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Jesus Christ A Carpenter of Nazareth?

Sunny George

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ISBN 10: 1438914474 / ISBN 13: 9781438914473
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Title: Jesus Christ A Carpenter of Nazareth?

Publisher: AuthorHouse

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:VERY GOOD

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In this facinating book by Sunny George, Jesus Christ A Carpenter of Nazareth?, a question that both Christians and non-Christians assume has been established for centuries is re-examined. Was Jesus really a carpenter? How has Jesus' work as a poor carpenter shaped his image throughout the ages? This piece of Jesus' biographical history has had major implications for his legacy and teachings. For devoted Christians, the central figure of their relegion labored as a carpenter with meager earnings before he began his public ministry. This idea resonates with many who believe that they should refrain from enjoying wealth in honor of Jesus' sacrifices. This book explains why Jesus was not a carpenter as well as why Christians should awaken to the material blessings along with the spiritual blessings Jesus' life has bestowed on his followers. The story of Jesus' occupation as a carpenter has also incorrectly shaped the non-Christian views as well. The story casts Jesus in a worldly light, leading some to believe he was merely a man who worked, taught life lessons and began a relegion that caught the attention of millions.This book examines the consequences of the Garden of Eden and the restoration through Jesus' sufferings in the Garden of Gethsemane. It explains the manifestation of the sweat free life Jesus achieved for mankind, which the whole world enjoys today through the scientific and technological advancements.This book investigates by using the Bible and other sources to answer important questions: Was Jesus a carpenter? If not, how did he acquire enough resources to launch a widespread public ministry? Was he really a poor young man, or did he have wealth than is commonly believed? If he did, how does this change the world's view of him? This book answers all these and many other compelling questions.

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Sunny George was born in a traditional Christian family. From childhood, he showed much interest in spiritual matters and was involved in many spiritual leadership activities. He served God in youth ministries, campus ministries, and various other church activities from a very young age. After high school, he chose to study science. After completing his degree in chemistry, he started his career as a research chemist in the field of polymeric materials and also continued his study in polymeric chemistry. Later he worked as the technical manager for several years developing products for the automotive industry. During this time he used his research skills to research the bible, science, history and other related areas and came up with many truths which was not known to man. This book is part of his study and research. While working as technical manager, God called him to be in the ministry, and he continues that in various capacities. He is a preacher and teacher of the word of God.

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