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Angels and Donkeys: Tales for Christmas and Other Times (Anglais) Cassette – Livre audio, 25 décembre 2000

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Triumph of Light over Darkness 30 novembre 2005
Par Robert Cannon - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Perfectly marvelous. The triumph of light over darkness. Christmas, the winter solstice, Chanaka, Kwanza, New Years are all celebrations of the triumph and return of light over darkness. True darkness however is not from the solar system but from the heart of darkness, from man, and in this case, from hitler. We live in a cruel world where history is the history of humans acting rather borish to one another. Light triumphs over hearts of darkness. These stories communicate the story and the triumph of Christmas in a new and fresh way to children - to adults - that will touch the soul. The story of the Birth of Jesus seen in a contrast from the rich neighbor and a poor neighbor. What would the three wise men think about looking for the King of the Jews in a donkey stall? How an old lady can give everything to god. Hear the story of Christmas as you have never heard it before, from those who lived in the valley of darkness.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Disappointed 22 décembre 2011
Par A Rev - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As a minister, I was hoping to find some stories here that I could re-tell. Times have changed, I guess. Many of the stories seemed too long to use today. Some were boring, others dated. Only a couple seemed suited to the Christmas season (which was what I was especially looking for).

The back story on the author (a Huguenot minister in France, during WW II) is powerful. He was a faithful, inspiring, and courageous pastor. No doubt the stories he told were deeply moving to his parishioners. But IMO they are not very useful to pastors today. In themselves, they are probably not of much interest to most readers. I would much rather tell a story ABOUT the author, than a story BY the author. Angels and Donkeys: Tales for Christmas and Other Times.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 buying more for gifts 24 janvier 2009
Par J. Fiske - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a book full of beautiful stories that will help you to see the Biblical story of Christ's birth in a new way. The writing is beautiful and the the stories provide a very different look at the characters of the Biblical narrative.
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Par Heather Roman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have to post a sentence that requires this many words. Why does it need so many words for this?
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Christmas fables from Le Chambon 6 août 2007
Par Lee W. Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This wonderful little book makes available to English-language readers the stories told by Huguenot pastor Andre Trocme in the village of Le Chambon in southern France during the dark days of rule, first by the collaborationist regime of French fascists Henri-Phillipe Petain and Pierre Laval and later directly by the German occupation regime. Trocme and his wife, Magda, both pacifists, had come to Le Chambon in 1934 from northern France where they had been ministering among industrial workers. The front page of his church paper bore this passage (from 1 John 4:20): "If anyone says, 'I love God,' and hates his brother, he is a liar; for he who does not love his brother whom he has seen , cannot love God whom he has not seen." In his memoirs, Trocme wrote that his faith was in the possibility of goodness on earth "without which the theoretical existence of God doesn't interest me." Trocme's role as their shepherd during Vichy and the occupation surely played a role in the rescue by the 5,000 people of that plateau of 5,000 refugees, 3,500 of them Jews. These were Christians who - like their pastor and unlike most of Europe's Christians under the Nazis - practiced what they preached. The living faith of this true disciple of Jesus shines through these Christmas stories. See Pierre Sauvage's documentary about Trocme and the people of Le Chambon. Weapons of the Spirit
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