The Big Story Paperback
What's Actually Going on in The Bible between God and Humankind?
by Nick Page;
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The Big Story
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The episodes are accompanied by short commentaries, explaining the background, giving information, helping the reader to spot key themes, and simply encouraging people to think about what is happening.
The Big Story by Nick Page was published by Authentic (Print On Demand) in March 2007 and is our 13373rd best seller. The ISBN for The Big Story is 9781850787266.
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The Big StoryBryan Nicholls, via The Good Book Stall
This condensed telling of the Bible Story shows God's friendship and dealings with humankind. It shows the basis of Christianity with uncomplicated and non-controversial clarity. For newcomers to the bible or Christianity it will be well worth reading. It is helpfully set out in acts and scenes as a drama; a commentary, which gives more detail when it helps, keeps step with the narrative. There is a light touch and choice humour. Page finishes with short notes on some key themes in the story, and indicates how the reader might be concerned with them.
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What age group is The Big Story by Nick Page suitable for and would this be suitable as a baptism gift for a 14 year old
This title is aimed at 'all age worship' and so would be suitable for families and young readers. Whilst being easy to read the reading matter is also highly thought provoking and would appeal to those who wish to really examine the issues. This woud make a great gift for a young person starting to ponder issues of faith.
Details for The Big Story
|Page last updated||24th August 2016|
|Author / Artist||Nick Page|
|Publisher||Authentic (Print On Demand) (March 2007)|
|Number of Pages||128|