Beyond the Fish Sticker: Seeking a Deeper Knowledge of God and Ourselves
ENDORSEMENTS: Matt Viney, Pastor at Wavell Heights Presbyterian In a world of slogans and 'fake news', we need Christians who are willing to speak with clarity and honesty in a way that helps us move beyond superficiality. This...
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Matt Viney, Pastor at Wavell Heights Presbyterian
In a world of slogans and 'fake news', we need Christians who are willing to speak with clarity and honesty in a way that helps us move beyond superficiality. This is what Ben does. His writing is fresh and engaging, deep and genuine. Ben offers an insightful Christian perspective on many areas of life, including religion, politics, culture and history. Beyond the Fish Sticker is worth reading.
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Like an expert underwater guide, Ben keeps his audience close to him as we dive into deep waters. We travel with him throughout, turning this way, then that, like a school of fish on some coral reef. His insights are rays of sunshine penetrating the surface-membrane, illuminating the deep and swirling currents of human thought beneath. He keeps our eyes trained on one fish, one fish only: ICHTHYS, Jesus Christ, Son of God, Saviour. As he says, 'It's time to stop chasing the wind and to start resting in Christ. Christ is ... the narrow path to sanity.' O, to be found fully clothed and in your right mind after plumbing the depths with Ben in Beyond the Fish Sticker.
There is a growing need that exists in many Christian circles for a deeper, more mature understanding of what it means to be a Christian; one who truly seeks to follow Christ. Beyond the Fish Sticker is a series of musings that aim to encourage readers to think deeply about the big and often difficult questions that arise throughout our lives. It uses these questions to take the reader on a journey throughout which alternative worldviews are uncovered and contrasted with Christian truth. Readers are challenged to consider what it means to see life in light of Christ and how to live accordingly. - Publisher
Benjamin Swift was raised the son of an Anglican minister in Victoria, Australia. He completed a degree in Biological Sciences at La Trobe University, majoring in Botany and Zoology. He later completed post graduate studies in Education at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and Teacher Librarianship at the Queensland University of Technology. Benjamin has extensive experience in the field of Education including teaching as an accredited Christian Studies teacher with Lutheran Education Australia.