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The Decedent: Napoléon Bonaparte, two-time Emperor of France who died in exile in 1821. Yet many people continue to do just that, even in the face of evidence that they and the religion they support are clearly wrong in holding that the origins of Christianity are divine and unsullied by human politics, greed and arrogance. I appreciated the illustrations by Susan Hellard which added another level of charm to this book. This says much about the kind of righteousness that is promised in Christ, as there is no other kind.

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Publisher: BiblioBazaar (March 10, 2009)

ISBN: 1103517643

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