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My Life: A Guided Tour

My Life A Guided Tour Dr Kenneth N Taylor is a quiet legend in the world of Christian publishing Not only did he translate The Living Bible which has now sold million copies but he also founded Tyndale House Publisher

  • Title: My Life: A Guided Tour
  • Author: Kenneth Nathaniel Taylor Virginia Muir
  • ISBN: 9780842340472
  • Page: 376
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dr Kenneth N Taylor is a quiet legend in the world of Christian publishing Not only did he translate The Living Bible, which has now sold 37 million copies, but he also founded Tyndale House Publishers to publish it Today Tyndale House is one of the leading evangelical publishers, and The Living Bible maintains its status as a best seller in the US, while also being trDr Kenneth N Taylor is a quiet legend in the world of Christian publishing Not only did he translate The Living Bible, which has now sold 37 million copies, but he also founded Tyndale House Publishers to publish it Today Tyndale House is one of the leading evangelical publishers, and The Living Bible maintains its status as a best seller in the US, while also being translated into than 100 different languages, making it accessible to 90 percent of the world s people My Life A Guided Tour offers a visit with one of God s people who has been faithful to his calling Readers will see how God provided Ken with a great gift in Margaret, his wife The book is sprinkled with intriguing anecdotes about the Taylor s life with their 10 children.

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    1. This was another inspiring of story of a successful man. It was facinating to read of attending college in the 1930's, working for 30 cents an hour, and being grateful for gifts of five dollars. His descripions of early Dallas Seminary under the leadership of Dr. Lewis Sperry Chafer was of an inferior school. Taylor was a creative and excellent writer. He has a real heart for people. My chief problem was he and his wife having ten children in fourteen years. He was not a good provider for his la [...]

    2. Taylor was one of the most influential men of the past 50 years. Wonderful insights and disarming transparency.

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