Book Reviews of The Name

The Name
The Name
Author: Franklin Graham
ISBN-13: 9781593280055
ISBN-10: 159328005X
Publication Date: 1/2002
Pages: 223
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
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The son of Billy and Ruth Bell Graham, he is the author of Rebel with A Cause as well as Living Beyond The Limits.
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Wonderful book a really inspiring book.
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Why is it when people curse using His name hardly anyone complains, but if you speak about Him with respect or pray in His name some people call it fowl. The Name is Franklin Graham's response to those questions
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The Name is a lightning rod because The Name represents the division of life between good and evil, God and Satan, light and darkness, righteousness and sin, heaven and hell. The Name s houts out a choice: Whom will you serve, give your life to, depend upon? Rebellious, self-willed, sinful people want to retain the right to decide themselves what way they will take. Jesus denies this option. Speaking on His behalf, the apostle Peter said, "There is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved." Jesus is gentle, but He is not weak. He loves the sinner but is absolutely intolerant of sin. He is not a negotiator. He is Lord! It is the bristling truth that invites intolerance toward Christians. Jesus did not say, "Do your own thing; all roads lead to God." That would have made Jesus "politically correct," but Jesus is not politically correct. HE IS LORD.
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From back cover...
There is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved...JESUS
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Powerful book!
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Stories of people who want to live their own lives the way they want to, but God had plans for them in their lives & transform them for the better. Great reading.