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How do we get to heaven? Th at is a universal question that roams through the human mind when considering their eternal destiny. While most religions offer speculation or theories regarding that query, Jesus Christ offers a radical response found in John 14:6 stating that no one has access to God or heaven except through Him. How do we respond to such a bold proclamation? Is Jesus Christ the only way? Or is He one of many great leaders that can help usher mankind into true spirituality? While John 14:6 is singlehandedly the most controversial verse found in scripture, it provides us with a straightforward yet profound answer to one of life's most sought after questions. And if we believe what Jesus said, how do we respond?
With keen discernment and thoughtful detail, Dr. Ken Hemphill seeks to shed some light on this controversial verse by focusing on the insightful I AM statements found in the book of John. By carefully examining these radical words, the information presented will help you decide whether Jesus' profound claim is true or not.
Do you find yourself questioning if Jesus' ancient claim has any relevance to our contemporary culture? Does it have any impact upon our eternal destination? Is Jesus really the only way? If you find yourself struggling with questions like these, Dr. Hemphill's I AM will be a valuable resource to discovering those answers.
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Dr. Kenneth S. Hemphill is a well known and respected pastor, theologian and author who has made a profound contribution to Christian life in American. Currently he serves as the National Strategist for Empowering Kingdom Growth (EKG) for the Southern Baptist Convention. Dr. Hemphill is the author of 26 books, including national best seller Prayer of Jesus, Names of God, Eternal Impact, EKG: The Heartbeat of God, and his most recent I AM. Dr. Hemphill served as the president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, TX. He was also the director of the Southern Baptist Center for Church Growth and has held pastoral positions in Virginia, Kentucky and North Carolina. Dr. Hemphill holds doctoral degrees from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Cambridge University. Dr. Hemphill currently resides with his wife in South Carolina. He has three daughters and five grandchildren.
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Book Description CrossBooks Publishing, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1615070354
Book Description Crossbooks, 2009. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1615070354