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Extent: Hardcover

Size: 6.4 x 1 x 9.4

Publisher: Atlantic Books; Main edition

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Book of the People: How to Read the Bible

by WILSON A.N.

€23.99

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Charting his own relationship with the Bible over a lifetime of writing, the author of Victoriaand Dante in Loveargues that the Good Book remains relevant even in a largely secular society, capable of being appreciated as a philosophical work, a masterpiece of literature, and a moral touchstone that the Western world has looked to for nearly 2,000 years. In his erudite yet witty study, A.N. Wilson also challenges the ways that fundamentalists--whether believers or nonbelievers--have misused the Bible, either by neglecting its cultural significance or by using it as a weapon against those with whom they disagree.

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