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In this book, well-known author MIchael Green provides readers with an essential guide that will help us find our way through the increasingly disorientating ‘religious’ maze.

In an easy-to-read manner he discusses views held by many and highlights important differences between Christianity and other faiths.

The author claims that no other teacher except Christ even claimed to bring God to us; no other teacher dealt radically with the problem of human wickedness; no other teacher broke the final barrier – death; and no other teacher offered to actually ‘live’ within his followers.

In this book, well-known author MIchael Green provides readers with an essential guide that will help us find our way through the increasingly disorientating ‘religious’ maze.

In an easy-to-read manner he discusses views held by many and highlights important differences between Christianity and other faiths.

The author claims that no other teacher except Christ even claimed to bring God to us; no other teacher dealt radically with the problem of human wickedness; no other teacher broke the final barrier – death; and no other teacher offered to actually ‘live’ within his followers.

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In this book, well-known author MIchael Green provides readers with an essential guide that will help us find our way through the increasingly disorientating ‘religious’ maze.

In an easy-to-read manner he discusses views held by many and highlights important differences between Christianity and other faiths.

The author claims that no other teacher except Christ even claimed to bring God to us; no other teacher dealt radically with the problem of human wickedness; no other teacher broke the final barrier – death; and no other teacher offered to actually ‘live’ within his followers.