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Holy Clues: The Gospel According to Sherlock Holmes Vintage Books
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IF GOD IS THE GREATEST MYSTERY OF THEM ALL, then why not, in pursuit of God, consult the greatest detective of them all? In this imaginative and surprisingly profound book, Stephen Kendrick reveals Sherlock Holmes as spiritual guide.Drawing on the teachings of Christianity, Buddhism, and Judaism -- as well as a host of thinkers as varied as Albert Einstein, Gandhi, and Vincent van Gogh -- Kendrick explores the stories of Sherlock Holmes and finds remarkably prescient religious insights. He shows us the link between careful observation of clues and the Buddhist concept of "Bare Attention". He illuminates the parallel between the great sleuth's pursuit of justice and God's actions on the scene of the first murder, when Cain slew Abel. And in the detective's open, engaged mind, Kendrick finds a model for uniting the principles of science with a sincere spiritual quest. The result is a book of inspiration for the modern, skeptical searcher -- and an entertaining work that sheds new light on the methods of the world's greatest detective.
American television evangelists Books LLC, Reference Series
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 114. Chapters: Jerry Falwell, Jim Bakker, Pat Robertson, Benny Hinn, Billy Graham, D. James Kennedy, John Hagee, Robert Tilton, Oral Roberts, Jimmy Swaggart, Tammy Faye Messner, Garner Ted Armstrong, Eddie Long, Don Stewart, Fulton J. Sheen, Joyce Meyer, Rod Parsley, Morris Cerullo, Earl Paulk, Richard Roberts, Peter Popoff, Mother Angelica, Tony Alamo, W. V. Grant, Gene Scott, Kenneth Copeland, Billy James Hargis, Paul Crouch, T. D. Jakes, Adrian Rogers, Mary Manin Morrissey, Joel Osteen, Roderick C. Meredith, John Corapi, Paula White, Robert J. Fox, D. L. Dykes, Jr., Benedict Groeschel, Jesse Lee Peterson, Robert H. Schuller, Gilbert E. Patterson, Rex Humbard, Creflo Dollar, Charles Stanley, George Vandeman, Ernest Angley, Robert A. Schuller, Doug Batchelor, Jesse Duplantis, Jan Crouch, Robert Barron, Steve Munsey, David Jeremiah, John Ankerberg, Bob Larson, Leroy Jenkins, Dave Breese, Larry Lea, Homer Edwin Young, James Robison, Kerney Thomas, Carroll Roberson, Jack Van Impe, Mark Finley, David Reagan, Marcus Lamb, Charles E. Blake, Kerry Shook, Reverend Ike, R.W. Schambach, Gloria Copeland, Marilyn Hickey, John Bevere, Mike Murdock, Joni Lamb, Gordon P. Robertson, Ben Haden, Donald Fareed, Lisa Bevere, Lester Sumrall, Jim Whittington, Jerry Savelle, Shawn Boonstra, Dwight Nelson, Billy Burke, Wallace Ray Davis, Ben Kinchlow, Charles Capps, Michael D. Moore, Tom Renfro, John Bradshaw, Michael Rood, Larry Huch, Lori Bakker, Carl H. Stevens Jr., Randy Morrison. Excerpt: William Franklin "Billy" Graham, Jr. KBE (born November 7, 1918) is an American evangelical Christian evangelist. As of April 25, 2010, when he met with Barack Obama, Graham has spent personal time with twelve United States Presidents dating back to Harry S. Truman, and is number seven on Gallup's list of admired people for the 20th century. He is a Southern Baptist. He rose to celebrity status as his sermons were broadcast on radio and television. It is said that Graham has preached the Gospel in person to more people than any other person in history. According to his staff, as of 1993 more than 2.5 million people have "stepped forward at his crusades to accept Jesus Christ as their personal Savior", many to the altar call song "Just As I Am". As of 2008, Graham's lifetime audience, including radio and television broadcasts, topped 2.2 billion. He was born November 7, 1918 to William Franklin Graham I (1888-1962) and Morrow Coffey (1892-1981), on a dairy farm near Charlotte, North Carolina. Graham was raised in the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church by his parents. In 1933, when Prohibition in the United States ended, Graham's father forced Graham and his sister Katherine to drink beer until they vomited, which created an aversion, in both of them, to alcohol and drugs. According to the Billy Graham Center, Graham was converted in 1934 at age 16 during a series of revival meetings in Charlotte which were led by evangelist Mordecai Ham. However, he was turned down for membership in a local youth group because he was "too worldly". He was persuaded to go see Ham at the urging of one of the employees, Albert McMakin, on the Graham farm. After graduating from Sharon High School in May 1936, Graham attended Bob Jones College (now Bob Jones University), then located in Cleveland, Tennessee, for one semester but found it too legalistic in both coursework and rules. At this time, he was influenced and inspired by Pastor Charley Young from Eastport...
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