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Abraham: The Friend of God (edition 1988)

by Charles R. Swindoll (Author)

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Cuando nos remontamos a la era de Abraham, encontramos personas que inventaban supersticiones falsas para explicar lo inexplicable. Reyes poderosos que se creían dioses, edificicaban pirámides inmensas para tratar de alcanzar la inmortalidad. De toda esa masa de malentendidos salió un hombre. A ese hombre lo conocemos hoy en día como Abraham; quien no sólo afirmó que existía un Creador verdadero, sino que también se jugó la vida por esa creencia. ?Y por qué miles de a?os más tarde, estamos todavía discutiendo la fe de este nómada del desierto? El Pastor Chuck Swindoll, uno de los más conocidos maestros de la Biblia, da la respuesta a esa pregunta y a muchas más en esta apremiante y perspicaz biografía que inspirará tu propia fe. When we rewind history back to Abraham's era, we encounter people who concocted false superstitions to explain the unexplainable. Powerful kings claimed to be gods, building massive pyramids to achieve immortality. Out of this mass of misunderstandings, one man emerged. The man we know today as Abraham not only claimed that one true Creator existed but also staked his entire life on this belief. Why, thousands of years later, are we still discussing the faith of this desert nomad? One of America's most popular Bible teachers, Pastor Chuck Swindoll, answers that question and many more in this compelling and insightful biography that will inspire your own faith.… (more)
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Title:Abraham: The Friend of God
Authors:Charles R. Swindoll (Author)
Info:Insight for Living (1988), 177 pages
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Cuando nos remontamos a la era de Abraham, encontramos personas que inventaban supersticiones falsas para explicar lo inexplicable. Reyes poderosos que se creían dioses, edificicaban pirámides inmensas para tratar de alcanzar la inmortalidad. De toda esa masa de malentendidos salió un hombre. A ese hombre lo conocemos hoy en día como Abraham; quien no sólo afirmó que existía un Creador verdadero, sino que también se jugó la vida por esa creencia. ?Y por qué miles de a?os más tarde, estamos todavía discutiendo la fe de este nómada del desierto? El Pastor Chuck Swindoll, uno de los más conocidos maestros de la Biblia, da la respuesta a esa pregunta y a muchas más en esta apremiante y perspicaz biografía que inspirará tu propia fe. When we rewind history back to Abraham's era, we encounter people who concocted false superstitions to explain the unexplainable. Powerful kings claimed to be gods, building massive pyramids to achieve immortality. Out of this mass of misunderstandings, one man emerged. The man we know today as Abraham not only claimed that one true Creator existed but also staked his entire life on this belief. Why, thousands of years later, are we still discussing the faith of this desert nomad? One of America's most popular Bible teachers, Pastor Chuck Swindoll, answers that question and many more in this compelling and insightful biography that will inspire your own faith.

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