During the years when the first Christian lived as a teacher and healer of men in the Galilean country, the sins and sufferings of mankind haunted his footsteps. As the Master journeyed from countryside to city, meeting with fishermen, priests, lawyers, money-changers, civilians, and soldiers, the evils of the times clamored for redress.
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