WASHINGTON, Ga (PRWEB) December 13, 2011
What is necessary to be a follower of Jesus Christ? In his book, author and layperson Ted Bush provides a clear, concise, and readable description. Released through Xlibris, “Saved” is Not Home Free: The Essentials of Christianity urges Christians to wake up and discover the real meaning of believing and following Jesus Christ.
“Saved” is Not Home Free: The Essentials of Christianity was written to clarify what believing and following mean and entail. For Christians, Jesus Christ was born, lived, died, and resurrected so that all those who believe may know what God is like and to teach his followers what needs to be done to attain salvation from sin and death. Christians, however, have an essential task – that is to accept Christ as Lord and Savior, believe in him, and follow him. The challenge for these people comes with knowing what believing and following mean. This book attempts to provide an explanation for both.
The book is targeted at two primary groups of individuals: people who consider themselves Christians and are interested in thinking and learning more about Christian duty, and people who have been turned off by the perceived hypocrisy in the Christian Church.
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About the Author
Ted Bush, a layperson, is a retired professional forester who lives in the small town of Washington, Georgia. He was raised in the Presbyterian Church. Following a religious renewal experience at the age of forty-three, he began to read and study the Bible and Christian theology enthusiastically. Soon thereafter, he joined the Episcopal Church, and then completed their Education for Ministry program a four-year extension program of the School of Theology at the University of the South.
“Saved” is Not Home Free * by Ted Bush
The Essentials of Christianity
Publication Date: June 4, 2010
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 83 pages; 978-1-4535-0088-0
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