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Available for the first time in audio, Fulton Oursler's 1949 novel about the life of Jesus Christ was written with powerful simplicity and set against a rich historical background. Using a fictionalized narrative, Oursler takes events from the Gospels of the New Testament and adds imaginative dialogues and personalities to recreate the first century, while maintaining Biblical integrity. As you experience Christ's nativity, the Holy Family's flight into Egypt, Christ's public ministry, passion, death, and resurrection, you will almost feel as if you were there. With an introduction by Billy Graham.
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A classic first published in 1949 and read by millions since then, this is a dramatic, engrossing narrative of the ever-new story of the life of Jesus Christ.About the Author:
Fulton Oursler (born Charles Fulton Oursler) was an American journalist, editor, and writer. 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. After touring the Middle East in 1935, Oursler became very interested in religion and Christian ethics in particular. 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.
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