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Joe on the parkway by Mark Tulin | Creative non-fiction | PAROUSIA Magazine |

It was a Sunday, twenty years ago, when a balding red-haired man approached me on the Philadelphia Parkway. He asked if I believed in Jesus. He told me that his name was Joe, and I said to him that mine was Dave…
— Read on parousiamagazine.wordpress.com/2020/06/23/joe-on-the-parkway-by-mark-tulin-creative-non-fiction-parousia-magazine/

(Interesting side note: This true story happened in the 80s. It was about the same time Bob Dylan had his conversion to Christianity.)

6 comments on “Joe on the parkway by Mark Tulin | Creative non-fiction | PAROUSIA Magazine |

  1. Quite a story…and that’s quite a memory.

  2. Wow. What an inspiring story.

  3. Far out! What a story, made my morning.

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