James Webb’s ‘Listening Book’ is a thought-provoking and beautifully written challenge to the way in which we live our lives in a complex world. Through a set of parable-like short stories, Webb offers us an innovative and creative insight into God’s word and, while being engaging and captivating throughout, the stories never lose their subtlety and charm.
These tales are an exploration of some of the ideas we find in the Bible, with each one carrying the essence of God’s word. Webb uses his background in Bible teaching to combine both scriptural integrity with an enchanting written style to create what is, without doubt, a unique and perceptive book.
In addition to being beautifully written, ‘The Listening Book’ is stunningly presented, with astounding photographs throughout. A joy to flick through, this book’s easy-to-read style makes it accessible to both young and old alike.
‘The Listening Book’ aims to present some of the concepts found in Christianity in a new and intuitive way and, with themes ranging from love to evangelism, it really does have something for everyone.
|Publisher:||Lioness Writing Ltd|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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'The Listening Book' is stunningly presented, with astounding photographs throughout. A joy to flick through, this book's easy-to-read style makes it accessible to both young and old alike.
Table of ContentsAcknowledgments x Introduction 1 The Soul Painting 3 Rufus and the Troll 7 Look on the Bright Side 15 Mustard Seed 19 Old Fool 23 Tame the Sun 29 The Note 33 Urges to be Killed (One) 37 Flowers and Weeds 43 The Boy who Held God 47 The Sister and the King 53 Gifts 59 Treasure 63 Mirror Mirror 69 On the Perils of Having a High Estimation of Artistic Talent 73 Sofa 77 By the Riverbank 81 The Double Tragedy of the Goblet 87 Knock and the Door shall be Opened 91 Hidden Things 97 Un Dieu Défini est un Dieu Fini 101 Lunchtime 105 Urges to be Killed (Two) 109 Pride 115 Death 119 The End? 127