The Liberator - Part 1

Rated 4.77/5 based on 22 reviews
The first twelve chapters of the Gospel of Luke are beautifully illustrated in this 48-page comic book. From modern applications to a bit of tongue-in-cheek, readers are challenged to consider passage after passage in an entirely new light. This is the first of two volumes which cover the entire Gospel. More
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TiraGP reviewed on June 16, 2017

It's fun to read the Bible stories in comic format. With pictures it's easy to tell the stories quickly in just a few pages.
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JayHawkFan1 reviewed on April 30, 2017

I've been reading these comics on and off for a while. They are very will drawn and imaginative. A nice alternative to the Bible.
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Victor Luba reviewed on Aug. 26, 2015

Hokum.
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TobySumner reviewed on Jan. 30, 2015

Simple, yet challenging and very deep.
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Shannon83 reviewed on Jan. 29, 2015

Ditto to what I said about part 2. Stunning. I might add, excellent for all ages.
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catandmouse reviewed on Jan. 29, 2015

I browsed through this thinking it may be good for kids, but then I found I kept reading. I like the common sense approach which makes it easy to read while still presenting an important lesson.
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SharonJM reviewed on Jan. 28, 2015

What a great idea! Why didn't someone think of doing this ages ago?
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Elly Cottrell reviewed on Jan. 19, 2015

This is one of the best illustrations of that I have ever seen! well done to the author!
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Lucy Brown reviewed on Aug. 26, 2014

If I could give a higher rating than five stars, then I would give it to this brilliantly illustrated version of the gospel of Luke.
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john chucks VIII reviewed on Aug. 21, 2014

Nice production. There were several times when I had an "ah ha!" or "ohhhhh" moment when the pictures helped me understand a concept that I'd not seen before just by reading text.
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