The Book of Jesus: A Chronological Harmonization of the Gospels in Easy-To-Read Narrative Format

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iUniverse, Dec 1, 2002 - Religion - 344 pages
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Jesus Christ, who is he! His life and words have been the source of controversy, debate and study for over two–thousand years. He has been quoted and misquoted by Presidents and dignitaries. Thousands of books have been written about him; explaining him, discrediting him and praising him. Many of the greatest artists have attempted to capture pieces of his life in canvas and stone; music in all styles has been written about and for him. The life and words of Jesus have impacted the world with such magnitude that all religions, races, cultures and nations; Christian and non–Christian alike, have been affected by them.Whether or not you personally believe or accept the Bible record of his life and its’ implications, does not negate the fact that our lives today have all been touched by the events depicted in the accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. In The Book of Jesus, by Dennis F. McCorkle, the events set forth in the Gospels have been harmonized into a single, chronological account presented in an easy-to-read narrative format suitable for personal, group study or theatrical performance; an excellent overview into the life of this man we call Jesus.
 

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Contents

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Chapter Three
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Chapter Five
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Chapter Seven
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Twelve Are Sent Out
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Chapter Eight
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Danger of Riches
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Great Tribulation of Jerusalem
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Chapter Seventeen
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Jesus Brought Before The Sanhedrin
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