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The New Testament: Selected Readings from Taize

by Frère Roger Schutz

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Provides readings from the New Testament chosen by members of the community of Taize in France, to make it possible to follow the various stages of Jesus's life, as well as the Book of Acts by the apostles which relates the events that happened soon after the death and resurrection of Jesus.

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