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Mary Magdalene and the Easter Enigma
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The Resurrection Code
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What was the likely timing of Jesus resurrection from the grave and subsequent encounter with Mary (contrary to the conventional Sunday dawn scenario)?
Why Johns gospel (unlike the other gospels) points out details of Jesus grave clothes left behind in the tomb and what they signify?
The Resurrection Code attempts to unravel some of the mysteries and symbolism surrounding the resurrection story with fresh revelations written in the style of a mystery novel.
The author, Mark Stibbe, is Vicar of St Andrews Church, Chorleywood. He is a popular speaker in the UK and internationally, and is the author of popular books such as Prophetic Evangelism and One Touch from the King Changes Everything.
Read this book to be both informed and inspired.
The Resurrection Code by Mark Stibbe was published by Authentic in November 2008 and is our 17535th best seller. The ISBN for The Resurrection Code is 9781860244919.
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The Resurrection CodeChristine Walters, via The Good Book Stall
The Resurrection Code looks at the 20th Chapter of John in a new light. Mark Stibbe asks us to look beyond the story as written to see if there is a hidden message. John’s gospel is distinctly different from the other 3 gospels and Mark Stibbe looks at the way it is written, with particular reference to chapter 20, and suggests a possible intriguing insight to the meaning of that passage. It also gives a refreshing and sympathetic view of the character of Mary Magdalene and her role as one of the first witnesses to the resurrection. This book certainly makes you think, even if at times you may not agree with the conclusions drawn.
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Details for The Resurrection Code
|Page last updated||19th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Mark Stibbe|
|Publisher||Authentic (November 2008)|
|Number of Pages||160|