

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    1. I have read this many many times both for my own enjoyment and for the enjoyment of countless children. It is a classic and is one of my most cherished possessions.

    2. I read this book in high school my junior year. I fell in love with one of the poems. I used that particular poem for a presentation I did in my Problem Solving Class. I had this amazing thought provoking teacher named Joe Degrado. He always wanted the students to call him by his first name. He marched to the beat of his own drum. To this day some of his sayings and teachings stick with me even now. He was one of a kind. For me This book was a thought provoker. Just a side note I did get an A on [...]

    3. This is one of those books that I could see reading again and again. Since it's a collection of short stories, sermons, songs and poems, I'll say what I thought about each of them.Barrington Bunny – This is a classic little story and the one that I first heard – the one that made me want to get this book. It is sad, but reading it now, as an adult, I can also see the positive side of the story. As a child, I thought that the other animals were cruel to Barrington. Now, I can see that they ju [...]

    4. I have mixed feelings about this book. On the one hand, the first story--Barrington Bunny--is truly touching. My first encounter with Barrington Bunny was hearing it aloud on Christmas Eve years ago, and it's a tear jerker. It's really the highlight of the book.Unfortunately, a lot of the other material isn't as strong. The poetry isn't very good, and the prose, even when it's thought-provoking or memorable, generally isn't that well written.I can understand why people fall in love with this boo [...]

    5. There were a few stories (Barrington Bunny and The Porcupine Whose Name Didn't Matter), which made me cry and another (How the Demons Captured Amy and What Happened Then) that was mind-blowing in its concise summation of spiritual and life philosophies from a variety of disciplines. I might pick-up a copy of my own second hand just for those some day, but the rest just didn't do much for me, which might have more to do with me than the book. The book itself was a mix of free-range poetry, music, [...]

    6. I first made contact with "The Way of the Wolf" when my seventh-grade camp counselor, and it remains one of the most thought-provoking books on Christianity I've ever read. Subtitled "The Gospel in New Images," Martin Bell reimagines the themes of the New Testament is stories about rabbits and mice, a woman possessed by demons with names like "someday love will come" and an essay on the parable of the tares, in which he says, "If the tares represent people, I will never understand that, Lord. Ne [...]

    7. "Way of the Wolf" by Bell is a mix of fables, songs, poems, and sermons. All are very short but together they form a collection that covers a wide range of Biblically-inspired themes and topics. The stories aren't necessarily easy and tend to be very sad, but they are pretty good. Overall though, only the sermons really stand out. The stories are neat but being based on parables there isn't very much to them and the characters introduced are gone again before they get a chance to be established. [...]

    8. I have only just read this little book though it was a gift from a friend and former boss over 20 years ago! Strange, the things that get pushed to the back of the wardrobe that holds one's books, but I'm glad I found it and read it. The stories and songs are the author's expressions of "love, forgiveness, acceptance, salvation and commitment" as the back cover states. Well worth the little time it takes to read, and keep a tissue handy.

    9. Wasn't too crazy about the poetry sections, but the stories are good. Barrington Bunny was my first encounter with this author, and I enjoyed the story, so I tracked down this book. One of his stories definitely gives hints of Universal Salvation. If the porcupine story does not put a tear in your eye, you may not be human.

    10. Martin Bell is one of my favorite authors. One of my mentors used to read Barrington Bunny every year at Christmas. I can still hear her voice when I read the story.Years ago when I was doing clown ministry and was unable to come up with a name I found it in his story,"The Porcupine Whose Name Didn't Matter".

    11. This book is comprised of short parables. Two in particular are really good and WILL make you cry. I don't care if you are a cold-hearted sociopath, Barrington Bunny and The Porcupine Whose Name Didn't Matter will turn you into a blubbering baby. Read 'em and weep.

    12. This is a book from my childhood. The first story " Barrington Bunny" has been one of the most important influences in my life. It is poignant, sad and uplifting all at the same time. I hope you read it and I hope it touches your heart as it touched mine.

    13. I remembered this book from when I was a child attending church camp. I was so excited to find it and bought it for my birthday, specifically to read Barrington Bunny on Christmas Eve. It did not disappoint, good memories.

    14. This was a small collection of short stories that were thought provoking and somewhat melancholy. You might have to be in the right mood, but I really enjoyed them. They are the kind of stories that help make your heart bigger for other people.

    15. The writing is lovely, but I'm not one much for short stories in general, which is why I didn't rate it higher. However, one story did stand out; Reba. Reba is about a woman caring for a group of mentally disabled young men and her struggles to love and protect them. It was fabulous.

    16. It was a very good book the stories were entertaining and it gave a very modern look on the gospel even though it was written in the 80s also I'd like to play the songs that were in it

    17. Yeah yeah, the book is a collection of hit-or-miss stories and fablesbut dang gina, some of them are crazy awesome.

    18. I really liked this book. If you are looking for something short, refreshing and occasionally challenging when it comes to the simplicity of grace. Read it.

    19. sweet book, not flawless, but has heart. interesting ideas, but some didn't resonate w/ me. still i honor all such creative reinventing!

    20. This was kind of a weird book. Not really sure I get the point of some of these stories.On the plus side it was a quick read and an ok book.

    21. This classic book goes back to my childhood.It contains the classic story of Barrington Bunny which helped teach me the true meaning of gift giving at Christmas as a little boy.

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