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China Missionary introduces his two books at the Spring Hill Library

If you happen to be a neighbor of Cliff Baird’s, a chat over the fence will leave you shaking your head with how rich are the diversity of backgrounds that we have in Spring Hill. Cliff has served over 50 years in some form of Christian ministry, and he and his wife, Sharrin, started and administered the Bibles for China project, which has delivered over 540,000 free Bibles to the people in Communist China since 1997. 
He’ll be at the Spring Hill Library on Saturday, January 18 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. talking about two books he’s written. Both tackle tough subjects using Biblical hermeneutics, or a methodical way of interrupting the Bible. 
Understanding the Afterlife analyzes scripture to tackle the big question of "What will happen when I die?"  From Atheism to Christianity strives to prove the existence of God using logic and scientific fact and the question of the inspiration of the Bible.
To read articles he’s written you can go to
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Posted on: 1/9/2014


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