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Sam Moore

Sam Moore was a Lebanese American publisher best known for his position as the chief executive officer of Thomas Nelson. 

He was born on October, 25, 1929, in Beirut, Lebanon. Sam was the founder of National Book Publishers and the Royal Publishing house, and while acting as CEO of Thomas Nelson, grew the company into one of the largest evangelical publishing houses in the world. 

Before his rise to fame, Sam received his degree from Columbia International University.

Throughout his career, Sam translated and published the New King James Version of the Bible, which rapidly became a bestseller. He was also responsible for publishing the work of  bestsellers such as Jerry Falwell, John Maxwell, Charles Stanley, and Zig Ziglar, among others.


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