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Author Archive for Jim Linzey

James F. Linzey, M.Div. (Fuller Theological Seminary), D.D. (Kingsway Theological Seminary), is a prolific Bible translator, writer, and educator. Jim served as a military chaplain for nearly 24 years in the US Air Force and the US Army and retired with the rank of Major. He is the president of Military Bible Association and international director of Operation Freedom. Jim is the author of A Divine Appointment in Washington, D.C., and The Holy Spirit, and he is a contributing author of Why the Conservative Mind Matters.

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