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by Stephen Fortosis

eBook A Treasury of Great Christian Stories download ISBN: 0801012236
Author: Stephen Fortosis
Publisher: Baker Pub Group (June 1, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 223
ePub: 1658 kb
Fb2: 1718 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Religious
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

This book contains such stories with titles such as A Man Called Norman, The Executioner, The Pineapple Story, and others. In my humble opinion, Publisher's Weekly underrates this collection of Christian stories

This book contains such stories with titles such as A Man Called Norman, The Executioner, The Pineapple Story, and others. In my humble opinion, Publisher's Weekly underrates this collection of Christian stories. They completely ignore the fact that the compiler includes stories by such luminaries as Hugo, Dostoevsky, O. Henry, and France.

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Title: Embracing the Untouchables By: Stephen Fortosis Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 140 Vendor: Xulon Press Publication Date: 2008. Dimensions: . 9 X . 2 (inches) Weight: 6 ounces ISBN: 1604776781 ISBN-13: 9781604776782 Stock No: WW776782. Publisher's Description. ▲. Communist seamen were docked at . ports, but no one was reaching them with the Gospel. An Indian tribe in Central America was being taught that salvation came through the church and their good deeds

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A Treasury of Great Christian Stories– Stephen Fortosis. 12. The Way Home: A Princess Story– Max Lucado {Another short story which seems for younger ages, but I have read this to tween and teen girls because of the power in the story}. 6. The New Answers Series- Ken Ham {Lots of great reading in this serie. lder teen girls will really appreciate learning what these books hold}. 7. Don’t Check Your Brains at the Door– Josh McDowell (for high-schoolers). 1. Letter Art: American Girl– Becky Higgins {Just a fun little book on cool writing skills}.

He is the author of The Story of Christian Theology: Twenty Centuries . The author does a great job in traversing Christianity throughout the ages. This book is, in my opinion, as excellent an introduction to mainstream Christian theology as you will find.

He is the author of The Story of Christian Theology: Twenty Centuries of Tradition & Reform, The Mosaic of Christian Belief: Twenty Centuries of Unity & Diversityand The Westminster Handbook to Evangelical Theology. Nothing is terribly in-depth, but enough is conveyed to understand each story.

A Treasury of Doctor Stories by The World’s great Authors. Designed by Stefan Salter. Manufactured in the United States of America by H. Wolff, New York, N. acket Design by George Salter. For. Phoebe fabricant.

The power of a good story shines through this collection of some of Christianity's most beloved tales. Includes both classic and contemporary stories.
Comments: (2)
Frei
I believe this book is a sleeper. It has some fine stories in it, but did not receive rave reviews from several critics. One mark of a good compilation is the revelation of well-written pieces that are not widely known. This book contains such stories with titles such as A Man Called Norman, The Executioner, The Pineapple Story, and others. The volume also contains pieces from well known writers such as Dostoyevski, Hugo, France, O'Henry, C.S. Lewis, Tolstoy, and others. The Library Journal seemed to be looking for a volume compiled for one specific age group, but the editor purposely broke the book into categories for various age groups. It's a bit sad that one negative review by Publisher's Weekly can cripple the sales of a fine book. Check out this book for yourself, and I think you will consider it money very well spent.
greed style
In my humble opinion, Publisher's Weekly underrates this collection of Christian stories. They completely ignore the fact that the compiler includes stories by such luminaries as Hugo, Dostoevsky, O. Henry, and France. The Weekly also seems oblivious to the fact that Christian writers such as Walter Wangerin, Mark Littleton, Ruth Graham, and Joseph Bayly are either award-winning writers or are highly respected storytellers in the Christian world.
Features such as the author's interesting introductions to each story were also well conceived. While it's true that more than one story from a particular author weakened the anthology a bit, the book is still a fine collection that will gain in recognition with time.
Flathan
I believe this book is a sleeper. It has some fine stories in it, but did not receive rave reviews from several critics. One mark of a good compilation is the revelation of well-written pieces that are not widely known. This book contains such stories with titles such as A Man Called Norman, The Executioner, The Pineapple Story, and others. The volume also contains pieces from well known writers such as Dostoyevski, Hugo, France, O'Henry, C.S. Lewis, Tolstoy, and others. The Library Journal seemed to be looking for a volume compiled for one specific age group, but the editor purposely broke the book into categories for various age groups. It's a bit sad that one negative review by Publisher's Weekly can cripple the sales of a fine book. Check out this book for yourself, and I think you will consider it money very well spent.
Ddilonyne
In my humble opinion, Publisher's Weekly underrates this collection of Christian stories. They completely ignore the fact that the compiler includes stories by such luminaries as Hugo, Dostoevsky, O. Henry, and France. The Weekly also seems oblivious to the fact that Christian writers such as Walter Wangerin, Mark Littleton, Ruth Graham, and Joseph Bayly are either award-winning writers or are highly respected storytellers in the Christian world.
Features such as the author's interesting introductions to each story were also well conceived. While it's true that more than one story from a particular author weakened the anthology a bit, the book is still a fine collection that will gain in recognition with time.