The Soul of Spiderman by Jeff Dunn
Unexpected Spiritual Insights from the Legendary Superhero

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What can you learn from Spider-man? What do you have in common with the most famous comic book super hero in history? You might just be surprised!

 From his transformation into a new creation to his struggles with forgiving those who have hurt him, Spider-Man’s story offers a startling parallel to the miraculous and everyday experiences of those who follow Jesus. Inspired by the stories and characters in three of the biggest box-office smashes of all time, The Soul of Spider-Man zooms in beyond the special-effects and big stars to examine the unexpected spiritual lessons spun into the background of the Spider-Man films. Readers will heed the warning against greed when they rewind the tragedy of the Green Goblin in the first Spider-Man, and will understand the importance of humility as they take a second look at the damage caused by Peter Parker’s inflated ego in Spider-Man 3. This fast-moving, entertaining take on the spirituality of Spider-Man includes a group discussion guide for film clubs, youth groups, or young adult small groups.

About Jeff Dunn

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JEFF DUNN has been a contributing writer and developmental editor on a number of books, including Cracking DaVinci’s Code and the Christy Award–winning novel A Place Called Wiregrass. He is the coauthor, with Adam Palmer, of Taming a Liger: Unexpected Spiritual Lessons from Napoleon Dynamite.ADAM PALMER’s work has appeared in Relevant, 7Ball, Christian Retailing, Ministries Today and The Refuel Biblezine and he is the coauthor, with Jeff Dunn, of Taming a Liger. Adam was also the co-writer of Brian “Head” Welch’s best-selling autobiography. He lives with his family in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Published May 14, 2010 by Regal. 144 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Religion & Spirituality, Children's Books, Education & Reference.

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