Seeing the Invisible God takes readers on a unique tour of the Bible and Christian theology. The 52 concise reflections focus on biblical references to divine anatomy (e.g., God’s face, eyes, ears, hand, etc.). Each reflection contains solid biblical content and a strong devotional emphasis. If you are looking for a one-of-a-kind devotional and theological resource, take a look inside. Available in Kindle and paperback.
Surprised by Hell invites you on the author’s journey to understanding the fate of the wicked. Along the way, you will meet key Christian thinkers who will guide you into the three major views of hell: eternal conscious torment, annihilation, and universal salvation. But there is more than mere diversity. Exploring thedifferent perspectives reveals a striking unity of thought. If you are looking for an easy-to-read book with theological and historical depth on this difficult topic, please check it out. Available in Kindle and paperback.
In the beginning, God walks in the garden where he placed the first humans. In the end, God announces that his eternal dwelling is with people. And in the middle, we encounter God in a human body living on earth. If you are looking for a small book (38 pgs.) on a huge theme—God with us—please check it out. Available in Kindle and paperback.