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More Pace Tales by Dale K. Pace

More Pace Tales

How It Might Have Been

by Dale K. Pace

Pages: 230

Dimensions: 6 x 9

Category
  • FICTION - Christian - General
  • RELIGION - Biblical Studies - History & Culture
  • FICTION - Short Stories (single author)

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781545672556

Price : $15.99



Dale K. Pace’s previous book, Pace Takes, presented 13 fictional stories about people just mentioned briefly in the New Testament. These stories are fictional accounts of how things might have been. The stories are consistent with the New Testament and other reliable history as well as compatible with how people behave. Comments at the end of a story relate its historical context. This book, More Pace Tales, presents 20 more stories. They also address people mentioned briefly in the New Testament. The stories are fictional accounts of how things might have been; they are consistent with the New Testament, other reliable history, and human behavior. Dr. Pace (ThD) draws upon Scripture and history as well as his awareness of human behavior from decades of dealing with jail and prison inmates, from decades of involvement in the world of science and national defense in his role at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, and from his observation of people in general. These stories stimulate imagination and facilitate new insights about God, about how He works in our world, and about how He might work in your life. Those interested in a fuller understanding of the New Testament and its times should find these stories very interesting.Dale K. Pace’s previous book, Pace Takes, presented 13 fictional stories about people just mentioned briefly in the New Testament. These stories are fictional accounts of how things might have been. The stories are consistent with the New Testament and other reliable history as well as compatible with how people behave. Comments at the end of a story relate its historical context. This book, More Pace Tales, presents 20 more stories. They also address people mentioned briefly in the New Testament. The stories are fictional accounts of how things might have been; they are consistent with the New Testament, other reliable history, and human behavior. Dr. Pace (ThD) draws upon Scripture and history as well as his awareness of human behavior from decades of dealing with jail and prison inmates, from decades of involvement in the world of science and national defense in his role at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, and from his observation of people in general. These stories stimulate imagination and facilitate new insights about God, about how He works in our world, and about how He might work in your life. Those interested in a fuller understanding of the New Testament and its times should find these stories very interesting.

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