Christmas From the Back Side
Book Session Titles Include: The Scandal Of Christmas Three Votes For An Early Christmas Christmas Comes To A Back Fence How The Government Helped The First Christmas Happen Celebrating Christmas In A Hotel Christmas Comes To A Church Christmas And...
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Book Session Titles Include: The Scandal Of Christmas Three Votes For An Early Christmas Christmas Comes To A Back Fence How The Government Helped The First Christmas Happen Celebrating Christmas In A Hotel Christmas Comes To A Church Christmas And The Impossible Dream
FROM A DIFFERENTANGLE
Take a look at Christmas from alternative angles.
Using an approachsimilar to his other BackSide books, Kalas crafts new insights into the scripturesof the Christmas story by looking at them from the back side
...taking unique starting points...creative re-telling from differentviews...examining the story through new lenses ...or looking through the eyes of anot-so-familiar character.
Book sessiontitles include:
" "The Scandal of Christmas""Three Votes for an Early Christmas""Christmas Comes to a Back Fence""How the Government Helped the First ChristmasHappen ""Celebrating Christmas in aHotel" "Christmas Comes to a Church""Christmas and the Impossible Dream""
Other Titles from the BackSide Series
___ Old Testament Stories from the BackSide
___ The Ten Commandments from the BackSide
___ New Testament Stories from the BackSide
Popular and beloved author J. Ellsworth Kalas presents new insight into the biblical story of Christmas. Kalas approaches the season through the "back side"--through a unique starting point, a creative retelling, a new "lens," or the eyes of a minor character.
Kalas's creative approach both clarifies basic teachings and introduces new possibilities of meaning, even for those who are most familiar with the Christmas story. Enriched with contemporary illustrations and personal experiences, this volume will provide new perspectives.
J. Ellsworth kalas is Senior Professor of Homiletics at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky, where he was formerly president. He also served as a pastor for many years.