Dr. Labib Mikhail
Dr. Labib Mikhail is a theologian, apologist, journalist, counselor, and television/radio, seminar, and evangelistic campaign speaker in the USA and around the world. Originally from Egypt, Dr. Mikhail is a former professor of homiletics, psychology, and journalism in Faith Mission Bible College in Cairo, where he founded and pastored churches for more than thirty years. He has a B.A., M.S., and Th.D. from the International Bible Institute and Seminary. The author
is well acquainted and experienced in the teachings and practices of the traditional churches and has studied extensively the writings and theology of the famous fourth century theologian, Saint Athanasius of Alexandria, Egypt, who helped to clarify the early doctrines of the Christian church.
He is the author of eighty books in Arabic, English, and Spanish, several in their fifth printing.
Dr. Nasser S. Farag passed on to the glorious presence of the Lord on Nov. 18, 2013. He was the translator and contributor to the English edition. He studied in Egypt, Holland, and the USA, and has been a longtime missionary/professor. He authored a non-confrontational apologetic/evangelistic book that expresses the ultimate greatness of God only in Christ which has been distributed widely in English, Arabic, French, Spanish, Turkish, Hindi, Oriya, and Swahili, with Farsi to come. His last last book, What Account will we give Him?: A Reminder for Christian Leaders has recently been printed posthumously.
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The Virgin Mary in the Light of the Word of God
by Dr. Labib Mikhail & Nasser Farag (translator)
The Virgin Mary in the Light of the Word of God fills a tremendous need for a concise, elegant, Biblical treatment of Mary. Dr. Labib gives Mary her due full honor while fending off the many faith-damaging myths perpetuated about her. It is a straightforward declaration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ that leads to the eternal and abundant life our God always intended for humankind.
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