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Tell Me the Story

The Carpenter

Alex MacDonald
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Description

Alex retells these eye–witness stories of Jesus. These people tell their stories as eye witnesses of those who were actually there. They are:

Mary, mother of Jesus, Gaius Maximus, centurion, Joanna’s story of John The Baptist, woman at the well, Simon the Pharisee, Gadarene Demoniac, Jairus, Simon Peter, Rich ruler, Bartimaeus & Zacchaeus, John and Marcellus a Roman officer.

Using Biblical, contemporary and background data, Alex MacDonald skilfully tells the stories of those who were with Jesus at key points in his life.

It unfolds as if you were on the spot looking on. The stories are based on factual evidence of what really happened. This book will capture your imagination causing you to ask “What would my reaction have been if I had been there?” or “Was this really what happened”?

Alex MacDonald

About Alex MacDonald

Alex MacDonald is the minister of Buccleuch & Greyfriars Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh. He is married to Evelyn and they have four Children, Katharine, Douglas, Alison and Robert.

Specifications

  • Author: Alex MacDonald
  • Release Date: November 2007
  • Pages: 144
  • Format: Trade paperback
  • Dimensions: 198 x 130
  • ISBN: 9781845502850
  • Imprint: Christian Focus
  • Category: History & Biography > Biography > Biography & Autobiography

Endorsements

"I read these stories at a sitting and really enjoyed them. I understand now why people say that when Alex preaches these story-sermons you can hear a pin drop. And I also appreciate why by God's grace these same occasions are often when the penny drops. Good stories have a way of getting round people's carefully constructed defences. May these stories draw many to the hero of the biggest story of all."

Alastair I Macleod, St Andrews Free Church of Scotland

"Narrative preaching is an extremely difficult art to
master, because imagination has to be used as a tool
to convey truth and make the reader want to grasp it,but must never take over itself. Alex MacDonald has
managed here to present us with a series of stories that
superbly manage to retell well known historical facts
in a way that magically take us to the lands and times
in which they actually happened. A book for young
and old, for seasoned preachers and truth-seekers,
and ultimately for anyone who simply likes stories well
told."

Manuel ReaƱo, Principal, Bible Seminary of Columbia Medellin-Columbia, South America.
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