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The Gospel According to Peanuts by Robert L.…

The Gospel According to Peanuts (original 1965; edition 1970)

by Robert L. Short

Series: Peanuts

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While Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus, and the rest of the Peanuts gang have enjoyed the kind of success most cartoon characters can only dream about--becoming pop culture icons of the highest order and entering the global consciousness practically as family members--Robert Short's The Gospel According to Peanuts also has found a place in the hearts of many readers, with sales now totaling more than ten million copies. This anniversary edition features a new cover, a new interior design, and a new foreword by Martin E. Marty. Whether coming to the book for the first time or taking a second look, a delightful experience awaits in this modern-day guide to the Christian faith, fully illustrated with Peanuts.… (more)
Title:The Gospel According to Peanuts
Authors:Robert L. Short
Info:Bantam Books (1970), Paperback
Collections:Your library
Tags:humor, theology

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The Gospel According to Peanuts by Robert L. Short (1965)

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Great connect here between the spiritual and the lighthearted. ( )
  deldevries | Jan 31, 2016 |
Not as fluffy as expected but not too heavy - short and digestible. Great selection of laugh-out-loud-funny Peanuts cartoons which complement the text nicely. ( )
  Moomin_Mama | Apr 5, 2009 |
Beware of Robert L. Short's book because he is not preaching the true gospel. He is an universalism. That is not the true gospel. I do love Peanuts as the comics strip, but I don't like Robert L. Short's books.
  Guerite | Dec 23, 2007 |
cute ( )
  vicarofdibley | Apr 8, 2006 |
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To My Parents - who, I am sure, in struggling to cultivate their own little patch of peanuts, have acquired real appreciation for the full meaning of 'Good grief!"
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"How shall we sing the Lord's song in a foreign land?" (Ps. 137:4) is a question the Church, always finding itself in but not of the world, urgently needs to reconsider today.
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