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Songs of the Deliverer: A Modern Day Story of Christ (Unabridged)

by Elvo Fortunato Bucci

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Can one man save the world? *An enlightening and entertaining novel teaching the Christian faith* A baby lies with his young mother in a manger, destined to be the savior. But he is crucified on the cross and never gets the chance. Two thousand years later, a man enters the void of a godless era to bring salvation to the world. He has no money, owns no possessions, carries no title, and asks for nothing in return for his wondrous deeds. He vows a singular outcome to those who believe: eternity in heaven. For that, he is judged by the authorities to be a menace and a fraud. His sentence is persecution. Yet he does not appeal their unjust verdict nor submit to their extortion. Instead, he offers his life in ransom to liberate his believers. In the end, his words and his works are sent to die along with him. Then the Deliverer does something that forever changes the world. Songs of the Deliverer is a re-imagining of the Gospel stories of the Bible written for teens and young adults. The novel and the reflections on the Songs of the Deliverer website provide a perfect way for young people to learn more about Christ and the faith to which we are called.

Elvo Fortunato Bucci, Songs of the Deliverer: A Modern Day Story of Christ (Unabridged)
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  • Narrator: Steve Carlson
  • Published: 2015

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