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Let's Meet God: Answering Common Questions Concerning Christianity Paperback – August 25, 2016
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About the Author
I'm glad that you have taken the time to look at my book, "Let's Meet God." I have a BA in Journalism from Point Loma Nazarene University and an MDIV from Bethel Theological Seminary San Diego. I have served as a missionary to Russia with Operation Mobilization (OM) and currently am the Pastor of the First Baptist Church of New Sweden, Maine. Along with writing, I love photography.
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This little book fits into a specific niche in this total subject. It is Christian, Protestant, Mainstream/Classical, and deeply rooted in the Bible. It is gently written, approachable, easy to read. If you strongly agree or disagree with its message, you can read it once and be done, probably with some affirmation of the thoughts you started with.
If you are curious, looking for ideas, seeking an approach to meeting God, this book will give you some things to think about from a clear and distinct point of view, and lots of references to explore further.
Unlike many books in this field, Let’s Meet God defines a clear, direct approach to its topic, and its simplicity alone makes it a useful contribution to a field of inquiry made vast, complex, and complicated by the unlimited variety of its contributors. Maybe the answer isn’t so difficult, after all.