Document storage jar and a first century document  
the parable of the The Messiah Scrolls
 

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Apostolic authority in
the 21st century

(with a review by
Tom Krattenmaker)

Notes and tweets
from the 2014
Justice Conference


The transformative
rule of Christ


An invitation to
Millennial Christians and
unaffiliated young people


Authors, agents,
and publishers...


The Messiah Scrolls
as Digital Literature


Note to my friends

How can we know God?
Through the Holy Spirit!


The Gospel in Christ Culture:
how resemblance and
stereotypes endanger
100% Christian community


Christ Culture and
Civil Community


Table of Contents

About the Authors

About the Parable
...if you’re Christian
...if you’re not Christian
...if you prefer not to state
...and Second Life

Project Strategy & Goals

Complete preview
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  • An online web-book about the origins of the first Christian community
  • Be present with the Apostles as the New Testament was written and compiled
  • Witness the community building power of the Holy Spirit
  • Readable from any browser (iOS, Android, PCs) with pop-up references
  • Includes tools for annotation, preparing for eventual hard copy delivery
  • Follow @messiahscrolls on Twitter for the latest news, or visit our Facebook page to share your comments
 
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If you'd like to purchase the online novel for FREE (which removes the invitation to purchase but doesn't otherwise affect your reading experience), fill out the left side of the next page and when checking out, enter discount code JOHN316 for a 100% discount. Premium members who have already purchased the online novel will receive the hard copy version with annotations.

Many thanks to everyone who has supported my twelve year research project on the first Christian Community.

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  • Read Chapter Three which shows a glimpse of young John, the future apostle, and his best friend, later Paul's scribe, at rabbinical school (no registration required, so displays without popup definitions)

With gratitude,

Tertius29
Tertius29@comcast.net

 

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