By Charles R. Swindoll
When we rewind historical past again to Abraham’s period, we come upon those that concocted fake superstitions to provide an explanation for the unexplainable. robust kings claimed to be gods, development gigantic pyramids to accomplish immortality. Out of this mass of misunderstandings, one guy emerged. the fellow we all know this present day as Abraham not just claimed that one real author existed but in addition staked his whole lifestyles in this trust. Why, hundreds of thousands of years later, are we nonetheless discussing the religion of this barren region nomad? certainly one of America’s most well liked Bible academics, Pastor Chuck Swindoll, solutions that question and lots of extra during this compelling and insightful biography that might motivate your personal faith.
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Abraham: La increíble jornada de fe de un nómada (Spanish Edition) by Charles R. Swindoll