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Nice guys finish last In the book Joshua the author explains how Jesus would be portrayed in our world today through his main character Joshua Joshua is a normal man who lives in the small town of Auburn The residents of this town are people who have mainly spent most of their lives together since childhood But for Joshua being an outsider is a big disadvantage for him if he would like to socialize with the others though it doesnt seem to matter to him much Joshua has characteristics similar to Jesus For example Jesus dealings with the poor and how he would perform some miracles are what Joshua would do Joshua would be there to lend an ear and give advice especially to Marcia Klein who enjoyed his companionship and found his advice to be useful Upon Joshuas arrival in Auburn he stirs up a lot of curiosity within the town Many are interested in his reason for moving to such an isolated town His ways of life are simple and at the same time unique He mostly keeps to himself and doesnt disrupt the peace in town His physical features are striking to Katherine Sanders who runs a local store where her husband George as well as a few others spend their time Many try to find ways into reaching out to Joshua but the first person to socialize with him is Charlie the mailman Joshua is a common carpenter whose work is realized by the synagogue who receives a sculpture of Moses What many people who admire Joshuas work like is how he is able to capture the emotion of the sculpture His work is even noticed by Father Darby who is a very large man and no matter what the situation is he is optimistic about it Though he is very arrogant and thinks highly of himself in which he puts himself above everyone else Arthur is the chauffer
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