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Manga Bible


The Manga Bible is a Japanese comic book series based on the Bible. The books are originally written in Japanese and illustrated by a Japanese manga artist then published in English.

The first book, Manga Messiah, was published in North America in 2007 and covered the four gospels. The second, Manga Metamorphosis published in 2008 and shown left, completes the retelling of the New Testament.

Manga Mutiny, published in 2009, retells Genesis through Exodus 15:27. The final 2 books, Manga Melech and Manga Messengers due in 2010 and 2011 will cover the rest of the Old Testament.

Each book is about 300 pages long.

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Sat, Apr 10th - 9:00AM

Albert Schweitzer


I too had thoughts once of being an intellectual, but I found it too difficult. - Albert Schweitzer

German-born Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965) was a theologian, philosopher, musicologist, medical missionary, and Nobel laureate.

Schweitzer was ordained as the curate of the Lutheran Church of Saint Nicholas in Strasbourg in 1900; a year later he became principal of the theological seminary there. In music he gained fame as an organist and authority on organ construction.

Schweitzer established his reputation as a theologian with The Quest of the Historical Jesus (1906; trans. 1910), in which he interpreted the life of Jesus in the light of Jesus' beliefs about death and afterlife. In other theological studies such as The Mysticism of Paul the Apostle (1930; trans. 1931), Schweitzer examined the New Testament from the viewpoint of its reputed authors—for example, Schweitzer examined Paul’s letters to learn about his personal experience of the divine.

At the age of 30 Schweitzer turned away from the successful career he had established in theology and music. From 1905 to 1913 he studied medicine and surgery with the intention of serving humanity by becoming a medical missionary in Africa. In 1913 he and his wife, a trained nurse, went to Lambaréné, French Equatorial Africa (now in Gabon), and set up a hospital.

He returned frequently to Europe to lecture, give organ recitals, visit his family, and raise money for his hospital which provided care for thousands of Africans. In 1952 he received the Nobel Peace Prize. Schweitzer died in Lambaréné on September 4, 1965. His daughter, Rhena, took over the administration of the hospital after his death.



 
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