Fairview Downs, New Zealand (PRWEB) December 11, 2013
Believing that society struggles with larger articles involving issues of theology, history and current events, author Reg Nicholson penned “Big Beliefs in Small Bites: The Pilgrim’s Projects” (published by Abbott Press), a collection of easy-to-read, understand and digest articles that help make information accessible to all.
With over 160 short chapters covering religion, moral and topical issues, “Big Beliefs in Small Bites” will give readers a better understanding of the Christian world around them. “God is greater than we imagined, more understanding, more loving and more forgiving than we can ever believe,” says Nicholson. “My book shows that by exploring interesting insights and logical processes over many current historical Christian issues.”
Critics are responding positively to “Big Beliefs in Small Bites.” A recent reviewer at Kirkus Reviews writes:
“That Nicholson furthers this conversation of Christianity's relevance in modern times in an approachable, engaging and often funny way sets this book ahead of the multitude of comparable titles. An engaging, fast read that focuses on the importance of Christianity's adaptability"
“Big Beliefs in Small Bites”
By Reg Nicholson
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 378 pages | ISBN 9781458208859
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 378 pages | ISBN 9781458208835
E-Book | 378 pages | ISBN 9781458208842
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Reg Nicholson has spent many years preaching and writing on spiritual subjects. He is also a former newspaper columnist and editor of a number of periodicals. He has written numerous books, which helped him win an awarded membership in the New Zealand Order of Merit.
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