JESUS AS THEY REMEMBERED HIM by Chester Warren Quimby

JESUS AS THEY REMEMBERED HIM

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An intimate portrait of Jesus as he walked and talked in the land where now the Syrian War is raging. Because of Syria's position in the news today, this book may well avoid being classed as just another study of the Master gleaned from his disciples and apostles. The strong contrasts of love and hate, the parallel between yesterday and today and an Ideal worth dying for, give this a certain topicality. The author is a well known Wesleyan who has lived and studied in Jerusalem and knows Palestine firsthand.

Publisher: Abingdon-Cokesbury