In WHY JESUS MATTERS, Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz illustrate the eternal impact of one extraordinary life, showing how Jesus answers perplexing questions of life like, Is there a God? If so, what is He like? What does God believe...
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In WHY JESUS MATTERS, Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz illustrate the eternal impact of one extraordinary life, showing how Jesus answers perplexing questions of life like, Is there a God? If so, what is He like? What does God believe about the things that matter most? How can we find true meaning and purpose in life? What happens when life is over?
Readers will discover how Jesus transformed culture, science, the arts, ethics, and human relationships, and how He still impacts the world two thousand years after His death. Most importantly, readers will learn how Jesus' life can change theirs today, if they choose to follow Him.
Can one person make a difference in the world? Absolutely! Discover how Jesus transformed culture, science, the arts, ethics, and human relationships during his short time on earth. Find out how he still makes an impact 2,000 years after his death---and how his life can change yours, when you choose to follow him.
Explains Jesus' impact on culture, science, the arts, morality, and human relationships.
Stan Jantz is a marketing consultant and a partner in a community,building software company. Stan Jantz and Bruce Bickel are co-authors of over 50 books including Bruce and Stan Search for the Meaning of Life, Creation and Evolution 101, and the Christianity 101 Bible Studies. As a writing team, their goal is to present God's truth in a correct, clear, and casual manner.- Publisher.
Bruce Bickel (JD., Univ. Of California) is an attorney, a corporate motivational speaker, and a frequent guest speaker at Christian conferences. His previous books with Stan Jantz include Knowing the Bible 101, Knowing God 101, and God Is in the Small Stuff. Over the past fifteen years, Bruce has filled that time-void by writing more than 50 books. More than 3 million copies of his books are in print, and several of his titles have achieved "bestseller" status.