The Darkness and the Dawn

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Word Pub., 2001 - Religion - 350 pages
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The two most significant events in human history are the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. And no one can uncover their meaning for today quite like Charles Swindoll. From the poignant interactions of The Last Supper, through the despairing events of Gethsemane and the seven last words of Jesus on the Cross, Dr. Swindoll challenges readers with a new perspective on the atoning work of Christ. And in Part Two of this inspirational work, the secret of how the resurrection of Jesus enables Christians to live triumphantly is revealed in a clear yet surprising way.

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User Review  - Marilyn Finkbeiner - Christianbook.com

This is a mavelous look at the last week of the life of Christ. I had not read any others by this author. I was not disappointed! So much insight into all the aspects of his trials and the hours he was on the cross. This is a page turner! Really a great book. Read full review

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THE DARKNESS
The Suffering Savior 1
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The Cup of Sacrifice
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Charles R. Swindoll was born on October 18, 1935 in El Campo, Texas. After his duty in the Marine Corps, Swindoll entered the Dallas Theological Seminary and graduated with several honors including the Harry A. Ironside Award for Expository Preaching and the Faculty Award for Most Outstanding Graduate. Swindoll became a pastor in several churches across the United States, and later became president of the Dallas Theological Seminary in 1994. He has written over 60 books and booklets and was chief editor of The Living Insights Study Bible.

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