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The Gospel According to Saint Luke, from The Pepper Bible
     

The Gospel According to Saint Luke, from The Pepper Bible

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by James Pepper
 
Over the past two decades, James Pepper has made, by hand, an illuminated manuscript of the Bible. He used a combination of techniques that include pen and ink, pastels, collage, and more. In this particular selection from The Pepper Illuminated Bible, James was inspired to put aside the pages he had originally conceived and painstakingly created to draft a new series

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Over the past two decades, James Pepper has made, by hand, an illuminated manuscript of the Bible. He used a combination of techniques that include pen and ink, pastels, collage, and more. In this particular selection from The Pepper Illuminated Bible, James was inspired to put aside the pages he had originally conceived and painstakingly created to draft a new series in the wake of the 9/11 attacks on the USA.

Editorial Reviews

Archbishop of York Sentamu Ebor
“It is given to very few to undertake, or even contemplate, a labour of such Herculean proportions. It is given to fewer still to complete it. What you have done represents an achievement which, so far as His Grace is aware, is quite without parallel in modern times.”

“It is a powerful witness to the living God.”

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ISBN-13:
9780983029007
Publisher:
The Bowden Group, LLC
Publication date:
09/15/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
12 MB
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Meet the Author

James Pepper is an American Christian artist living in Texas. He has spent the past few decades creating a series of illuminated scriptures by hand - with no aid from computers.

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The Gospel According to Saint Luke, from The Pepper Bible 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
sgtp More than 1 year ago
This is an amazing story. The scribe here works out of his home in Dallas Texas and has been given an office at a church near the SMU campus where he sometimes goes for the light. He has no funding and almost no money. He does not work on a computer, so if he makes a mistake, he starts over. Look at the art on this cover and see how tough that must be. This work, in contrast to a much publicized, highly funded and highly computerized Bible started after this one which is also a thing of beauty, in comparison reminds one of David and Goliath. The Gospel is incredible. Work on James Pepper. God be with you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago