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God's Password Paperback – May 9, 2016
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About the Author
Ray Campbell is a father, attorney, and a philosopher at heart. He resides in Belmont, California with his two children and dogs. A former litigator and trial lawyer, he currently practices law in the areas of corporate governance, intellectual property, and scientific research publishing. He first became interested in the intersection of faith and science when his mom began dragging him to three church services a week as a young child and made him put down the encyclopedia and do his many chores. He now spends his free time studying the Bible, reading books on science and apologetics, and writing.
Top customer reviews
Done in the format of an interview with God on why we should be allowed into heaven, these questions are very clearly answered. The author has a deep understanding of Gods word and His love for us, and has given us the Password to Heaven. Well done Mr Campbell!
By setting the book at the entrance to heaven and using the dialogue form, Ray Campbell is able to combine the Gospel message (that salvation is by the grace of God through trust in Christ alone) with serious biblical apologetics. In particular, the atheist, the agnostic, and the non-Christian theist present just about every imaginable argument for why they had reason to reject Christianity. Of course, God counters all of their arguments and shows how they fail to accomplish their purpose.
"God's Password" is a great book for anyone who wants to see the case for Christianity presented in a lively, easy-to-grasp way.
Anyone looking to unlock the mysteries and answer the questions surrounding the existence of God will find themselves drawn into the pages of this book. Campbell offers atheists, agnostics and other doubters ample time and opportunity to have their every question, argument and objection heard and patiently considered. The author shows an uncanny level of insight and a theologian's knowledge of the Bible as he anticipates and then calmly and expertly addresses each concern, one by one, in great depth and with the greatest of care. By doing so without ever resorting to shaming or ridiculing, Campbell demonstrates the most fundamental, powerful and undeniable tenet of Christianity: that God is Love. The fact that this book also indirectly speaks to the heart and mind of the believing Christian and guides them into a deeper and more dimensional understanding of the mind of God is a testament to the divine guidance that must have led the author to pen these pages.