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Did Jesus Die For Dogs?: What does the Bible say? Paperback – September 10, 2015
"Children of Blood and Bone"
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About the Author
Rev. Steven J. Boint holds an M.Div. from Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia), an M.A. in Education with a focus on science from Augustana College (Sioux Falls), a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Sioux Falls, and a B.A. in Philosophy from Northwestern College (Orange City). He has pastored congregations in Sioux Falls, SD, Bismarck, ND, and a Native American congregation in Apache, OK. He has also taught High School chemistry and physics for twenty years and has taught chemistry and astronomy as adjunct faculty in local universities. Steven has published studies of lunar topology in amateur science journals as well as articles in theological journals.
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The biblical message of the book is that all of Creation fell by Adam and Eve's sin, and all of Creation is redeemed by Christ.
Multiple verses are cited, and the context of the verses is well explained.
The author uses Covenant Theology, which is common in Presbyterian and Reformed churches, to lay out the book. However, the author does not take swipes at other churches, and other Christians (including Orthodox and Catholics) will not find anything offensive.
The book is enjoyable to read and fun to talk about.