Hanspeter Nuesch, Author of Book on Ruth and Billy Graham, Visits Jiangsu Theological Seminary
By Liu Nanyang (from CCC&TSPM), June 26, 2018 03:06 AM
On June 15, 2018, Hanspeter Nuesch, the author of the book Ruth and Billy Graham: The Legacy of a Couple, shared the book and the writing process with the graduates of Jiangsu Theological Seminary.
On May 25, 2018, the release ceremony of the Chinese translation of the new book was co-held by Hong Kong Christian Communications and the Jiangsu CCC&TSPM in the seminary. All the BA degree graduates were given the copies.
Nuesch paid enough attention to Ruth Bell Graham the first time in his book, which won the praise from Billy Graham. Most of the previous books about the deceased evangelist seldom gave details about his wife. The couple was seen as a team in the book, who may be an inspiration to couples who serve in the church.
The author expressed his excitement at his visit to Jiangsu where he will see the birthplace of Ruth Graham the first time.
- Translated by Karen Luo
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