When Will Davis has the time, he climbs some of the most demanding mountains in the country. He brings that same sense of challenge and adventure to his faith. He never shies away from the pressing questions that our culture asks of Christianity. Instead, with a thoughtful mind and a reflective soul, he tackles some of life s hardest questions. A Man Who Told Us the Truth is the culmination of Will s thoughtful engagement with all kinds of people and the questions that they ask about Jesus. His answers cut through the clutter and the religious jargon to give us fresh, practical insight into a living faith that makes sense in a complex world. Whether you would describe yourself as a skeptic, a seeker, a person of faith or anything in between, you will benefit from this book! --Larry Coulter, Senior Pastor of The Lakeway Church
Will Davis, Jr. thinks Jesus had a let the chips fall view of the truth. I think he s right. What do you think? In his new book, A Man Who Told Us the Truth, we re asked to consider an ancient question that is as outrageous in some circles today as it was 2000 years ago: Did Jesus tell us the truth? If you really want to know the truth, and if, like Jesus, you re willing to let the chips fall, read this book. --Dr. Kie Bowman, Senior Pastor, Hyde Park Baptist Church
About the Author
Will Davis, Jr. is the founding and Senior Pastor of Austin Christian Fellowship, a nondenominational church in Austin, Texas, where he has served since 1993. Will is a Baylor University graduate and holds Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Will and his wife Susie, both natives of Austin, Texas, have been married since June of 1985 and have three children.
Will is the author of nine books. In his free time, Will enjoys hiking and snowshoeing. He is currently attempting to climb all 54 of the 14,000-foot mountains in Colorado.
You can learn more about Will and his ministry at willdavisjr.com and acfellowship.org.