"e;And did those feet in ancient time, walk upon England's mountains green?"e; England's national Jerusalem Hymn puts into verse ancient legends that Jesus traveled to Britain during the "e;missing years"e; that are not covered in the Bible. "e;The Making of the Lamb"e; more than brings the legends to life. The Jesus of this novel, an authentic Christian savior but unlike any portrayed before, encounters pirates, druids, and Iron Age Celts. He faces shipwreck and war, and he grows in strength, wisdom, and compassion. Aware from childhood that he is the Son of God, he strives to become the conquering, heroic Messiah who will lead the Jews to freedom. But one night in Britain he confronts his true fate: a shameful, painful death at an early age. While driving home the significance of Christ's death and resurrection, "e;The Making of the Lamb"e; will also entertain and delight anyone with an open mind and an appreciation for an exciting, fast-moving tale.
The Making of the Lamb
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