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Saint Paul of Tarsus 5-65 AD Rome
The Great Adventure – Mumfordebooks based on Eagle Comic 1950 AD

Introduction Titles to 4 of 4 Biblical illustrated short stories:

1 Shepherd King St. David reign 1010-970BCE,
2 Road of Courage: Story of Jesus 4 BC-34 AD,
3 Saint Paul of Tarsus 5-65 AD Rome: The Great Adventure,
4 Youngest Disciple St. Mark 5-68 AD,

First published as an Ebook by Mumfordebooks.com The Great Adventure (St. Paul) written by Chad Varah and illustrated by Giorgio Bellavitis.

• The Eagle Comic has lots of comic strips, tips on sports like boxing, cricket and swimming, to tips about animal pets. On the back-page of the Eagle there is an ambitious series chronicling the lives of famous men from history:
• The Eagle comic inspired at least two generations with its imaginative stories and factual information, setting many children on an ambitious drive, to win through the many changes, metrication and computerisation. Everything is now instant, real or false news, stand-up-food, carbon-neutral transport and digital lives we have to conform to. Our telephones have totally changed our lives from GPS trackers for people to animals and all kinds of transport. Instant images, world wide web. A universal tool to enjoy, you might have downloaded this very story and be reading it right now.

Michael Robert Mumford Editor & Publisher.

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Saint Paul of Tarsus 5-65 AD Rome
The Great Adventure – Mumfordebooks based on Eagle Comic 1950 AD

Introduction Titles to 4 of 4 Biblical illustrated short stories:
1 Shepherd King St. David reign 1010-970BCE,
2 Road of Courage: Story of Jesus 4 BC-34 AD,
3 Saint Paul of Tarsus 5-65 AD Rome: The Great Adventure,
4 Youngest Disciple St. Mark 5-68 AD,

First published as an Ebook by Mumfordebooks.com The Great Adventure (St. Paul) written by Chad Varah and illustrated by Giorgio Bellavitis.

Today, Paul’s epistles continue to be vital roots of the theology, worship and pastoral life in the Latin and Protestant traditions of the West, as well as the Eastern Catholic and Orthodox traditions of the East. Paul’s influence on Christian thought and practice has been characterized as being as “profound as it is pervasive”, among that of many other apostles and missionaries involved in the spread of the Christian faith.

• The Eagle Comic has lots of comic strips, tips on sports like boxing, cricket and swimming, to tips about animal pets. On the back-page of the Eagle there is an ambitious series chronicling the lives of famous men from history:
• Hero’s the Spartan: Roman History 27BC-476 AD,
• The Great Charlemagne 768-814, AD Alfred the Great 847-899 AD, Marco Polo 1254- 1324 (Silk Road 1271-1295), Man of Courage St. Vincent de Paul, 1581-1660, Great Sailor Horatio Nelson 1758-1805, Lincoln of America 1809-1865, Baden Powell Scouting Story 1857-1941 and Deep-Sea Doctor Wilfred Grenfell 1865-1940 was a medical missionary to Newfoundland.
• We must include Eagle’s centrepiece, the Cutaway Drawings, covering all topics of Land, Sea and Air. Available as a double image print. There are Free Kids illustrated Ebooks: Aircraft, Cars, Nature, Pets, Science, Ships, Sport, Trains and Vehicles.
• The Eagle comic inspired at least two generations with its imaginative stories and factual information, setting many children on an ambitious drive, to win through the many changes, metrication and computerisation. Everything is now instant, real or false news, stand-up-food, carbon-neutral transport and digital lives we have to conform to. Our telephones have totally changed our lives from GPS trackers for people to animals and all kinds of transport. Instant images, world wide web. A universal tool to enjoy, you might have downloaded this very story and be reading it right now.

Michael Robert Mumford Editor & Publisher.

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