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Son of God: Their Empire, His Kingdom, reviewed by John King

This is a movie worth family time. This movie should engender considerable discussion among those who have a need to begin with an overview of Jesus’ mission and the purpose in His dying. The old adage still holds true, though: No movie should replace reading the book.

Reviewed by John H. King

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Category: Living the Faith, Spring 2014

About the Author: John H. King, M.Th., retired from the pastorate after serving congregations in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts for over 24 years and now develops software for the financial services industry. He is the author of Challenged: Living Our Faith in a Post Modern Age. www.johnhking.com

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