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The Soul of Spiderman: Unexpected Spiritual Insights from the Legendary Superhero

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What does one of the most famous comic book heroes in history have in common with the average Christian? You might be surprised! From his transformation into a new creation to his struggles with forgiving those who have hurt him, Spider-Man's story offers a startling parallel to the miraculous and everyday experiences of those who follow Jesus. Inspired by the stories and ...more
ebook, 144 pages
Published August 1st 2011 by Regal Books (first published 2010)
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Adam Graham
Basically reads like a 30-day YA Devotional around the topic of Spider-man. The authors decide to ignore everything other than the three Spider-man movies. This allowed them to focus on things people all ready knew. As Sam Rami Spider-man films were a gold mine of spiritual knowledge, it worked okay for the most part.

There were some solid thoughts on how Doctor Octopus' arms are similar to sin and several on revenge. Ironically, there were chapters on Spider-man 3 than the two better-received mo
Aaron Carlberg
Jul 27, 2010 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Written for kids trying to sound cool using Jr high language. Not very good grammatically - it did talk about Jesus which is important...but it isn't a book for adults.
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Jeff Dunn has been writing stories since he was ten and wrote his first full-length novel while he was still at school. His non-fiction articles have appeared in a variety of magazines. He studied astronomy and planetary science at university and has worked for the RSPB and RSNC. Ten percent of the royalties from Hecate’s Child will be donated to UNICEF.
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