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The J.B. Phillips version is full of energy and feels ALIVE. For anyone that wants to refresh themselves in scripture in a new format and perhaps a new translation. Read by J.B. Phillips' Grandson, Peter Croft. Special episodes - interviews, stories and inspiring readings from J.B. Phillips' other books.
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"The general idea of this letter is to demonstrate that Jesus amply fulfills all the highest conceptions of the Jewish religion, and is infinitely superior to any predecessors... There is, therefore, for those who belong to Christ far greater privilege in knowing God, but far greater responsibility in serving him loyally". Originally published as p…
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"The general idea of this letter is to demonstrate that Jesus amply fulfills all the highest conceptions of the Jewish religion, and is infinitely superior to any predecessors... There is, therefore, for those who belong to Christ far greater privilege in knowing God, but far greater responsibility in serving him loyally". Originally published as p…
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"The general idea of this letter is to demonstrate that Jesus amply fulfills all the highest conceptions of the Jewish religion, and is infinitely superior to any predecessors... There is, therefore, for those who belong to Christ far greater privilege in knowing God, but far greater responsibility in serving him loyally". Originally published as p…
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"The general idea of this letter is to demonstrate that Jesus amply fulfills all the highest conceptions of the Jewish religion, and is infinitely superior to any predecessors... There is, therefore, for those who belong to Christ far greater privilege in knowing God, but far greater responsibility in serving him loyally". Originally published as p…
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"The general idea of this letter is to demonstrate that Jesus amply fulfills all the highest conceptions of the Jewish religion, and is infinitely superior to any predecessors... There is, therefore, for those who belong to Christ far greater privilege in knowing God, but far greater responsibility in serving him loyally". Originally published as p…
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Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
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Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
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Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
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Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
  continue reading
 
Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
  continue reading
 
Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
  continue reading
 
Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
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Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
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Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
  continue reading
 
Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
  continue reading
 
Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
  continue reading
 
Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
  continue reading
 
Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
  continue reading
 
Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
  continue reading
 
Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
  continue reading
 
Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
  continue reading
 
Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
  continue reading
 
Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
  continue reading
 
Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
  continue reading
 
Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
  continue reading
 
Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
  continue reading
 
Phillips, in the Preface to The Book of Revelation: "In this book the translator is carried into another dimension... He is carried, not into some never-never land of fancy, but into the ever-ever land of God's eternal Values and Judgements". "Although the majority of Christians quite cheerfully accept the inclusion of this mysterious book within t…
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"May I beg you to read Mark’s work again… let the strong lines of this narrative build up for you, as they did for me, a vigorous portrait of the One who is matchless Man. When you see for yourself the stature and quality of that Man, it will not seem to you nearly so difficult to accept what Christians have always accepted - that the Son of Man wa…
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"May I beg you to read Mark’s work again… let the strong lines of this narrative build up for you, as they did for me, a vigorous portrait of the One who is matchless Man. When you see for yourself the stature and quality of that Man, it will not seem to you nearly so difficult to accept what Christians have always accepted - that the Son of Man wa…
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"May I beg you to read Mark’s work again… let the strong lines of this narrative build up for you, as they did for me, a vigorous portrait of the One who is matchless Man. When you see for yourself the stature and quality of that Man, it will not seem to you nearly so difficult to accept what Christians have always accepted - that the Son of Man wa…
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"May I beg you to read Mark’s work again… let the strong lines of this narrative build up for you, as they did for me, a vigorous portrait of the One who is matchless Man. When you see for yourself the stature and quality of that Man, it will not seem to you nearly so difficult to accept what Christians have always accepted - that the Son of Man wa…
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"May I beg you to read Mark’s work again… let the strong lines of this narrative build up for you, as they did for me, a vigorous portrait of the One who is matchless Man. When you see for yourself the stature and quality of that Man, it will not seem to you nearly so difficult to accept what Christians have always accepted - that the Son of Man wa…
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"May I beg you to read Mark’s work again… let the strong lines of this narrative build up for you, as they did for me, a vigorous portrait of the One who is matchless Man. When you see for yourself the stature and quality of that Man, it will not seem to you nearly so difficult to accept what Christians have always accepted - that the Son of Man wa…
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"May I beg you to read Mark’s work again… let the strong lines of this narrative build up for you, as they did for me, a vigorous portrait of the One who is matchless Man. When you see for yourself the stature and quality of that Man, it will not seem to you nearly so difficult to accept what Christians have always accepted - that the Son of Man wa…
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"May I beg you to read Mark’s work again… let the strong lines of this narrative build up for you, as they did for me, a vigorous portrait of the One who is matchless Man. When you see for yourself the stature and quality of that Man, it will not seem to you nearly so difficult to accept what Christians have always accepted - that the Son of Man wa…
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"May I beg you to read Mark’s work again… let the strong lines of this narrative build up for you, as they did for me, a vigorous portrait of the One who is matchless Man. When you see for yourself the stature and quality of that Man, it will not seem to you nearly so difficult to accept what Christians have always accepted - that the Son of Man wa…
  continue reading
 
"May I beg you to read Mark’s work again… let the strong lines of this narrative build up for you, as they did for me, a vigorous portrait of the One who is matchless Man. When you see for yourself the stature and quality of that Man, it will not seem to you nearly so difficult to accept what Christians have always accepted - that the Son of Man wa…
  continue reading
 
"May I beg you to read Mark’s work again… let the strong lines of this narrative build up for you, as they did for me, a vigorous portrait of the One who is matchless Man. When you see for yourself the stature and quality of that Man, it will not seem to you nearly so difficult to accept what Christians have always accepted - that the Son of Man wa…
  continue reading
 
"May I beg you to read Mark’s work again… let the strong lines of this narrative build up for you, as they did for me, a vigorous portrait of the One who is matchless Man. When you see for yourself the stature and quality of that Man, it will not seem to you nearly so difficult to accept what Christians have always accepted - that the Son of Man wa…
  continue reading
 
"May I beg you to read Mark’s work again… let the strong lines of this narrative build up for you, as they did for me, a vigorous portrait of the One who is matchless Man. When you see for yourself the stature and quality of that Man, it will not seem to you nearly so difficult to accept what Christians have always accepted - that the Son of Man wa…
  continue reading
 
"May I beg you to read Mark’s work again… let the strong lines of this narrative build up for you, as they did for me, a vigorous portrait of the One who is matchless Man. When you see for yourself the stature and quality of that Man, it will not seem to you nearly so difficult to accept what Christians have always accepted - that the Son of Man wa…
  continue reading
 
"May I beg you to read Mark’s work again… let the strong lines of this narrative build up for you, as they did for me, a vigorous portrait of the One who is matchless Man. When you see for yourself the stature and quality of that Man, it will not seem to you nearly so difficult to accept what Christians have always accepted - that the Son of Man wa…
  continue reading
 
"May I beg you to read Mark’s work again… let the strong lines of this narrative build up for you, as they did for me, a vigorous portrait of the One who is matchless Man. When you see for yourself the stature and quality of that Man, it will not seem to you nearly so difficult to accept what Christians have always accepted - that the Son of Man wa…
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