Who Moved The Stone Paperback

by Frank Morison;


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The classic and iconic study of the Resurrection, Who Moved The Stone? is a probing and insightful examination of the gap between Jesus' death and life. 

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Who Moved The Stone

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Examines the evidence for the Resurrection.

Who Moved The Stone?

The classic text on examining the evidence for the Resurrection. Convinced that the story wasn't true, Frank Morison started to write about Jesus' last days. However, as he studied this crucial period something happened. . .

First published in 1930, this is an in-depth exploration of what happened between the death of Jesus and the resurrection as recorded in the Bible. Using many information sources, this is crammed with vital detail that every Christian should know and is also a powerful tool for persuasion of those questioning Christianity.

Writing this book changed Morison's life. Will you let it change yours?

Who Moved The Stone by Frank Morison was published by Authentic in July 2006 and is our 1430th best seller. The ISBN for Who Moved The Stone is 9781850786740.

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    Author / Artist
    Book FormatPaperback
    PublisherAuthentic (July 2006)
    Weight202g
    Number of Pages223
    Thickness21 mm
    Height127 mm
    Width203 mm
    ISBN9781850786740
    ISBN-101850786747
    Product Code109553
    Page last updated 29th December 2016
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