"Why I Am a Christian"

The author describes why he is a Christian. Step by step, from the belief in God to the understanding of the complexity of man, to the realization of God as a Person and a Merciful and Compassion God, who gave Jesus as Savior of the World, when He surrendered His Life on Calvary for the sins of Mankind. This was the greatest act of justification for mankind forever.
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ISBN: 9781310795909
About Dr.Timothy Sng

Dr Timothy Sng lives in Kuala Lumpur. Graduating with a medical degree MBBS from the University of Malaya in 1976, he went on to finish his postgraduate studies and degree in UK, obtaining the Diploma MRCP (UK) from the Royal College of Physicians London in 1982. This was followed by a year plus in neurology training at the National Hospitals in Queen Square and Maida Vale Hospital in London from 1984-85 with a Diploma in Clinical Neurology in 1985, and since then practising as a Consultant Neurologist in Malaysia.

He also lived and spent several months in each Japan and Holland in the related medical studies of Neurophysiology and Quality Assurance in Hospitals, respectively.

In 1981, Dr Timothy Sng found faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and since then has grown to be a lay preacher, a marketplace minister. It is his life time passion to lovingly glorify The LORD, acknowledging and declaring Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.

Dr Timothy Sng's favorite verse is: John 3.17, which says, paraphrased that, "God sent His Son not to condemn the world, but that the world can be saved through HIm."

Currently several books have been temporarily unpublished until August 20th. These include: The Gospel in 30 minutes, J2C Alert, Why I am a Christian, How I Became a Christian, God is No Delusion, Googling for God, The Power of One Verse (2 vols) and The Ten Minute Gospel John 3.16. They are available on another portal. Thank you for your patience.

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