Manga Messiah: Paperback, the Gospel Paperback
Has He Come to Save the World... Or Destroy It?
by Hidenori Kumai;
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Manga Messiah: Paperback, the Gospel
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MANGA (pronounced "mahn-ga") is the Japanese word for comics. It has become a huge hit with teens and tweens. Manga has emerged as the most popular comics category and is one of the fastest growing genres in publishing.
Appealing to kids and adults, readers will find this edgy rendition of the Gospel accounts both compelling and highly engaging. This authentic, cutting-edge art style is combined with fast-paced storytelling to deliver biblical truths to an ever-changing culture that is often a challenge to penetrate. This is genuine Japanese manga style, unlike other Christian "manga" books in the marketplace.
- Gives a unique presentation of the Gospel accounts
- Includes a map of Galilee, Samaria, and Judea
- Includes illustrated character profiles of key Bible people
- Features an illustrated page on the twelve apostles
- A great way to introduce anyone to the Bible
Manga Messiah: Paperback, the Gospel by Hidenori Kumai was published by Tyndale House Publishers in August 2007 and is our 7827th best seller. The ISBN for Manga Messiah: Paperback, the Gospel is 9781414316802.
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Details for Manga Messiah: Paperback, the Gospel
|Author / Artist||Hidenori Kumai|
|Publisher||Tyndale House Publishers (August 2007)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 9 years up to 13 years|
|Number of Pages||287|
|Page last updated||1st June 2017|