Famous Jerks of the Bible

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B&H Publishing Group, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 150 pages
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The Bible is full of heroes and examples for us to emulate. You do not need to look far to find men and women who turned their lives and wills over to God and whose lives exhort us to imitate their faith. But what about the jerks? You do not need to look far to find men and women who ruined their own lives and the lives of many others through their actions and behaviors. Some of them were redeemable. Some of them were not. In Famous Jerks of the Bible, Margaret Brouillette takes a look at these characters to teach us to avoid their mistakes.

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User Review  - Wendy L. Williams - Christianbook.com

I think there are few quality Bible studies for teenagers, but we enjoyed using this book for our girls' small group (ages 11-14). Likes: each chapter is independent; good combination of Bible study ... Read full review

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User Review  - Joel Buchanan - Christianbook.com

Margaret Brouillette introduces us to twelve biblical characters, giving them a chance to tell their own stories, in a witty and humourous way. The familiar stories of Delilah, Samson, Pharaoh, Pilate ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction Whos a Jerk?
1
Dying to Control Haman
15
Playing a Losing Game Judas
29
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Brouillette is a teacher and writer with articles published in over 40 different Christian publications.

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