The Gates of Hell Shall Not Prevail: The Attack on Christianity and What You Need to Know to Combat It

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Harpercollins Christian Pub, Feb 1, 1997 - Religion - 288 pages
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This is an inspiring book full of hope. It pulls no punches. The gates of Hell are clearly seen in all their horrific might. Yet against that black backdrop the irresistible strength of Christ tears through and destroys the darkness in ways that surprise and embolden every reader. D. James Kennedy is one of the most brilliant defenders of Judeo-Christian values in America today.

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User Review  - Anthony Shuler - Christianbook.com

Part of a series by D. James Kennedy, this book, beaming with originality and wisdom filled insights, is one of the finest on Christianity and culture available today. It definitely lives up to the high standard of writing Kennedy set for himself during his life. Read full review

Biblically correct.

User Review  - pinkrenegade - Christianbook.com

I have 4 books from James D Kennedy and I have enjoyed them all. He takes great care to be Biblically sound. Read full review

Contents

The Gates of Hell
59
Distortion of the First Amendment
131
The Hammer of Unbelief within the Church
147
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

D. James Kennedy is the senior minister of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and is the founder and director of Evangelism Explosion. He has written more than forty books, including What If the Bible Had Never Been Written?

Jerry Newcombe serves as senior producer for Coral Ridge Ministries. He has been a panelist on Bill Maher's Politically Incorrect four times, and has produced several award-winning documentaries.

Bill Bright passed away in 2003, but his legacy endures through his family and ministry. He was best known as the founder of Campus Crusade for Christ, which now has staff and volunteers in 196 countries across the globe.

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