What You Didn't Learn From Your Parents About Christianity
Headline: Your parents would approve, but don't let that stop you. Many of us can remember a time when faith was a simple thing: We went to church at least once a week, had strong ties in the youth group,...
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Headline: Your parents would approve, but don't let that stop you. Many of us can remember a time when faith was a simple thing: We went to church at least once a week, had strong ties in the youth group, and shared in our parents' beliefs. But there comes a moment in our faith journeys when we must find our own faith in Christ. All of the sudden, we discovered that Christianity is much bigger than our church, our denomination, our perspective. And somehow during this transition, we found that a very simple message had become much more complicated. Popular author Matthew Paul Turner presents a unique reference guide to the basics of the Christian faith. From historical facts, to the sacraments, to knowing Presbyterians from Pentecostals, Matthew provides foundational truths and practical insights that are infused with his knowing wit and honesty. So whether you're a new believer, or someone who's had his or her own "section" in the pew for years, you'll gain a deeper and more personal understanding
From historical facts, to the sacraments, to knowingPresbyterians from Pentecostals, this book provides foundationaltruths and practical insights that are infused with wit andhonesty.
Matthew Paul Turner is a social and cultural commentator for today. The author of The Christian Culture Survival Guide and The Coffeehouse Gospel, he has also served as editor-in-chief for CCM, the nation's leading Christian entertainment magazine, and music and entertainment editor for Crosswalk.com, the world's largest Christian website. Matthew is also a frequent contributor to Relevant magazine. He and his wife, Jessica, live in Nashville, Tennessee.