Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Penn Valley, CA - Jun 26, 2018 - Richard Christenson, author of “Christ’s Discipleship Deal,” active contributor to vocational Christian ministry for over thirty years with degrees in religion and business, and who now lives with his wife in Penn Valley California, has completed his new book, “What Do You Say to a Happy Heathen?: “If what you were thinking about God and your existence on earth was wrong, would you want to know?”: an engaging, straight-talking book describing the Christian faith.
Richard shares, “Let me be absolutely clear: I don’t know for certain who is and isn’t saved. I am perfectly content with God being the only judge of that. I strongly believe, however, that the biblical criteria provided in this book for becoming a follower of Christ, which I repeatedly refer to as ‘Christ’s discipleship deal,’ is accurate. After saying all of this, I am going to ask you to please take the time to read about my Jesus journey in this book and learn how God continued to love and reach out to me even while I repeatedly rejected Him and those whom He sent to speak with me. Thinking back on my life before Christ, I’m not certain that anything or anyone could have convinced me to read a book like this. Persistent prayer is one of the things that opened my mind and heart to at least consider the teachings of the Bible; I’m praying that will happen for you. If you are willing to seek the truth and consider all possible sources of and reasons for your existence on earth, you really need to make time to read this book.”
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Richard Christenson’s new book is an invaluable guide as much for what he says as how he says it.
Christenson openly discusses the major points of contention between believers and nonbelievers with compassion, firsthand understanding, patience, and acuity—an example best followed by those who, like the author, find themselves talking to happy heathens questioning the necessity of Christ.
Readers can purchase “What Do You Say to a Happy Heathen?: “If what you were thinking about God and your existence on earth was wrong, would you want to know?” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.
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