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by Fulton Oursler

  • Author: Fulton Oursler
  • ISBN: 0687029104
  • ISBN13: 978-0687029105
  • ePub: 1195 kb | FB2: 1497 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Religions
  • Publisher: Abingdon Press; 1st Abingdon Press Ed edition (September 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 96
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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A Child's Life of Jesus ePub download

On the journey home, Oursler started writing a book titled A Skeptic in the Holy Land. A Child Life of Jesus (1951). Behold this dreamer!: An autobiography.

On the journey home, Oursler started writing a book titled A Skeptic in the Holy Land. I started out being very skeptical," he wrote later, "but in the last chapter I almost converted. He assumed that once the book was published, he would forget about religion. However, perceiving the growing threat of Nazism and Communism, he found himself increasingly drawn to Christian ethics  .

A Child's Life of Jesus book. He sent his own dear Son down from Heaven to join the world and live with people like you and me for a while. So begins A Child's Life of Jesus.

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The folkeyness of Mr. Oursler's treatment of Bible stories - familiar to parents through newspaper articles and radio and book versions of The Greatest Story is admirably suited to. .This retelling of the life of Jesus in loving, reful. Oursler's treatment of Bible stories - familiar to parents through newspaper articles and radio and book versions of The Greatest Story is admirably suited to juvenile literature. The author incorporates some dialogue and small, homey details with which the child is familiar, to shake off some of the strangeness of the story as it appears in the Bible.

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Charles Fulton Oursler was born on Jan. 22, 1893, in Baltimore, Md. He studied law but turned to journalism, working as a reporter and then as an arts critic for the Baltimore American while also contributing to magazines. We hope you and your family enjoy the NEW Britannica Kids. Take a minute to check out all the enhancements! The same safe and trusted content for explorers of all ages. Improved homework resources designed to support a variety of curriculum subjects and standards. A new, third level of content, designed specially to meet the advanced needs of the sophisticated scholar.

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In 1943 he and his family converted to Roman Catholicism

He was a notable author of mysteries and detective fiction under the name Anthony Abbot. In the 1920s he aided Harry Houdini in his crusade against fraudulent mediumship. In 1943 he and his family converted to Roman Catholicism. Some of his books include Spirit Mediums Exposed, A Skeptic in the Holy Land, The Precious Secret, Father Flanagan of Boys Town, The Greatest Story Ever Told: A Tale of the Greatest Life Ever Lived, and Lights Along the Shore. The Greatest Story Ever Told was made into an Oscar-nominated movie.

"One winter's night, long, long ago, God, who made the moon and the rain and the rivers and the flowers, and all the silvery stars, and everything on earth and in the sky, did a new and wonderful thing. He sent his own dear Son down from Heaven to join the world and live with people like you and me for a while." So begins A Child's Life of Jesus. We follow the life of God's Son from the Annunciation through the Resurrection and his return to live with God. We see his kindness to others, the miracles he performed, and the stories he told. Oursler reminds us, however, that the story is not finished yet. Adults and children today are a part of the story. It is up to us to invite Jesus into our hearts and live as he would have us live. If we live as Jesus would have us live, the world will be a wonderful, peaceful place.