How do you see God 1

How do you look god

Marie-Hélène Delval, Rainer Oberthür

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Nobody has ever seen God, but in the Bible we find many images to wonder and wonder: He is the light, the rock, the source, the shepherd, the way, a father, a friend ... In the poetic words and picturesque illustrations in In this book we encounter him in a completely new way and learn more about a God with whom we can be safe, even if he remains a mystery.

Translated into German by Rainer Oberthür and Jean-Pierre Sterck-Degueldre.
From 5 years

Dimensions (L / W / H) 21.6 / 21.2 / 1.5 cm
Weight 488 g
Illustrations with numerous colored illustrations
Edition 5th edition
illustrator Barbara Nascimbeni
translator Rainer Oberthür, Jean-Pierre Sterck-Degueldre
Sales rank 89063
Immediately available free shipping
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Dimensions (L / W / H) 21.6 / 21.2 / 1.5 cm
Weight 488 g
Illustrations with numerous colored illustrations
Edition 5th edition
illustrator Barbara Nascimbeni
translator Rainer Oberthür, Jean-Pierre Sterck-Degueldre
Sales rank 89063

description

Nobody has ever seen God, but in the Bible we find many images to wonder and wonder: He is the light, the rock, the source, the shepherd, the way, a father, a friend ... In the poetic words and picturesque illustrations in In this book we encounter him in a completely new way and learn more about a God with whom we can be safe, even if he remains a mystery.

Translated into German by Rainer Oberthür and Jean-Pierre Sterck-Degueldre.
From 5 years


A small question with big answers
by Sandra Herrmann from Regensburg on April 8th, 2011

... for large and small people aged five and over. The Bible often speaks of God: of what he does, of how he is, of what makes him so special. But what he looks like is not answered. But there are a lot of pictures about him: God is great, God is small, God is a shepherd, a fortress ... And what do you mean ... ... for big and small people from the age of five. The Bible often speaks of God: of what he does, of how he is, of what makes him so special. But what he looks like is not answered. But there are tons of pictures about him: God is great, God is small, God is a shepherd, a fortress ... And what does it all mean? Marie-Hélène Delval has lovingly dealt with the images and the transfers to them and thus offers everyone simple interpretations that fit well into everyday life and experiences of children. And suddenly it's not so abstract anymore that God is mercy or a light. The illustrations by Barbara Nascimbeni complement each other beautifully. Colorful without being overloaded, she makes the images of the Bible tangible. It invites young and old on a journey into wonderful fantasy worlds in which everything is possible. So it is up to the end to decide how to imagine God. Because even if it appears in the pictures, it is only a premonition that continues to inspire the imagination. Read, watch, give away and always bring it out to go on trips together!


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