|Title:||Miracle Conversions: Winning the Lost Today|
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|Publisher:||Sovereign World Ltd (April 1, 2003)|
Miracle Conversions: Winning the Lost Today.
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The Lost Gospel: Decoding the Ancient Text that Reveals Jesus' Marriage to Mary the Magdalene is a book published by investigative journalist Simcha Jacobovici and Religious Studies historian Barrie Wilson in 2014. It contends that the 6th century manuscript commonly referred to as "Joseph and Aseneth" is really a disguised history. The book's assertions are not supported by mainstream Biblical scholarship.
Jackie, The Lost Words is an illustrated book, and is a collaboration between you and Robert. Can you tell us a bit about how it came about? JM: The seeds of the idea for The Lost Words came from Robert’s earlier book, Landmarks. My idea was simple: to take some of the nature and landscape words from that book - common words that were falling from common usage - and make gold leaf, icon-like images on one page, with the dictionary definition on the opposite page. A wild dictionary, if you like. I wrote to Robert to ask if he might write the introduction. Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris have made a thing of astonishing beauty' Alex Preston, Observer.