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The Story of God, the World and You

Glen Scrivener

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‘You made it, well done! Let me take your coat and offer you a drink…'If Christianity is a house, consider 321 ‘the grand tour'. You're invited to step inside and have a look at the Christian faith from within. You'll meet our guide, Jesus, who will take us through the house. We'll explore the big issues: God, the world and ourselves. At the end we'll sit down with a drink and you can ask your questions. How does that sound?Perhaps you're already familiar with Christian beliefs or maybe they are completely new to you. Whatever the case, this is a fresh telling of the Christian story that assumes no prior knowledge. All you need is an open mind and a willingness to explore. If that's you then let's take the tour in 3, 2, 1…
  • Basics of the Christian faith
  • Evangelistic Giveaway book
  • Assumes no prior knowledge
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  • 5
    Take and read!

    Posted by Neal Patterson on 18th Mar 2015

    321 The Story of God, The World and You is the book that Christians really need to read to re orientate their evangelism and then need to give away to a world that is dying. In his quirky style Glen views Christianity as some kind of grand house. The issue is that this grand house looks dilapidated and battered on the outside. The problem is no one is looking at the house from the inside. Glen takes the reader on a no holds barred tour of the inside and says look at what Christians really believe. He challenges the all too common misconceptions about God, Jesus and the world by taking his readers through a grand tour of Jesus life and explanation of the trinity. What were the Father and the Son and the Spirit doing before the world was created? What are they doing now? Why does it matter to me? Put simply it matters because the Christian worldview is that we are either lost sinners in Adam or can be redeemed sinners in Christ. The first half of the book is great. There is freshness in his approach without betrayal of the gospel message. I found myself reading a book with clarity that not even some kids books manage to get close too! What was really impressive was the fact that this was only halfway through the book. Not many evangelistic books offer answers to objections. You generally have to go to a specific book for that. Not here! In the second half, there are answers to most common objections to Christianity from the authenticity of the bible to suffering to sex to other faiths. All dealt with succinctly and with tenderness. There is no room for being smug and self–righteous in this book. This is a really well thought out book. You never feel that the author is rabbiting intellectual waffle from a distance. You can almost feel the author turning the pages with you inviting you to consider Christianity with fresh eyes. The biggest compliment I could give this book – ‘Tolle lege’ – take and read!

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