CÉSAR VIDAL is an Historian, writer, and political commentator. Vidal hosts La Voz, a daily Spanish podcast with 1.5 million monthly downloads. Vidal is an American Citizen, originally from Spain. César Vidal holds a Ph.D. in history, 1991 Valedictorian Academic Award: With the thesis De Pentecostés a Jamnia. The thesis was published under the title Los primeros cristianos. Ph.D. in theology, philosophy, and law of Spain. Vidal practiced law to ultimately abandon such practice to pursue history and literature. Cesar Vidal speaks various languages, has written more than 180 books, and has translated several authors into Spanish, including works by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. Vidal is a well-known personality in Spanish media and has hosted various television and radio shows. César Vidal has received several literary awards for various works, including for La mandrágora de las doce lunas; El último tren a Zurich and for El testamento del pescador (The Fisherman’s Testament-Zondervan), among many other titles. Vidal believes the crisis suffered by society is fundamentally of spiritual nature. He is pessimistic about political, economic, or social solutions. Vidal believes, however, in the indescribable effects that a personal relationship with God, the application of the teachings of Jesus Christ and the obedience to the Holy Spirit can have on people from all walks of life.Read more Read less
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