Understanding the Bible
Twenty-Third Publications, 2007 - 44 Seiten
Jim Philipps loves the Bible and he welcomes this opportunity to invite catechists to more deeply ponder its meaning. He points out that the earliest Christians looked beyond the written words to discover how best to be disciples of Jesus Christ. It is in this tradition that he here invites all catechists to let the living Word touch their hearts and minds so they can discover how the Word of God (Jesus) transcends even the words of the Bible.
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