Wednesday, May 09, 2007
Images of Jesus, Parts 3 and 4
What happens when you are finishing your final semester of seminary? You forget to continue reading an online series posted weekly.

Therefore, here are the next two sections from Justin Griffin's book The Truth About Images of Jesus and the Second Commandment:

Part 3
Part 4

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At 10:51 PM, Anonymous Eric Pement said...

The link you provide to amazon.com for this book gives the following as the book description:

Book Description
Have you taken time to laugh today? Author Ronald Keeven provides a much needed measure of laughter, inspiration, and verse in A Joke, A Quote, and the Word. For our physical and mental well being, it is important to laugh everyday. This is not only a medical fact, but biblical as well. Drawn from the content of this book, readers may be provided with just the amount of wit and wisdom, jolliness and joviality, promoting confidence and happiness, as well as motivation for daily life. ...

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I think amazon.com has matched Images of Jesus with a book by a different author and a different title.

 
At 10:48 AM, Blogger John said...

Eric,

Thank you for pointing this out! I have let Amazon.com know. Let's hope that they revise the product page.

 

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