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Frank Morison - Who Moved the Stone?

Who Moved the Stone? by Frank Morison

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Tags: Paperback, The Person And Work Of Christ, Book, Christian Teaching
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Genre: Christian Teaching
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 24102
Product Format: Book
ISBN: 9781850786740
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Publisher: Authentic Media
Cat. Code: 9781850786740
Release Date: 07 Jul 2006


The book that refused to be written
The real case against the prisoner
What happened before midnight on Thursday
A psychological parallelogram of forces
The situation on Friday afternoon
Thirty-six hours later
On the behaviour of two sisters and the men who fled in the night
Between sunset and dawn
The historic crux of the problem
The evidence of the principal fisherman
The evidence of the prisoner's brother
The evidence of the man from Tarsus
The witness of the great stone
Some realities of that far-off morning
The servant of the priest

The classic text on examining the evidence for the Resurrection.

'It has the supreme merit of frankness and sincerity.'
The Sunday Times

'Who Moved the Stone? Is a remarkable book. It is difficult to imagine anyone reading it and still doubting the resurrection.'
The Rt. Hon. Ann Widdecombe MP

Convinced that the story wasn't true, Frank Morison started to write about Jesus' last days. However, as he studied this crucial period something happened ...

First published in 1930, this is an in-depth exploration of what happened between the death of Jesus and the resurrection as recorded in the Bible. Using many information sources, this is crammed with vital detail that every Christian should know and is also a powerful tool for persuasion of those questioning Christianity.

Writing this book changed Morison's life. Will you let it change yours?

'I owe Morison a great debt of gratitude. 'Who Moved the Stone?' was an important early link in a long chain of evidence that God used to bring me into his kingdom...a stirring intellectual exploration...an excellent starting point.'
Lee Strobel, author of 'The Case for Christ'

Frank Morison was the literary pseudonym for Albert Henry Ross (1881-1950), a journalist and novelist who grew up in Stratford-on-Avon, England.














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