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In His Steps by Charles Sheldon

Christians familiar with the acronym WWJD (What Would Jesus Do?) will find the genesis of the WWJD movement in the pages of "In His Steps." Written by ...

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Christians familiar with the acronym WWJD (What Would Jesus Do?) will find the genesis of the WWJD movement in the pages of "In His Steps." Written by the 19th century pastor, theologian, author, and forerunner of the social gospel movement Charles Sheldon, "In His Steps" tells the story of Christians who challenge themselves to live as Christ would for a year. Although the book was originally published in 1896, modern readers will find themes that resonate with the current religious and political atmosphere. What does it mean to be a Christian and a citizen? Does the church reflect the teachings of Christ in daily life or are Sunday sermons and hymns merely virtuous platitudes? Follow the lives of seven Christians as they wrestle with the practical implications of living the gospel in Sheldon's classic "In His Steps." This application contains a single book, published by the Christian Classics Ethereal Library. A table of contents is provided for easy navigation, and the full contents can be searched and chapters can be bookmarked. Landscape and portrait reading modes are supported with either automatic or fixed rotation. The text can also be set to one of five sizes. A night mode setting inverts the text for easier reading in the dark.

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Version: 3.3

Size: 648.38 KB

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Price: 0,89 €

Developed by Christian Classics Ethereal Library

Day of release: 2009-10-29

Recommended age: 4+

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