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The book is written for skeptics, agnostics, and those who are curious, but with little exposure to Christian religion. It addresses main subjects like: What is faith? What is sin? Who is Jesus Christ? What is God really like? What distinguishes the Bible from other religious books? But it avoids theological terms that often confuse people and it doesn’t quote scripture. Instead, it uses examples from everyday life to illustrate points.
The E-book is available at Amazon.com and can be downloaded onto a Kindle, comparable tablet or Smart Phone. Its 12 chapters are intentionally short to easily fit a busy schedule. They can be read while working out on an elliptical, waiting for an appointment, or on a short break. Although Christianity for the Average Joe is not written for theologians, it’s consistent with traditional Biblical teachings and Christian doctrine.
Chip Tudor is a professional copywriter and pastor of Adult 55+/Men at Fairhaven Church, in Dayton, Ohio (www.fairhavenchurch.org.)