Mark Twain

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A long-hidden manuscript by a man filled with disappointment and anger; discover the truth about this beloved author’s embittered battle with God!

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Mark Twain

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SKU M845-8
Manufacturer Master Books
Weight (in lbs) 0.50
Title Mark Twain
Subtitle A Christian Response to His Battle with God
ISBN 13 9780890518458
Contributors Ray Comfort
Binding Paperback
Page Count 160
Publisher New Leaf Publishing Group, LLC
Dimensions (in inches) 5 1/2 x 8 1/2

From the pages of a long-hidden manuscript written by a man filled with disappointment and anger, you will discover the truth about Mark Twain’s embittered battle with God!

  • Evidence in his work that proves he wasn't an atheist
  • Selections from his letters and popular works that reveal his confused faith
  • Perspectives from Twain on God that echo modern criticism and doubts.

Twain was a very popular and gifted speaker with a carefully cultivated image. Few knew he secretly wrote a manuscript complaining bitterly about the God of the Bible, citing hypocrisy and cruelties, like there would be no sex in heaven. Twain decided to have his book published 100 years after his death in the hope that society would then be open-minded enough to listen.

Ray Comfort searches through volumes of Twain’s writings to develop a comprehensive answer to this profound writer of the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, and a man who suffered much. Discover Twain’s arguments with God and a powerful response that helps strengthen your faith and understanding of our loving Creator!

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I love having biographies on the shelves for my kids to read. This is another way they can learn about being a follower of Christ and learn more of others lives. There is no better way than reading.
new knowledge
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I have always loved tom sawyer and huckleberry finn....this book gave me an insite that I had no idea of...really informative
Confirmed My Suspicions
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Ever since watching The Adventures of Mark Twain, I've had a sneaking suspicion that Mr. Clemens wasn't as wholesome as his "persona" appeared. The claymation movie includes many fun stories, but also an adaptation of Twain's "The Mysterious Stranger", in which he attempts to paint God and Satan with the same brush. It was both disheartening and satisfying to have Twain's true philosophy brought under Biblical scrutiny.

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