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ISBN: 0676978959
Author: Anne Rice
Language: English
Publisher: Vintage Canada (February 26, 2008)
Pages: 384
Category: World Literature
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 604
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Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt (2005) is a book by Anne Rice that depicts the life of Jesus Christ at the age of 7 to 8. Rice wrote the novel after returning to the Catholic Church in 1998. Beliefnet named Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt its 2005 Book of the Year on the basis of its "creativity, its unique spin on one of the world's most important religious figures, and for its impact on Christians and other readers".

Book 1 of 2 in the Life of Christ Series. Ships from and sold by RED CARPET BOOKS shrink wrapped shipped in a box.

The sea saw it, and fled: Jordan was driven back. The mountains skipped like rams, and the little hills like lambs. Ye mountains, that ye skipped like rams; and ye little hills, like lambs? Tremble, thou earth, at the presence of the Lord, at the presence of the God of Jacob; Which turned the rock into a standing water, the flint into a fountain of waters.

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Home Anne Rice Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt . Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt. Summary: The latest cultural and literary news is that Anne Rice has found Jesus, that she's become a Christian, and that she now wants her writing to reflect her newfound faith and how it's impacted her life. I don't think it's a marketing scheme - she doesn't need the help, quite frankly, and it's not really the demographic her Lestat novels have traditionally been drawing.

This is the book Anne Rice was born to write, a novel about the childhood of Jesus from Alexandria to Galilee in the turbulent 1st century - the story of the boy who was born to be King of the Jews, the'ultimate supernatural hero, the ultimate outsider, and the ultimate immortal'

This is the book Anne Rice was born to write, a novel about the childhood of Jesus from Alexandria to Galilee in the turbulent 1st century - the story of the boy who was born to be King of the Jews, the'ultimate supernatural hero, the ultimate outsider, and the ultimate immortal'. Incomparable in its boldness and daring, shockingly timely in its evocation of the Middle Eastern world in another era, hers is a unique and palpable rendering of part of the greatest story ever told

ves to care for the women in one boat and the little ones in another. The waves were so rough I thought we would be pitched into the sea. But I loved it all the same. At last we were able to jump out and make our way through the foaming tide to the land

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With my beloved assistants, Becket and Sue, on the 2006 Tour. CompraEl Mesías: El niño judio aquí! Having completed the two cycles of legend to which she has devoted her career so far, Anne Rice gives us now her most ambitious and courageous book, a novel about the life of of Christ the Lord based on the gospels and on the most respected New Testament scholarship

Having completed the two cycles of legend to which she has devoted her career so far, Anne Rice gives us now her most ambitious and courageous book, a novel about the early years of CHRIST THE LORD, based on the Gospels and on the most respected New Testament scholarship.The book’s power derives from the passion its author brings to the writing and the way in which she summons up the voice, the presence, the words of Jesus who tells the story.From the Hardcover edition.

Comments:

Vudomuro
This, together with her first book about Young Jesus, painted a story of Jesus that was more relatable and not as vague as what is told in the Bible. These stories allowed us to grow with the boy who was to be Christ our Savior when he became a man. Through it we can feel how Jesus grew into his God directed role, knowing instinctively how to bring the clay doves to life, but from within a child’s innocence, not fully comprehending the power of the miracle. And, it showed us that he was indeed a man, having all the feelings of a man, but destined to grow beyond them to fulfill his purpose. Thank you, Anne Rice.
Oveley
I could not help but think back to the novel Memnoch The Devil, and the scene where Lestat encounters The Lord out in the middle of the desert. It is at this point that the reader may expect there to be the inclusion of a first-person narrative by The Lord himself. Instead, Anne Rice has fulfilled that anticipation with two novels about the childhood and life up to about age 30 of Yeshua bar Joseph.

The Devil in "Cana" reminds me of both Memnoch (don't forget the wings), and the ghostly "Goblin" of Blackwood Farm -- Memnoch, because he thinks he is clever, and can make anyone believe what he claims is true, and Goblin, because he is a mirror image of Tarquin Blackwood, just as The Devil here materializes as a mirror image of Yeshua!

In both book, be sure to read the addenda for more reading, and information on the research and the use of literary (not historical) characters. If you have the time (time is a very important factor in Cana), find a copy of Josephus. Rice delved into his writings, and you owe it to yourself to see exactly what he had to say -- and why Rice chose him as an authoritative source.
Alsardin
This book is unlike any book I've ever read about Christ! Anne Rice's tale is both gripping, emotional and transformative!! You experience the life of a young Jesus in a very unique way and when she describes scenes that took place in the Bible, Anne's descriptive style makes you feel like you are right there experiencing the things that Christ saw and felt! I used this book to help my son better identify with and understand Christ - his life and the time in which he lived.
Auau
This is the story of Jesus as his life might have been as a child growing up. It is told from the first person perspective of child Jesus. I believe many people forget that Jesus was Jewish and he lived the life that a Jewish person would have lived while growing up. Understanding his experiences and daily life as a Jewish person during those tumultuous times is what Anne Rice portrays in her book. I think many people even forget that Jesus would have to have been a child - they see him as a baby and grown man only - lol In this book we are faced with the realistic possibility of an uncertain, non-confident Jesus who is in limbo about what he is to do, who he is, and is uncertain about the world and his place in it. He is a child - a child who is learning
I believe that Anne Rice does a wonderful job of portraying this perspective. i am waiting for the sequel now
Bradeya
I've always liked reading Anne Rice novels. This is quite a turn from the previous subject matter that I'm used to from her. This is a marvelous story of Jesus as a child growing up not realizing his true nature. An almost impossible blending of fact and fiction, this book hits the mark. I really enjoyed this reverent and seemingly historically accurate account of the very early life of Jesus Christ. Through extensive research and a wonderful imagination, Anne Rice brings to life a story that, I at least, have never heard. I don't think you will be disappointed.
Windforge
This book gave you something to think about. As Christ followers we always hear about the birth of Christ and when he was a young man, then at the age of 33, but never things Christ had to experience as a child. We don't imagine what His life had to be like growing up, challenges He had to face at the time of Herod being king. We don't think about Christ needing to be protected from Himself and the people. Just remember that this is a fictional book so it is not always accurate to the bible. But a great read!
Buzalas
I read Anne Rice's previous Christ the Lord Out of Egypt and was so captivated that I wanted more. To my fortune, I found this, the second in what I hope is not the last in a series. Though fiction, but based from research, for me, stories such as this do more for my faith than hard core dogma. This definitely appeals to my interests and inspired me to look for more books of a similar theme. Thoroughly enjoyable. I recommend reading Christ the Lord Out of Egypt first.
I liked this book a lot, as well as its sequel. From a writer who is usually thick and rich with words, these books are clean and simple without being dull, and I found it refreshing. If vampires are velvet and witches are silk, the Jews of her writing are clean white linens and wool.
Raised a Baptist myself, I had never heard the legends of Christ's childhood, and I enjoyed that part, and its being entwined with well known, long loved Biblical truths helped me easily immerse myself in the story. I loved reading about the family structure of that time, and the small parts of daily life.
I wish she had not gone back on the "dedication" of her writing to the Lord though, as I was looking forward to a third book ( I'm a sucker for a series) and her last vampire book was terrible . Don't tell God you're going to do something and then not lol.
If you can read a story about Christ without trying to turn it into a theological research book and arguing with it, you should enjoy this book.

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