Cantelon's Casual Commentary: A 21st Century Guide to the Life of Jesus for the Internet Generation
Not only is the Holy Bible publishing's all-time best seller, but Jesus continues to be the most famous and written-about character in history. The interest in Jesus always eclipses cultural, religious, and generational factors. He has universal and timeless appeal.
Cantelon's Casual Commentary takes a 21st Century look at Jesus and the early history of the Church that sprang from his life and ministry. Its focus is the first five books of the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and the Acts of the Apostles.
James Cantelon, who founded and pastored what is now known as the "King of Kings Church" in Jerusalem, Israel, gives a current, first person exposition and reflection on Jesus' life, death, resurrection, and timeless teaching. He analyzes each of the four Gospels and the book of Acts in a refreshingly relevant manner, appealing as the book cover says to "the Internet generation".
Jesus' unique teaching method using everyday illustrations known as parables, in combination with his radical lifestyle, high regard for the poor and socially outcast, and amazing ability to heal the sick, are all presented in Cantelon's Casual Commentary with refreshing insight and candor. The combination of rigorous research and personal Holy Land experience gives the book a fascinating and unique appeal.