Item description for Being Christian: Exploring Where You, God, and Life Connect (Life Transitions) by Stephen Arterburn & John Shore...
Overview This inviting book addresses the questions and concerns of newer believers and will inspire those looking for a refresher on what it means to be Christian. Wherever the readers are in their faith journey, they'll find their questions addressed with biblical, theologically sound answers written in an engaging and conversational style. The easy-to-use format allows readers to identify and find their most pressing faith concerns. At the same time, when read in its entirety, Being Christian provides a solid topical introduction to Christianity. Relevant Bible passages are used throughout the book to enhance the reader's understanding of how Scripture informs its answers. Among the subjects discussed and deeply explored are God, the Bible, the church, sin, what it means to be saved by grace, how to discern God's voice, how to deal with guilt, and much more. Designed for use by individuals, it's also a great resource for small groups and new believer's classes.
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Format: Abridged, Audiobook, CD
Studio: Bethany House
Running Time: 360.00 minutes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.4" Width: 6.5" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Sep 30, 2008
Publisher Bethany House
Series Life Transitions
ISBN 0764205439 ISBN13 9780764205439
Availability 0 units.
More About Stephen Arterburn & John Shore
Steve Arterburn is host of "New Life Live!", a radio and television program distributed across the country. He is a best-selling author with more than eight million books in print. He is also founder of Women of Faith(R), a conference attended by more than four million women since its inception. Steve also serves as the teaching pastor of Heartland Church in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Stephen Arterburn currently resides in Laguna Beach Los Angeles Lagun, in the state of California. Stephen Arterburn was born in 1953.
Stephen Arterburn has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Being Christian: Exploring Where You, God, and Life Connect (Life Transitions)?
Great book for the new and old Believer May 29, 2010
I thought this was one of the best Christain books written. There was no fluff and answered many of my questions. A great book to all believers new and old.
Good Resource Sep 14, 2009
I didn't agree with everything in the book, but this is a good resource to have in your library.
Loved it! Info for new and old christians alike Jan 28, 2009
Just finished this one and will buy it for and recommend it to many. They do a great job and make you smile while educating you. I've been a Christian for many years and gleaned much from this book. Don't miss it!
Being Christian Sep 20, 2008
As a relatively new Christian (just shy of 2 years), I found this book to be well worth the purchase price. The two editorial reviews offered by this site are entirely accurate in their praises for the book. It's really well-written and the content flows extremely well, despite being in a question-and-answer format. That surprised me -- how well the authors were able to succinctly answer a wide variety of questions so seamlessly. The tone is reverent but not heavy, and even quite playful at times (which shouldn't be surprising if you are at all familiar with John Shore's writing style). The answers are straighforward, thorough and clear, and yes, they really do address just about everything you'd think to ask. Appropriate Bible references are given for nearly every answer. In the month I've owned the book I have both read it end-to-end and returned to it for random answers. The sections outlining the basics on choosing a Bible translation and a church are outstanding treatments of two very important topics. Overall, this book is practical, relevant, informative and entertaining. I'm donating a copy to my church's library, and there are a few folks on my Christmas list who I think would enjoy it as well.