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January 25, 2021

The Biography of God - I

As a teen growing up in Southern California in the 1960's, Skip Heitzig strayed mightily in the haze of a lost culture. But miraculously, on his 18th birthday, he watched a Billy Graham crusade on TV and committed his life to Christ. Today, he is pastor of Calvary Church in Albuquerque. On this edition, Skip discusses his new book, "Biography of God," and expands upon the two big questions he had long wrestled with: Does God exist? And if He does, Is it possible to know Him?

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For the past four decades, Dr. James Dobson has been a leading advocate for family values, strengthening marriage and parenting. Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk is a program with a purpose: “To help preserve and promote the institution of the family and the biblical principles on which it is based and to seek to introduce as many people as possible to the gospel of Jesus Christ.” Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk provides sound biblical advice for Christian marriages, families and parenting.

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