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Exalted: Putting Jesus in His Place

by Douglas Goodin

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0985118709, Paperback)

The two biggest questions any human being can ask are, What is the meaning of life? and How do I please God? The world tries to answer the first and comes up empty. The church tries to answer the second and too often comes up short. As it turns out, the answer to both is the same. In a straightforward, conversational style, Douglas Goodin proclaims that which is so simple yet so profound. He wants you to grasp and grapple with the implications of the glory of Jesus. He has written in hope that he might motivate you to live intentionally Christ-obsessed in all things.

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