Erwin W. Lutzer


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Erwin W. Lutzer is senior pastor of The Moody Church in Chicago. A graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary and Loyola University, he is the author of numerous books, including the Gold Medallion Award winner "Hitler's Cross" and the best seller "One Minute After You Die". He is also a teacher on radio programs heard on more than 700 stations throughout the United States and the world, including "Songs in the Night," "The Moody Church Hour," and the daily feature "Running to Win." He and his wife, Rebecca, live in the Chicago area and have three married children and seven grandchildren.

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The Da Vinci Deception

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“Satan exploits pain by making it the central focus of the man’s (or woman’s) thoughts and attitudes.”
Erwin W. Lutzer, When You've Been Wronged: Moving From Bitterness to Forgiveness

“The work that God does in us when we wait is usually more important than the thing for which we wait!”
Erwin W. Lutzer, When You've Been Wronged: Moving From Bitterness to Forgiveness

“There’s no such thing as a bitter person who keeps the bitterness to himself.”
Erwin W. Lutzer, When You've Been Wronged: Moving From Bitterness to Forgiveness



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