The ultimate absolute of the Christian faith is that salvation lies in the name of Jesus. Franklin Graham explores the mystery and history of names in the Jewish culture, centering on the meaningfulness of the name Jesus. He examines the significance and scope of twenty major themes behind Jesus' name and focuses on the different aspects of power in the Lord's name, such as "Healing in the Name" and "Salvation in the Name." Graham also discusses the future, expectant that when the Lord of lords returns, everyone will acknowledge His name.
Before offering a prayer at the inauguration of President George W. Bush, Franklin Graham was asked by a fellow participant if he intended to pray in the name of Jesus Christ. Graham assured him that he would and encouraged this pastor to do the same. As Graham reminded him, "That's the only thing we've got." In days of religious confusion and cultural relativism, Franklin Graham reminds us that there are absolutes in the kingdom of God. The Name explains the significance of names in the Hebrew culture, centering on the meaningfulness of the name Jesus. Chapters focus on the different aspects of power in the Lord's name, such as "Healing in the Name" and "Salvation in the Name."
Franklin Graham,president and CEO of Samaritans Purse, a Christian relief and evangelism organization,is also president and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. The fourth of Billy and Ruth Bell Grahams five children,Franklin is the author of several books, includingthe best-selling autobiography Rebel with a Cause and All for Jesus .He and his wife, Jane, make their home in North Carolina.