Jesus Christ - From His Childhood

Jesus Christ - From His Childhood : The History of the Infancy and Youth of Jesus

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What the religious persons gain here is the contact with the history of the Jesus' childhood, who is not told in the traditional texts of the churches, except the report of the birth and Lucas's episode on the conversation with the masters of laws in Jerusalem. Teachers can adopt this text in the schools, as soon as it is for incredulous, but is also for any religion. And it is also for he who doesn't have a religion at more

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  • Paperback | 106 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 6.1mm | 213.19g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508427496
  • 9781508427490

About Cacildo Marques

Cacildo Marques is graduated in Mathematics and Administration at the University of Sao Paulo (USP), after being expelled of the Unicamp, in the military regime, because of artistic-political activities. He received approval in the credits and qualification in master's degree in Economy at the State University of Sao Paulo (Unesp), leaving the course for academic divergences. He is founder and former president of the Cultural Organization of Defense of the Citizenship (OCDC), and publisher of the Citizen Gazette, in Sao Paulo. He has published the following books, among fiction, poetry, didactic and research: * Rifts of Blue Fringe (Ed. Scortecci-1982) * Stories of the Future (Ed. Camatianas-1984, in partnership) * Eyes and Fonts of the Largest Latin Soil (Ed. Lumine-1985) * Brasilia, Capital of the Bonanza? (Ed. Lumine-1988) * Drawings in MSX (Ed. Scipione-1989) * The Sol of the Flute (Ed. Lumine-1992) * Ten Ways to Abolish the Inflation (Ed. Lumine-1993) * Stories of Friends (Ed. Scortecci-1996, in partnership) * How to Build a World only of Wealth (Ed. Lumine-1988) * Mathematics for Example (Ed. Lumine-1998) * Elegy to the Destroyed Teaching (Ed. Episteme-2005) * From the Pinewoods to the Amazon (Ed. Episteme-2006) * The Brussels Crisis (Ed. Scortecci-2012) * Ravenna Effect - The coup in Brazil was civil (Scortecci-2014)show more