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Genres: Juvenile Non-Fiction
Published by Westbow Press on May 16th 2014
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If He Had Not Come, a Christmas story by Nan F. Weeks set in the ‘30s, asks the profound question: What if Jesus Christ had never come to Earth? David Nicholson provides a refreshing update to this timeless classic, originally included in Cynthia Pearl Maus’ anthology entitled, Christ in the Fine Arts. Through an eye-opening, somewhat bewildering dream, a young boy discovers some of the enormous changes the world would face if Jesus had never come to Earth.
This story takes place in the 1930s where a boy goes to bed thinking about the idea of what if Jesus had never come, then goes on to dream about the possibilities. It is eye-opening and a conversation starter for sure.
Overall, I just wasn’t impressed by the illustrations or the way the story was told.