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Driven by Andrew Miller

Three short stories place the birth of Christ in modern times. Each brings a very different perspective. Each brings insight, warmth and a touch of humour. Each sees how Jesus might have worked the social media, healed in the light of modern medicine and handled the fame culture. Driven even addresses that nagging question: 'What would Jesus drive?'

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Size: 92 KB
Date published:   2013
ISBN: 9781304341532 (DRM-EPUB)

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