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Overview Did you know . . . That Redeemer is one of the oldest names for God? That God actually stopped the sun in place for a day to help the Israelites win a battle? Or that the term Trinity does not appear in the Bible but was first used by the early church? 1001 Things You Should Know About God is packed with unique, important, and unfamiliar facts about God that every person should know and consider. Brief, accessible entries make the information fun and easy to take in, even for busy readers. Chapters cover a range of topics including what God is like, God's church, the trinity triangle, and more. This lively book is for everyone who wants to know more about God and his character, will, and actions. It is also a handy reference tool for pastors and teachers looking for interesting illustration material or succint definitions.
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Studio: Baker Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.51" Width: 5.53" Height: 0.67" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2003
Publisher Baker Publishing Group
ISBN 080106449X ISBN13 9780801064494
Availability 0 units.
More About Jerry MacGregor & Marie Prys
Jerry MacGregor has written more than two dozen titles, including two books that hit #1 on the bestseller lists in their category. Jerry earned his master's degree from Talbot Theological Seminary and did his doctoral work at the University of Oregon. Jerry lives with his wife in Hillsboro, Oregon
Jerry MacGregor currently resides in the state of Colorado. Jerry MacGregor was born in 1958.
Reviews - What do customers think about 1001 Surprising Things You Should Know about God?
God Revealed Jan 9, 2007
As a born again Christian I find this book to be a very good reference. The authors arranced so that topic anr easy to find and written in layman terms. My copy is placed near my desk. --- Kenneth Whitman