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Is Christianity Good for the World?
"As we live in a world desirous of scourging religion from life, Dr. Johnston shows that without difference-making believers in Jesus, many of the greatest elements of our world would be missing. Atheist, agnostic, or lifelong churchgoer--read this book and realize the importance and power of Christianity."
Gregg Matte, Pastor, Houston's First Baptist Church
"For half a century, America has been moving away from its Christian heritage. Many Americans apparently are oblivious to the value of this heritage and how it laid the very foundation on which this great nation was built. I am pleased to recommend this compelling and fascinating book."
Mike Huckabee, Former Governor of Arkansas
"This brilliant book is a wake-up call to a world that refuses to see the impact of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ and to a church that has too often forgotten who we are and what we believe."
Sheila Walsh, Co-host, Life Today
"A sophisticated, thoughtful book based on a profound assumption--and it entertains as well as instructs."
Dr. Rodney Stark, Distinguished Professor, Baylor University
"An eye-opening work that should be read with pen in hand to mark points to remember. Truly powerful and persuasive."
Lee Strobel, Bestselling Author of The Case for Christ and The Case for Faith
"It is essential that we understand the influence of Christ and the Christian faith upon civilization and culture. Our witness in the world is at stake, and one of the most significant reasons we believe and share our message is the massive impact of Christianity upon the lives of millions. . . . I highly recommend this book."
Jack Graham, Pastor, Prestonwood Baptist Church
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Jeremiah J. PhD Johnston, Author
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