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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.
I came at this book from a different direction than the vast majority of its readers: to take notes for a scholarly project rather than to read it for its entertainment or... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Anson Cassel Mills
An autobiography written by an humble man of God. Interesting read. I love this man and all he has stood for, strong against men of power.Published 29 days ago by Valeria J. Russell
This is an excellent Christian book. It goes into detail Billy's travels and ministry. I realize his life is full and his travels are many, but this is a very long book to read. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mary Larsen
this is a great book ; & a good read it tells all about his journey & his life ;;; I love. love . love ;;;; BILLY GRAHAM ;;Published 1 month ago by glenda murden
Learning of the early life and difficulties in his early ministry was quite interesting. The book gets rather dry following the Billy Graham Crusades around the world.Published 3 months ago by Peter G. Kizer
Opens with an odd exchange with President Truman which he often mentions as a learning experience. Then shares his growing up experience, a gal wsant him to do her and he wisely... Read morePublished 3 months ago by ellison
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 4 months 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 5 months ago by Sophialai