Lee Salisbury was a Pentecostal Bible-school teacher and pastor during the years 1972-1986. He preached in various conferences and churches, both in the US and abroad, in Europe and Africa.
Salisbury asks why so many Christians are experiencing extreme difficulties, given Jesus' promise that prayers would be answered (Mt. 7:7).
Exploring the popular writing and thinkers from the start of the common era, the author discovers that there is little mention of Jesus, the Christ and the Savior. Considering the miracles of Jesus, His resurrection and the profound impact this all is said to have made upon the land and its people, Salisbury is astounded by the silence of history - unless, of course, the stories are false.
Practically every Christian denomination has a different, even contradictory description of God. Christians seem nevertheless unfazed by the implications. Somehow Christians are so engaged in affirming the correctness of what they believe that it never occurs to them that their own multiple descriptions of God preclude belief in a singular God who is the one and only God.
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