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The Shoemaker's Gospel: A Novel af Daniel…
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The Shoemaker's Gospel: A Novel (udgave 2006)

af Daniel Brent (Forfatter)

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Destination: Capernaum The year: Circa AD 30 What to bring: Imagination, curiosity, and a desire to deepen your faith In The Shoemaker's Gospel, a fascinating story based on the biblical accounts of Jesus, we are whisked back to the years of Jesus' earthly ministry and the life-changing effects that it had on all who knew him. Through the eyewitness journal entries of a first-century shoemaker whom Jesus has nicknamed "Soft Shoes," we hear the Lord's soothing but challenging voice as he delivers a parable about what it really means to give generously; we marvel as he heals a girl thought to be dead; we feel his anger as he overturns tables in the temple; and we sense the simultaneous confusion and unspeakable joy as Mary and the disciples realize that their crucified teacher has been raised from the dead! From Jesus' baptism in the Jordan to the Emmaus road appearance, Soft Shoes serves as our energetic yet reflective guide back to a time when a carpenter from Nazareth revealed himself in word and deed as the Son of God and forever changed the course of history. Prepare to embark on an incredible journey that will lead you to a place where you can once again experience Jesus for the first time, a place where your faith can truly flourish.… (mere)
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Titel:The Shoemaker's Gospel: A Novel
Forfattere:Daniel Brent (Forfatter)
Info:Loyola Press (2006), 248 pages
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Destination: Capernaum The year: Circa AD 30 What to bring: Imagination, curiosity, and a desire to deepen your faith In The Shoemaker's Gospel, a fascinating story based on the biblical accounts of Jesus, we are whisked back to the years of Jesus' earthly ministry and the life-changing effects that it had on all who knew him. Through the eyewitness journal entries of a first-century shoemaker whom Jesus has nicknamed "Soft Shoes," we hear the Lord's soothing but challenging voice as he delivers a parable about what it really means to give generously; we marvel as he heals a girl thought to be dead; we feel his anger as he overturns tables in the temple; and we sense the simultaneous confusion and unspeakable joy as Mary and the disciples realize that their crucified teacher has been raised from the dead! From Jesus' baptism in the Jordan to the Emmaus road appearance, Soft Shoes serves as our energetic yet reflective guide back to a time when a carpenter from Nazareth revealed himself in word and deed as the Son of God and forever changed the course of history. Prepare to embark on an incredible journey that will lead you to a place where you can once again experience Jesus for the first time, a place where your faith can truly flourish.

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