Introduction To Japanese Kanji CalligraphyBook - 2007
Jesus Christ often uses parables to explain abstract ideas to people. One of the most popular of his parables is the so-called "Parable of the Good Samaritan" found in Luke 10:30-35, which he tells in response to being asked who a neighbor really is. His response shows the importance of acceptance of all people and avoidance of common prejudices.The meaning of this parable, as simple as it seems, can easily be lost by hearers today, nearly twenty centuries removed from the prejudice against people from Samaria. So to get the message across, I have re-told this story to my children in the easiest way that I can, in ways they should better be able to understand. In 2009, my daughter (using the pen-name 'Becky') drew the pictures to go along with this re-telling. ~Philip Flynt
Publisher: Yamaguchi : Shin Nippon ; Enfield : Publishers Group UK [distributor], 2007.
Characteristics: 128 p. : col. ill. ; 26 x 37 cm.
Alternative Title: Japanese Kanji calligraphy