Item description for I Asked, God Answered: A Columbine Miracle by Mark Taylor...
Overview The world is aware of the tragedy of Columbine High School - but is the world aware of miracles worked that day and in days that followed? Mark's survival, recovery, and ongoing ministry bear witness to the miraculous power of God, the healing power of faith, and the sustaining power of love and forgiveness.
Publishers Description Mark Taylor was sixteen years old when he lay dying on the lawn of Columbine High School. He was shot between six and thirteen times, stacked on a pile of bodies in the backseat of a police car, rushed to the hospital and declared to be a "dead kid talking." The world is aware of the tragedy of Columbine High School-but is the world aware of miracles worked that day and in days that followed? Mark's survival, recovery, and ongoing personal ministry bear witness to the miraculous power of a loving God, the healing power of faith, and the sustaining power of love and forgiveness.
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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.04" Width: 5.06" Height: 0.16" Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2006
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN 1598863495 ISBN13 9781598863499
Availability 0 units.
More About Mark Taylor
Mark Taylor is professor of New Testament and associate dean for Master's Programs at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.
Mark Taylor has an academic affiliation as follows - University of Sheffield.
Reviews - What do customers think about I Asked, God Answered: A Columbine Miracle?
I Asked, God Answered: A Columbine Miracle May 18, 2007
I enjoyed reading the book. It gave me some insight into the mind of a psychotic person. I didn't really mind spending the $7.99 for the book since the author is someone who actually went through the experience. I applaud his courage in putting himself and his thoughts out in public view. Keep on going forward Mark!
Forgiveness in action Dec 13, 2006
I've always admired Mark because he was one of the first people to express forgiveness for Eric and Dylan. Thats a stance that he has never wavered from.I find that to be touching and impressive. Mark has a very interesting story to tell. Not only about the shooting and his recovery , but about his experiences at Columbine before the shooting occurred as well. I think a lot of people would find his story to be very inspirational.