Simple Gospel: A Modern-Language Account of the Life of Jesus Christ
On Sale Now! Save 3% on the Simple Gospel: A Modern-Language Account of the Life of Jesus Christ by Bethany Press Short Run at Translate This Website. MPN: 770249. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. A Complete Account of Jesus’ Life Drawn from All Four GospelsSimple Gospel is a complete modern-language presentation of the life of Jesus Christ, as told in all four Gospels. Stories and events are presented in context, sequentially, so the reader is able to get a better feel for Jesus' life as it unfolds. Once you have read this book, all the Gospels will come alive to you in new and exciting ways. New converts, skeptics, and Bible students alike will not find a more convenient source
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A Complete Account of Jesus’ Life Drawn from All Four GospelsSimple Gospel is a complete modern-language presentation of the life of Jesus Christ, as told in all four Gospels. Stories and events are presented in context, sequentially, so the reader is able to get a better feel for Jesus' life as it unfolds. Once you have read this book, all the Gospels will come alive to you in new and exciting ways. New converts, skeptics, and Bible students alike will not find a more convenient source for learning, studying, and understanding the things Jesus said and did while He lived on earth.
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