In His Steps, Christian Classic
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In His Steps, Christian Classic   -     By: Charles Sheldon

In His Steps, Christian Classic

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"What would Jesus do?" When several members of an ordinary American church are challenged to not take a single action without fist asking that crucial question, they discover the power of God to transform their own lives--and their world. Charles M. Sheldon's provocative novel, originally published in 1896 and enthusiastically rediscovered by today's believers, testifies dramatically to the value of Christian witness in all of life.

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Title: In His Steps, Christian Classic
By: Charles Sheldon
Format: Hardcover
Vendor: Hendrickson Publishers
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches)
Weight: 15 ounces
ISBN: 1565637941
ISBN-13: 9781565637948
Series: Hendrickson Christian Classics
Stock No: WW631528

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What would Jesus do? When several members of an ordinary American church are challenged to not take a single action without fist asking that crucial question, they discover the power of God to transform their own lives--and their world. Charles M. Sheldon's provocative novel, originally published in 1896 and enthusiastically rediscovered by today's believers, testifies dramatically to the value of Christian witness in all of life.

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Charles M. Sheldon (1857-1946) is best remembered for his 1896 masterwork In His Steps, the multi-million copy best-selling Christian novel that continues to challenge readers today. But he was more than a best-selling author: At the turn of the twentieth century, Sheldon was perhaps the best-known clergyman in America, a preacher whose avid support of social reforms grew out of his understanding of the Christian's responsibility to his fellowman.

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