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Introducing my Book: Thanks Be To God

Jesus Christ is described in the Bible as the Prince of Peace, and the Christian Gospel has provided hope and meaning to spiritual seekers for two thousand years. The teachings of Jesus are arguably more important today than ever before.

In an age when spiritual practices that are contrary to the teachings of Jesus are on the rise, I have written a concise book that will enable anyone who is interested in spirituality to get to grips with the core teachings of Christianity, so that they can more fully understand whether they should accept or reject the teaching and person of Jesus.

Thanks Be To God contains 20 important passages of Scripture, with each passage accompanied by a short reflection I have written to offer context and insight. The book is ideally suited to people who are interested in exploring Christianity but feel daunted by the prospect of reading the whole Bible.

To view the artwork for the book and a brief synopsis of the content, see this PDF.

The book is available to purchase from these retailers.

4 responses to “Introducing my Book: Thanks Be To God”

  1. congrats on writing and publishing your book, that’s great! 😄

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    1. Cheers Ann Mary, always good to see you! 😀

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    1. Ah I’m so glad, thanks Melissa! I was checking out your blog yesterday and felt very impressed by what you’re doing.

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Steven Colborne

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Hello, I’m Steven and I’m a philosopher and author based in London. My main purpose as a writer is to encourage discussion about God. I write about a wide variety of subjects related to philosophical theology, including divine sovereignty, the nature of God, suffering, interfaith dialogue and more. My mantra: Truth heals.

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