Item description for The Third Dawn by Thomas J. Nichols...
The Third Dawn takes readers on a biblical journey in the company of Jesus of Nazareth. Told through the eyes of the Savior's lifelong companion, Nur, the novel begins shortly before the birth of the Messiah and follows the life of Jesus until His death and glorious Resurrection. This never before told story concludes with a breathtaking narrative of the death of Mary, the mother of the Son of God. Thomas J. Nichols Prepare yourself for a wondrous and spiritual journey through The Third Dawn. Take this rare opportunity to see the Son of God living the joys and hardship of childhood, adolescence and young adulthood. See him come into the realization of His being and His destiny. Humbly watch the moment when he becomes the Savior, the Jesus of Nazareth who began His mission at the wedding at Cana.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.32" Width: 4.58" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.56 lbs.
Publisher Word Wright International
ISBN 1932196137 ISBN13 9781932196139
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More About Thomas J. Nichols
Nichols is still active in law enforcement after 38 years. He began his career as a rookie jailer in the Tucson Police Department. He retired as Deputy Chief and went on to become Chief of Police of the Lubbock Police Department. Upon retirement as chief of the city police, he began as chief of a school district police department in Lubbock. He continues that role and serves as President of the Texas Association of School District Police. Nichols is a graduate of the University of Arizona, and also graduated from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
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A peaceful look at Jesus and his parents Jan 18, 2004
Mr. Nichols has taken the time to do his research of the life, politics, and the world at the time of Jesus. His book clearly is a novel, but it is as a newspaper described, a description of Jesus joyful burden.