Answers to Questions You've Always Wanted to Ask

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New Leaf Press, Jun 1, 1991 - Religion - 138 pages
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It has been said that the only dumb question is the one you don't ask when you're looking for an answer. Ken Gaub uses this book to ask and answer questions many Christians ask themselves every day. He combines the wit of a stand-up comic with insight gained from years in the ministry. Gaub gives helpful tips on "loving the unloved," healing church rifts, and much more. Chances are, not only will you find the answer to a question you have, but many practical lessons will be absorbed from reading this timely book.

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Contents

Foreword
13
Who are uninformed experts?
25
Are my nice nonChristian friends really
39
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Ken Gaub pastored a mountain church in Kentucky for two years, then took his musical family across America, traveling fulltime for nearly 30 years. During that time, Ken and his family traveled over 8 million miles to more than 115 foreign countries, including 130 trips to Israel. He speaks before diverse crowds in colleges, high schools, universities, conventions, prisons, music festivals, county and state fairs, some of the world's largest churches and even the Pentagon. Ken has helped many individuals rise above difficult and unpleasant situations to turn their lives around. Whether in person, on the radio or television, he motivates people to be more than average using his very humorous, unusual style.

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