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In Just As I Am Graham discusses the beginnings of his career, his struggle to subsume intellect to faith, and, of course, the many famous--and infamous--people he has met over the years, everyone from the Shah of Iran to the Queen Mother to mobster Mickey Cohen. Graham's ministry has extended his influence to many quarters of the world, a fact that should make his autobiography interesting reading for believers and non-believers alike. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
His life represents a life in Christ about as clearly as can be told. He has been consistent for his entire public life and from other sources his private life as well.Published 8 days ago by Bob Bleck
Never thought that I could finish reading the whole book, but I did and re-read it whenever I want to revisit his ministry journeys. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Sophialai
An inspirational journey through the years with one of the greatest men to ever walk the earth. His love of the Lord and humble character resonate from the pages.Published 1 month ago by shane schacher
To me this man is one of the greatest human beings of the 20th century. I wish I could have my name mentioned in the same breath as this champion for God, and helper of mankind. Read morePublished 1 month ago by dennis
I am so grateful to have this biography. I want to share it my kids and grandkids. I do not want him to be forgottenPublished 1 month ago by Margaret Mason
Bought for 10 year-old's school project and ended up reading it myself. This was a great book about the world's best evangelist in this centtury.Published 1 month ago by Ivette P.
As a religious leader it is amazing how influential the United States has been in helping people of the world as mentioned in this book.Published 1 month ago by CRASHLANENews
What an amazing and humble man God made. A very good book. And very well written. Easily keeps your interest.Published 2 months ago by Susan
I'm still reading Just As I Am. There is so much information in it that I can only take it in small pieces at a time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Deborah Dunlap