Understanding Spirituality Doesn’t Come from Devotionals

Share Article

Writer Ruth Lawler Asks the World to See Itself Differently in New Book

News Image
The Christian world view makes sense of this chaotic world if you are keen to listen.

Are Christians all completely faithful that God has a plan for them? Are Christians completely faithful that God knows the entire future for Earth?

Author Ruth Lawler wrote her new book “Kinsman Redeemer” after developing her own set of questions about God’s plan for the world. How does God know the entire future? How can God control everything about this planet and the cosmos? After delving deeper into her own spirituality, she wrote this book to give that gift to others who might have the same questions.

The book follows a young character, Wiley, in 1013 as he navigates the world in hopes of becoming a knight. He reaches a snag when an important document detailing a promise made by Wiley’s guardian is stolen.

“My book is more than just an adventure story set in another time period. It will give readers answers to spiritual questions that have been around since time began,” Lawler said. “These answers are based on God’s word, the Bible, and we have no great written authority.”

“Kinsman Redeemer” is an allegory for the struggle people face when deciding or revisiting their spirituality in God. It’s a struggle that Lawler believes the world can overcome.

“Christians are being murdered all over the world and the media largely ignores it,” Lawler said. “The Christian world view makes sense of this chaotic world if you are keen to listen.”

For Christians, it’s a way to delve deeper into their faith. For non-believers, it’s an entertaining yet eye-opening tale of an important decision: What will you believe?

“Kinsman Redeemer”
By Ruth Lawler
ISBN: 978-1-45821-139-2
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Abbott Press online bookstores

About the author
Ruth Anderson Lawler was born and raised in New England but migrated west to Wyoming as a young adult. There, she married a rancher and moved to Alaska. She and her husband currently live in Kasilof, Alaska. They have three adult children.

# # #

**FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE**
For review copies or interview requests, contact:
Brittani Hensel
317.602.7137
bhensel(at)bohlsengroup(dot)com

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Brittani Hensel
Bohlsen Group
+1 (317) 602-7137
Email >