Jason Comely

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April 28

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Jesus is my Zen master

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With the help of Philip Yancey's book , I synthesize a list of reasons why Jesus - the most perfect being to ever walk the face of the earth - would be unemployable in today's job market.

You can listen to this episode of Jesus in Books on Soundcloud: 7 Reasons Why Jesus Would Be Unemployable in Today's Job Market

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The Amplified Bible by Zondervan that I highly recommend

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Zero to Superhero

it was amazing 5.00 avg rating — 1 rating — published 2008 — 2 editions
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