The third volume of Jeffrey Wing's Paper Money Messages series in now available. -Editor
This book is for a wide range of readers and not just those that are interested in Paper Money or Christianity. This book will help people understand diverse views of
history in a new way. Readers will be intrigued by the study of Christianity as it is expressed in the text and imagery of paper money. Photos of paper money appear throughout the
book along with an explanation of the personalities and events in Christian history that became memorialized on the world’s money.
The book will explain Christianity’s influence upon the world, and its distinction from other religions. Catholicism and Protestantism are discussed, as well as the differences
between the two. Readers will gain a greater understanding of the religion of Islam and the traditions of the Muslim people and see that paper money images can trace the early
history of the Mormon Church.
The book’s artwork of the imagery on the currency makes it a new, stimulating way to study Christianity and those that played such a significant role in its history.
Christianity has been a large part of the world’s history for almost 2,000 years, and that story is the one told in this book. One topic is the separation of Church and State,
another is the Protestant Reformation that caused Christian believers to question the basic tenets of the Catholic Church and the powerful hold it had on a person’s life. The
settlement of the New World, America, is largely a result of the escape from religious persecution in Europe and evolved with a whole new set of Christian values. Devoted men and
women appear in each of the stories who were instrumental in spreading, preaching and defending Christianity, and some of whom were martyred for it. The complete subject matter of
this book about Christianity is extensive.
The last chapter of this book brings attention to those who have given their lives to the service of Christ, including pastors, doctors, nurses, activists, teachers, poets,
authors, and those who work with the poor. This book presents Christianity in a different light, through the imagery of paper money, and displays its continued spread throughout
the world by countless, devoted followers as first commissioned by Jesus Christ so many centuries ago.
Paper Money Messages-Vol 3 (Christianity) is now available on Amazon." Here is information from the web site and Amazon. This book makes a great Christmas present
because it shows the "reason for the season." The price is $49.99.
Author Jeffrey Wing adds:
I hope that this book will be my best seller due to the subject of Christianity, which I believe will be very interesting to a wide range of readers. It will help
non-Christians understand how Christianity has impacted history. Personally, I believe this book is important because it will help Catholics, Orthodox and Protestants better
understand past history and is a reminder of the shared core beliefs of Christianity. Most importantly, it brings attention to the many great Christian men and women that have
made sacrifices to help others.
Last week's new book on the "In God We Trust" motto also generated a great deal of interest. A great topic, and I'm not sure if a book on banknotes has ever
focused on this before. -Editor
For more information, or to order, see:
Paper Money Messages- Vol 3 (Christianity)
Paper Money Messages (https://papermoneymessages.com/)
To read the earlier E-Sylum articles, see:
NEW BOOK: PAPER MONEY MESSAGES VOLUME 2 (https://www.coinbooks.org/v21/esylum_v21n44a05.html)
NEW BOOK: IN GOD WE TRUST (https://www.coinbooks.org/v22/esylum_v22n41a04.html)
Wayne Homren, Editor
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