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Den Himmelske Mannen: Biblens mirakler i var tid - The Heavenly Man: Bible miracles of our time

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Brother Yun (pronounced roughly "ynn") or Zhenying Liu, born in 1958 in Nanyang, Henan, is a Chinese Christian who is one of the leaders of the Back to Jerusalem Movement.

He escaped from China in 1997 and began preaching in the West. Shortly after the escape so appointed Christian leaders in China him to be their official spokesperson in the West. 2003, The Heavenly man out, a biography of what he's done. Some of the most notable events is that he in 1984 fasted for 74 days, from January 25 to March 7, and neither eat nor drink anything while he was detained in police custody, and his sensational escape in 1997 from Zhengzhou Prison, which no previous successful escape from. He had both legs broken and shattered, that he was an invalid, but all of a sudden he could get up and walk out, but the guards could see him. An official report has been subsequently determined that he did not get any help either from his fellow prisoners or guards.

Excellent pages, minimal edge and cover wear.

Broder Yun (uttalas ungefär "ynn") eller Liu Zhenying, född 1958 i Nanyang, Henan, är en kinesisk kristen som är en av ledarna för Tillbaka till Jerusalem-rörelsen.

Han flydde ur Kina 1997 och började predika i väst. Strax efter flykten så utnämnde de kristna ledarna i Kina honom till sin officielle talesman i väst. 2003 kom Den himmelske mannen ut, en biografi över vad han gjort. Några av de mest anmärkningsvärda händelserna är att han 1984 fastade i 74 dagar, från 25 januari till 7 mars, och varken åt eller drack någonting medan han satt häktad hos polisen, samt hans uppseendeväckande flykt år 1997 från Zhengzhou-fängelset, som ingen tidigare lyckats rymma från. Han hade fått båda benen brutna och sönderslagna, så att han var invalid, men helt plötsligt kunde han resa sig och gå ut, utan att vakterna kunde se honom. En officiell rapport har efteråt fastslagit att han inte fick någon hjälp, varken från sina medfångar eller vakterna.

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Author(s):
Brother Yun & Hattaway, Paul
Condition:
As new
Edition:
2013
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
281
Publisher:
Oster

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Brother Yun (pronounced roughly "ynn") or Zhenying Liu, born in 1958 in Nanyang, Henan, is a Chinese Christian who is one of the leaders of the Back to Jerusalem Movement.

He escaped from China in 1997 and began preaching in the West. Shortly after the escape so appointed Christian leaders in China him to be their official spokesperson in the West. 2003, The Heavenly man out, a biography of what he's done. Some of the most notable events is that he in 1984 fasted for 74 days, from January 25 to March 7, and neither eat nor drink anything while he was detained in police custody, and his sensational escape in 1997 from Zhengzhou Prison, which no previous successful escape from. He had both legs broken and shattered, that he was an invalid, but all of a sudden he could get up and walk out, but the guards could see him. An official report has been subsequently determined that he did not get any help either from his fellow prisoners or guards.

Excellent pages, minimal edge and cover wear.

Broder Yun (uttalas ungefär "ynn") eller Liu Zhenying, född 1958 i Nanyang, Henan, är en kinesisk kristen som är en av ledarna för Tillbaka till Jerusalem-rörelsen.

Han flydde ur Kina 1997 och började predika i väst. Strax efter flykten så utnämnde de kristna ledarna i Kina honom till sin officielle talesman i väst. 2003 kom Den himmelske mannen ut, en biografi över vad han gjort. Några av de mest anmärkningsvärda händelserna är att han 1984 fastade i 74 dagar, från 25 januari till 7 mars, och varken åt eller drack någonting medan han satt häktad hos polisen, samt hans uppseendeväckande flykt år 1997 från Zhengzhou-fängelset, som ingen tidigare lyckats rymma från. Han hade fått båda benen brutna och sönderslagna, så att han var invalid, men helt plötsligt kunde han resa sig och gå ut, utan att vakterna kunde se honom. En officiell rapport har efteråt fastslagit att han inte fick någon hjälp, varken från sina medfångar eller vakterna.

Ausgezeichnete Seiten, minimale Rand und Deckel tragen

Author(s):
Brother Yun & Hattaway, Paul
Condition:
As new
Edition:
2013
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
281
Publisher:
Oster

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