The sequel to the best-selling novel Two from Galilee portrays the life of Jesus from the age of twelve, when he debated the elders in the Temple, through age thirty, when he began his ministry, a period not covered in the Bible. Reprint.
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From Marjorie Holmes, one of the most beloved authors of our times, comes the stunning story you have been asking for, the inspiring sequel to her national bestseller, Two From Galilee...Three From Galilee.
Rooted in her broad knowledge of the Bible and of history, Marjorie's wonderful new novel explores the "lost years" of Jesus' young manhood-a period not even mentioned in the Bible. Where did he go and what did he do between the age of twelve, when we last see him debating the elders in the temple, and the age of thirty, when he began his ministry? What were those years like for Mary? Was her son as human as his brothers? Was it possible that he, too, could fall in love? With great reverence, Marjorie Holmes employs her remarkable talent for vividly recreating characters and background to bring Jesus, his parents, brothers, sisters, and friends to sparkling life. Three From Galilee is a dramatic, deeply moving, and unforgettable story.About the Author:
Marjorie Holmes was born in Iowa, where she graduated from Cornell College in 1931. She moved to the Washington area, where she wrote columns for the Washington Star and Woman's Day magazine, and also taught university-level writing courses. Holmes is best known for her fictional trilogy Two from Galilee (1982), Three from Galilee (1985), and The Messiah (1987). She wrote 32 books, many of them bestsellers, including the classic, I've Got to Talk to Somebody, God. Holmes was awarded the Freedom Medal. She died in 2002.
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