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Jerry B. Jenkins
 
 
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Jerry B. Jenkins
 
'American author of novels, mysteries, biographies, non-fiction, and children's fiction. Jerry B. Jenkins was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan in . He briefly attended Moody Bible Institute of Chicago after graduating from high school, but realized his real interest was in becoming a sportswriter and turned to writing sports stories for a suburban newspaper. In Jenkins returned to Moody to work for the college's, Moody Magazine, eventually becoming its Editor, and then vice president for publishing for the Institute. Currently, he is a writer-at-large for the Institute. Jenkins has authored more that 0 books, of which have reached the New York Times bestseller list. He is best known as Tim LaHaye's co-author of the phenomenally popular Left Behind series, novels based on a dispensational premillennialism interpretation of Christian evangelical fundamentalism. Less well known are his series The Margo Mysteries and The Jennifer Grey Mysteries, and six series of children's fiction. Jenkins's non-fiction books include numerous 'as-told-to' biographies of sports celebrities, five books on marriage and family, and co-authorship of Billy Graham's autobiography, Just As I Am. His writings have also appeared in many periodicals, including Time , Reader's Digest, Parade, Guideposts, and many Christian periodicals. From to 20, Jenkins was the writer for the sports-oriented comic strip Gil Thorp. Jenkins Entertainment, a filmmaking company in Los Angeles owned by Jenkins, produced Hometown Legend in 20; and he also owns the Christian Writers Guild, which operates an e-mail correspondence course to train professional Christian writers. Based on his work, Jenkins has been awarded honorary doctorates from Bethel College (Indiana) and Trinity International University (Illinois).'
 
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