COMMERCE, Texas (PRWEB) December 19, 2011
Devout Christians and general readers can now find an enlightening literary masterpiece as author David Gibson presents his revealing book, First-Century Truth for a Twenty-first Century World. This book clarifies how God intended for us to view His word and provides answers to some of the doubts and confusion regarding the Bible’s role in our lives today.
Can society function without a common standard of weights and measures, currency, and time-keeping? Is competition in athletics possible without rules? But what about religion? Is it left up to each person what to believe and practice, or is there a universal standard? There is. God sent Jesus, not only to die as our Savior, but also to reveal an authoritative message for our salvation. Jesus then transferred this message to the apostles. Guided by the Holy Spirit, they in turn preached this message, which is now preserved in the New Testament. This is our standard today.
Filled with practical insights and enhanced by illustrations from everyday life, First-Century Truth for a Twenty-first Century World is a valuable book that will surely inspire readers to know more about these crucial issues.
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About the Author
David Gibson received his Bachelor’s in English from Harding College (now University) and his Master of Divinity from Abilene Christian University. A native Texan, he spent nearly seven years working with a small congregation in Scranton, Pa. After 30 years with a church in Commerce, Texas, he is now retired from the pulpit but continues to serve the same congregation as an elder. In addition, he is active in teaching, visitation, and community involvement. He has been a member of Commerce Rotary Club since 1986. He and his wife Sara have four grown children and seven grandchildren.
First-Century Truth for a Twenty-first Century World * by David Gibson
The Crucial Issue of Biblical Authority
Publication Date: October 20, 2011
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 215 pages; 978-1-4653-3538-8
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