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The Way, the Truth, and the Life

Who Is A Christian? What Is Christianity?

by Merle A. Barlow


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/2/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 272
ISBN : 9781512754216
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 272
ISBN : 9781512754223

About the Book

This book describes, from various perspectives, the Love, Mercy, and Grace of someone who loves you and me. Unlike a novel, each of the chapters in my book is an independent topic. Each chapter topic is relatively brief, except the last. The last chapter is a comprehensive presentation of the answers to these questions: “Who is a Christian?”, and “What is Christianity?” My supreme and profound purpose for this book and its content is to proclaim, celebrate, praise, and glorify Jesus, His Faith, and His Truth.

Author Merle Barlow reveals God’s plan of reconciliation with humanity. Jesus tells us that man’s standards—religions—represent the broad way that will lead to destruction (Hell), and many people will go this way. Jesus tells us that His Way is the narrow way that leads to life (Heaven), and relatively few people will choose this way.

This book is about truth. Conditional and relative truth are human fabrications. Truth has no versions. God is the author of truth. He, and He alone, is the authority for Righteousness, and His Truth will free you from the bondage of sin.

Life is a significant theme in this book. Jesus has conquered Satan, Sin, Death, and Hell. He tells you that you can have this same victory. Jesus tells you that you can have eternal life if you will trust Him. He asks you: “Do you believe this?”


About the Author

Merle Barlow is an evangelical Christian. Subsequent to professional retirement, Merle has been active full-time with Calvary Christian High School in Clearwater, Florida as a substitute teacher, tutor, and spiritual mentor. Bible teaching, reading, writing (Christian faith and technical articles), literature and poetry, chess, and athletic activities are among his many passions.