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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    I am a 6th grade student in Glendale, AZ and I want to read some more!

    Jonathan's Journey by Katherine Bell, is a story about religion and adventure.the protagonist of this book is Jonathan. Jonathan is a boy who has a problem with himself. He can not eat, talk, walk, or hear. He has something called multiple scleroses. The antagonist is the devil. He is a evil person who was a angel, but he tried to take all of Gods powers and convinced other angels to help him. This did not work because God caught them and sent them to a horrible place called hell. Jesus takes Jonathan on a journey to show him how it would feel to do all the things his brothers could do. He shows him that there are angels around him where ever he goes. Jonathan does not get a healing, but he does get an experience of a life time. The setting is in in many places including Jonathan's Grandmas house, in a boat on the ocean, and others. The theme is adventure and and religion.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2010

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    I am a 6th grade student in Glendale, AZ and I want to read some more

    Jonathan Journey by Katherine Bell, is a story about religion and adventure.the protagonist of this book is Jonathan. Jonathan is a boy who has a problem with him. he cant eat, talk, walk, or hear. he has something called multiple scleroses.The antagonist is the devil.He is a evil person who was a angel but he tried to take all of gods powers and got some other angels to try with him but god sent them to a horrible place called hell.Jesus takes Jonathan on a journey to show him that he can do all things. he shows him that their are angels around him where ever he goes.Jonathan does not get a healing but an experience of a life time.The setting is where ever they go on their adventure.The theme is adventure and and religion.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 20, 2000

    Great to read and improve your understanding

    This book is really Great. It really kept me awstruck through the end. It helped improve my knowledge of Christ and gave me a better understanding. I lend it to almost all my friends, and I read it to my campers during the summer. Deffinetly a must

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