What Will A Man Give In Exchange For His Soul?

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 26, 2011 - Religion - 258 pages
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George D. Johnson’s What Will A Man Give In Exchange For His Soul? is an extensive study of men and women who gave their lives to Christ for the sake of others. Men have exchanged their souls for much power, wealth, and success. When the envious Pharisees asked Christ which was the greatest commandment in the law, in essence, he told them that loving God and their fellow man are the only two laws for which men can exchange their souls. Anything apart from this means they will fall short of God’s expectations. And Johnson’s sophisticated treatise illustrates this fact.
 

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Contents

Introduction
13
John Wycliffe
19
John Huss Jan Hus
20
Martin Luther
26
William Tyndale
32
Jonathan Edwards 17031758
36
George Whitefield
39
John Newton
41
Oswald Chambers
150
Albert Schweitzer
152
Michaux Solomon Lightfoot Elder c18851968
164
József Mindszenty
166
Reinhold Niebuhr 18921971
171
Martyn LloydJones 18991981
176
Aimee Semple McPherson
191
Henrietta Mears
193

William Miller Preacher
46
Charles Grandison Finney
52
Joseph Smith Jr
53
David Livingstone
72
Florence Nightingale
83
William Booth
87
Hudson Taylor
95
Charles Spurgeon
105
Dwight L Moody
113
Smith Wigglesworth
117
Charles Taze Russell
121
Rodney Gipsy Smith
133
Billy Sunday
137
A W Tozer
196
Oral Roberts
198
Gladys Aylward
204
Dietrich Bonhoeffer
207
Kathryn Kuhlman
219
Mother Teresa
222
Jim Elliot
237
D James Kennedy
242
Jim Jones
246
Reverend Ike Who Preached Riches Dies at 74
250
Epilogue
255
Biographical Sketch
257
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