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Tell Me the Story: The Carpenter

by Alex MacDonald

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 184550285X, Paperback)

This book will engage your imagination as Alex retells these eye-witness stories of Jesus.

These people tell their stories as eye witnesses of those who were actuly there. They are:

Mary, mother of Jesus, Gaius Maximus, centurion, Joanna’s story of John The Baptist, woman at the well, Simon the Pharisee, Gadarene Demoniac, Jairus, Simon Peter, Rich ruler, Bartimaeus & Zacchaeus, John and Marcellus a Roman officer.

Using Biblical, contemporary and background data, Alex MacDonald skilfully tells the stories of those who were with Jesus at key points in his life.

It unfolds as if you were on the spot looking on. The stories are based on factual evidence of what really happened.

What would your reaction have been if you were there?

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:38 -0400)

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