Item #: 1295-2
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Author: Alexander J. Basile
Copyright: 2009
First Printed: 04-16-2009

Of all the many ways in which the followers of Jesus referred to Him – they looked upon Him and later referred to Him as the Way, the Truth and the Life – undoubtedly the most frequent and popular appellation was that of Teacher or Master. People of every sector of society came to Him looking for answers. Many sensed that He held the secrets to an existence they all aspired to, both here and hereafter, and they did not hesitate to question Him at length on topics near and dear to their hearts. In this book, Basile takes an existential look at the teachings of Jesus and invites the reader to journey with the Master from the carpentry shop, to the Sermon on the Mount, to the Resurrection, as he unlocks the key to living a happy and fruitful life. He offers a number of beautiful reflections on the Scriptures and takes a fresh look at the life of Jesus that will leave the reader with solid answers to their questions about what Jesus really taught. Lessons from the Master: Living Like Jesus is not only informative, at the same time it makes for highly engaging reading for the followers of Christ of any age. As such, it highly recommends itself for use as a classroom text, retreat resource, or simply for personal spiritual growth.

About the Author: Presently a member of the faculty at Kellenberg Memorial High School in Uniondale, New York, Alexander (Alex) J. Basile, Jr., is chairperson of its Religious Education Department which oversees a staff of 23 teachers. A graduate of St. John’s University in Queens, New York (class of 1984), Alex is he author of the very popular work entitled Finding Faith in a Godless World: A Catholic Path to God (ST PAULS/Alba House, 2008). Over twenty-five years of classroom experience with young people have eminently prepared him for dealing with the way Jesus answered the many questions addressed to Him by His interrogators.

Book: 127 pages
ISBN: 978-0-8189-1295-5
Prod. Code: 1295-2

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