Christmas Uncut Paperback
What Really Happened and Why It Really Matters...
by Carl Laferton;
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Retelling the story of Chirstmas to show just how much it still matters, Carl Laferton's small book is perfect to give, read, and explore.
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This is a book about the real Christmas; the one that has been lost by being turned into a children's nativity play. The one that's been buried under made-up details about donkeys and innkeepers and kings.
And this is a book about why what really happened at Christmas really matters today--about how these amazing events can transform people's lives and futures.
Short, funny, friendly and easy-to-read, Christmas Uncut retells the Christmas story, and explains the gospel message as it does so. Perfect for giving away to unbelieving family and friends, whether they think they know the Christmas story, or know that they don't; and ideal for giving away at the end of Christmas church events.
Christmas Uncut by Carl Laferton was published by The Good Book Company in September 2012 and is our 13657th best seller. The ISBN for Christmas Uncut is 9781908762177.
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"A HUMOROUS, PIERCING AND ABOVE ALL TRUTHFUL BOOK THAT CHALLENGES OUR PRECONCEPTIONS OF CHRISTMAS."
- Rico Tice: Assistant Minister, All Souls Langham Place, founder of Christianity Explored Ministries
Details for Christmas Uncut
|Page last updated||11th March 2017|
|Author / Artist||Carl Laferton|
|Publisher||The Good Book Company (September 2012)|
|Number of Pages||63|