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A thought-provoking question grew into an inspiring short story: What would Jesus have to say if he walked into a church today? Although this short story is fictitious, the questions it poses are decidedly relevant. Would Jesus be able to re-connect with people? Would he be old school or refurbish a contemporary Christianity? Would he get along with the priests?
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Paperback, 2, 48 pages
Published November 12th 2015 by Publeace
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I enjoyed the short story, an interesting concept but the essay was a little deep for me, sorry Stefan.
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Modern authors are much more than book writers. They write blog posts as well, discuss important subjects on social media sites, produce videos, and hold speeches. They offer a holistic service that revolves around the core value they labor to produce for people.

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