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YOUR HERITAGE

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Walter Clemow Lanyon was an Englishman born in the USA on Oct 27, 1887. He was educated in the USA, France and England, and served-as interpreter and foreign correspondent. He spent more than half of his life traveling all over the world, investigating and studying the various presentations of mystical truth. He was the author of over forty books on Truth which have had a wide and continued circulation. Though most of his books are now out of print, there remains a constant demand for them. He traveled and lectured all over the world, basing his lectures, as he said, " solely on the revelation of Jesus Christ." The simple manner in which Mr. Lanyon states the Truth enables the reader to grasp the Spiritual principles for themselves and put them into practice in their daily lives. Although he wrote from a Christian perspective, his books appeal to all seeking Spiritual Truth. He felt that the very simplicity of the Word was the point that baffled most Truth students.
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Publisher
www.Self-Improvement-eBooks.com
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
70
File Format
PDF
File Size
292.57 KB
Product ID
17475936

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