If you’re looking for an excellent resource for dealing with some of the most common questions in theology, I have a book for you. Actually, I have three of them. One for each of three lucky winners. So read on or scroll to the bottom of the post to sign up.
In Theology Questions Everyone Asks (IVP, 2014), the theology faculty at Wheaton College worked together to address the questions they encounter most frequently in the classroom. And they do so clearly, engagingly, and thoughtfully. (Observant readers will notice that I’m not in the book. That could be interpreted as yet another attempt to keep the new guy down. Or it could be because they wrote the book before I got here. I’ll let you decide.) Here’s the endorsement from Tom McCall (Trinity) to whet your appetite.
Some of the most penetrating and intriguing theological questions are the ones asked not by professional theologians but by sincere students and laypersons. Helpful answers to such questions are not, alas, as common as we might think. Thankfully, in Theology Questions Everyone Asks, we get some real-truth answers to go with real-life questions.
And here’s a short video trailer for the book.
Like I said, I have three copies of the book to give away. If you’re interested, just enter below. (I won’t use the email addresses for anything other than this giveaway.) And be a good servant of the kingdom and pass news about the giveaway to anyone you think might be interested.
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