A Layman's Life of Jesus
Interested in reading a take on the historical Jesus that's not weighed down by a particular writer's theological agenda? Samuel H. M. Byers' A Layman's Life of Jesus will definitely fit the bill. This engaging volume sets forth an account of Christ's life on earth that is simple, elegant and straightforward.
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