Will Davis Jr.
(Sangre de Cristo)
March 2016/161 pages/$9.00/$5.00 Kindle
Trying to discover where ultimate truth really begins and ends—if it even exists—can be brutal work. Getting support from someone who has struggled with the same issues is invaluable.
In A Man Who Told Us the Truth, author Will Davis Jr. wrestles with questions of truth and spiritual realities, offering a bridge between spiritually inquisitive people and the person of Jesus Christ.
Written in a language that seekers and the nonreligious will understand, this remarkable book asks the hard questions about faith and invites the reader to give Jesus a fair hearing.
With chapters such has “Let's Talk about Truth,” “The God I Want to Believe (The Truth about God),” and “False Summits (The Truth about Religion),” this powerful tool tackles difficult topics including love, death, heaven, evil, God, and the nature of truth itself.
In the vein of Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis and Letters from a Skeptic by Greg Boyd, this book is for anyone who has ever gazed up into a star-filled sky and wondered what it all means.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Will Davis Jr calls this book A Christian book for non-Christians. Written in a simple style as direct and unpretentious as if he were sitting across the coffee shop table from the reader, Davis unpacks many of the questions and topics that non-believers--and to be honest, many believers, as well--have about Jesus and Christianity. This book is perfect for the person seeking the truth about Jesus as well as for someone wanting to know how to address a friend's questions. Even better, give the friend a copy and read it concurrently. Points for Pondering at the end of each chapter make excellent springboards for discussions. Davis includes personal experiences and testimonies from previous skeptics that illustrate the topics addressed. A discussion guide is also available as well as Discussion Guide Video Introductions. Grab your copy--as well as extras for friends--today!
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a copy of this book free from Will Davis and the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
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