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Tom Harpur is one of the world’s great writers on the topics of Christianity and ethics and the author of many bestselling books. This special four-book bundle collects: Water Into Wine: An Empowering Vision of the Gospels, an examination of the story and meaning of Jesus’ life; Born Again: My Journey from Fundamentalism to Freedom, in which Harpur relates the personal story of his spiritual development; the perennial bestseller The Pagan Christ: Recovering the Lost Light; and There Is Life After Death, Harpur’s classic examination of death and dying. This is an essential collection from a compelling author, not only for Christian readers, but any reader with a deep interest in philosophy and ethics.

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Born Again The Pagan Christ There Is Life After Death Water Into Wine
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