What Will A Man Give In Exchange For His Soul?
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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