Thomas the Israelite Philosopher's Account of the Infancy of the Lord

Thomas the Israelite Philosopher's Account of the Infancy of the Lord : Lost & Forgotten Books of the New Testament

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THOMAS the Israelite Philosopher's Account of the INFANCY of the Lord An Account of the ACTIONS and MIRACLES of our Lord and Saviour JESUS CHRIST in his INFANCY to Early Childhood. This work has been primarily created & Produced by Pastor Michael Gore for Arise Apostolic Church's in Australia of which Pastor Michael is the National leader these teaching books of Scripture and Commentary have been designed for the training and education of its Minister's & Bible College Students. Expand your knowledge of Jesus Christ and of the Holy Bible it's self by learning about the great books and works of Scripture that are not currently contained in our Western Protestant Bibles! Through this Lost Scripture you will be amazed as you learn about miracle, signs & wonders that Jesus performed in His youth. Be surprised at the depth of His mind and thinking and skill as a tradesman. Once you have tried this one maybe you will venture and have a look at some of our other works: -The First Gospel of the INFANCY of JESUS CHRIST - available NOW! On Amazon.com & Kindle e-book store -Thomas's Gospel of the INFACY of Jesus Christ - available Now! On Amazon.com & Kindle e-book store -The GOSPEL of the BIRTH OF MARY - available SOON! on Amazon.com & Kindle e-book store
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  • Paperback | 82 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 5mm | 122g
  • English
  • Illustrations, color
  • 1478150009
  • 9781478150008

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