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Publisher's Summary

This a handpicked collection of some of the greatest Christian stories ever written. Many were written by the most celebrated authors of all time - such as Leo Tolstoy, Mary Twain, and Johanna Spyri.
When we speak of these works as Christian stories, we mean that each story has a powerful Christian message based on Jesus' teachings. Three of the stories are from Jesus himself. Others were written by devout believers like Henry Van Dyke and Johanna Spyri. Yet, one of the authors, Mark Twain, was not a Christian himself. Leo Tolstoy radically embraced the teachings of Jesus, but he struggled most of his life with orthodox Christian doctrines. Yet, the stories included herein from both Twain and Tolstoy reveal profound insights into the teachings of Christ.
Among the unabridged works contained in this compilation are:



"The Other Wise Man" by Henry Van Dyke
"Moni, the Goat Boy" by Johanna Spyri
"How Much Land Does a Man Need?" by Leo Tolstoy
"The Silver Mine" by Selma Lagerlof
"The War Prayer" by Mark Twain
"Where Love Is, God Is" by Leo Tolstoy
"The Little Hero of Holland" by Mary Mapes Dodge
"Androcles and the Lion" (Traditional)
"A Spark Neglected Burns the House" by Leo Tolstoy

©2008 Scroll Publishing Company (P)2008 Scroll Publishing Company
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