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The Gospel According to Saint Luke; an Illuminated Manuscript by James Pepper

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The Gospel According to Saint Luke: from The Pepper Bible, A Modern Illuminated Manuscript

Amazon 
Barnes and Noble Nook

The E-book, is out now on Amazon, Barnes and Noble.com and also on the iBooks for the iPad.  A handwritten illuminated manuscript with 25 full page illuminations and 440 illustrated verse initials made like they were written a thousand years ago.

These eBooks are available on many different devices and you can find the apps on the webpages for the books.  For instance Nook Books are available on the   PC,  iPhone, iPad, Android, and the Nook.

You can give this to another person, Amazon has a feature where you can give eBooks to other people.

And we have Christmas Cards at this address: https://pepperbible.com/purchase/

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The Pepper Gospels

I have made – by hand – an illuminated manuscript of the Gospels, a separate and complete New Testament and several books of the Old Testament.  I did not use computers, I did it the hard way, as it has been done for centuries.

This is a 5 minute video by “American Bible Society Presents:”

For this work I have blessings from Pope John Paul II and the Archbishop of York.

“It is given to very few to undertake, or even contemplate, a labour of such Herculean proportions. It is given to fewer still to complete it. What you have done represents an achievement which, so far as His Grace is aware, is quite without parallel in modern times.” “It is a powerful witness to the living God.”  Archbishop of York Sentamu Ebor


“His Holiness prays that your work will help you to discover each day in the inspired writings of the Old and New Testaments “a support for faith, food for the soul and a pure and lasting fount of spiritual life” “He invokes upon you joy and peace in our Lord Jesus Christ.” March 26, 2002, Vatican

The following are links to videos and newspaper articles on my work.

CBS Video

Illustrating the Bible – United Methodist News Service

On and Overgrown Path