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God for Beginners

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God for Beginners covers a wide range of topics, including the basics such as "who is Jesus," "the Bible," "about God," and more controversial topics such as "religion and science."
Down to earth and illustrated with lots of stories and examples, God for Beginners is a delightful introduction to a religion which has had a profound effect on our society and world.
Paperback, 222 pages
Published January 1st 1996 by Woodlake
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Feb 04, 2016 Westcoast_girl rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Those who want to know more about Christianity
Recommended to Westcoast_girl by: My priest
This is a simple pocket book for those wanting to explore Christianity or start their own journey into it.
The chapters are subjects such as 'The Bible', 'Jesus', and 'Church.'. Within each chapter are subheadings.
For people who know nothing about Jesus, God, or the Christian faith, this book is a very good cornerstone. Everything is talked about in simple terms using everyday examples. Further, the author in no way tries to convert you or deter you from the religion. He is merely talking from h
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