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The Jesus I've always wanted to know better

Before I Set Out A Few Weeks Ago on a vacation trip that included a 17-hour trans-Atlantic hop, a close colleague said, "Get absorbed in a paperback thriller, and you won't even notice how long the flight is. Take a Follett or a Clancy—they're heaven for a long trip."

What I dared not tell her was that I'd already bought not a Clancy but a Yancey. What's more, I felt pretty close to "heaven" during my reading of Philip Yancey's The Jesus I Never Knew (Zondervan/Harper-Collins, 1995). The hours raced by, and the trip was smooth, refreshing, challenging.

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