The Faith of Barack Obama Paperback
by Stephen Mansfield;
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The Faith of Barack Obama
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This evenhanded account of the president's spiritual life provides a closer look at the people and events that have influenced his belief system. Mansfield analyzes Obama's friendship with the controversial Jeremiah Wright and also profiles the Christian leaders who have offered guidance and support during the president's challenging term.
Mansfield takes you inside the religious life of Barack Obama, introducing you to the type of preaching the president hears at Camp David and even revealing details such as the content of the daily devotional readings the president receives on his cell phone. This fascinating study explains the faith elements within Obama's politics, while acknowledging the questions about his beliefs that remain unanswered.
"You must read this perceptive and well written book. Then you will know why Barack Obama has such a passion for justice and equity, such a gift for filling people of different generations with a newfound hope that things can and will change for the better." -ARCHBISHOP DESMOND TUTU
The Faith of Barack Obama by Stephen Mansfield was published by Thomas Nelson in November 2011 and is our 243rd best seller. The ISBN for The Faith of Barack Obama is 9781595554635.
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|Page last updated||23rd October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Stephen Mansfield|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (November 2011)|
|Number of Pages||180|