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“52 Paths To Heaven” details how God’s road to salvation often is marked by an undeniable mix of abortion, adultery, atheism, families, scripture, pornography, poems, friends, and homosexuality.
CLEVELAND, Ohio, June 5, 2008 – New Christian book, “52 Paths To Heaven: Discover How Simple Joys and Tough Times Shape Your Journey,” explores the gentle, painful and bizarre ways people make their way to Jesus and heaven.
“Before the Gospel can change a heart, God uses everyone and everything to get our attention, including addictions, ungodly views, movies, strangers and more,” says Michael M. Murray, author of “52 Paths To Heaven.”
Filled with miraculous stories, personal accounts and heavenly ties to controversial issues, “52 Paths To Heaven” topics include: include:
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Ministers and other believers recommend it:
“Michael engages his readers in a kind of conversation about things that truly matter – heaven, hell, eternity, sin, salvation, God. Michael’s humility, warmth, thoughtfulness, research and authenticity effectively encourage thinking. I’m glad he’s invited us to join him on his spiritual journey toward Jesus.”
– Rick Duncan, Pastor, Cuyahoga Valley Church, Broadview Heights
“Mike’s book provides a broad approach for people who are searching for truth, which is found in Jesus. God uses so many unusual methods to draw people to His Son, and Mike’s book goes a long way in expressing how creative God is in helping us seek and find Jesus. I recommend it!”
– Mike Noble, director of the International House of Prayer – Cleveland
For more than 20 years, Michael Murray has taught the Bible to children, organized spiritual retreats, discipled men, served in a hospice home and supported social justice organizations. He earned a journalism degree at Kent State University and worked in newspapers before becoming a marketing executive. He frequently speaks at national conferences in his field. Michael lives in northeast Ohio with his family.