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Someone to Believe In: An Advent Course based on 'Miracle on 34th Street' (2015)

Someone to Believe In: An Advent Course based on 'Miracle on 34th Street' (2015)
Perfect for small groups and individual study during Advent, Someone to Believe In is a study course based on the classic movie Miracle on 34th Street.
Our Price: £5.99
ISBN/EAN: 9780232531909
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Publisher: Darton,Longman & Todd Ltd
Author: Sheila Jacobs
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Perfect for small groups and individual study during Advent, Someone to Believe In is a study course based on the classic movie Miracle on 34th Street. Following the successful format of DLT's acclaimed Lent Course books, it comprises a four-week structure to help readers to take a closer look at the coming of Jesus and the faith required to believe in him as who he claimed to be. 1.What do we have faith in? Why do we lose our faith? How do others' views colour our own? 2.Is Christmas really a 'frame of mind'? How do we respond when our faith is challenged? 3. Is faith really about believing in things when common sense tells you not to? Giving up something for what we believe? 4. Belief versus faith, and seeing miracles. The course offers discussion points, reflections and prayers as well as suggested clips from the film to watch from the DVD each week. The clips are based on the classic 1947 original of the movie, but readers may benefit from watching the 1994 remake also.
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