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Jesus Scandals, The

Jesus Scandals, The
The author's aim is to help thinking lay persons and people preparing sermons t...
Our Price: £7.99
ISBN/EAN: 9780857210234
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Publisher: Lion Hudson Plc
Author: David Instone-Brewer
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The author's aim is to help thinking lay persons and people preparing sermons to apply NT ethics within a modern culture, while still remaining faithful to the text - by taking into account the ancient culture. This is high quality scholarship at a very accessible level. Over the centuries Jesus's teaching on ethical matters has often become muted and distorted. This book sets the matter straight. Here are 30 areas of ethical debate: in each context Jesus offered insights which would have left his contemporaries agape.
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