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Posted by on Jun 20, 2014 in FEATURED POST, GIVEAWAY | 1 comment

Win Priority One by Josh Hooker in our June book Giveaway

Win Priority One by Josh Hooker in our June book Giveaway

Priority One by Josh HookerMany today seem to promote a type of Christianity that has little room for teaching the Bible. However if we want to use the label ‘Christian’ of ourselves with any real integrity then we need to be Bible people. Sadly, we live at a time when many Christians have little knowledge of the Bible. We can quickly tell others the position of our football team in the league, or the latest story-line in our favourite TV soap, but if we were asked a basic question about biblical history or theology we would not be able to answer it. Many Christians do not know whether Daniel came before or after Joshua in Old Testament history, or what the New Testament means by ‘justification’.

This book is written primarily for those who have been Christians for a while but still only vaguely understand the Bible’s teaching on grace. If you want a fuller understanding of what Christ has done for you at the cross, or if you want to work out the implications of God’s grace for your life today, read this book. It spells out the priority of grace in our Christian lives and how a firm understanding of the gospel can transform us.

About the Author:
Josh Hooker is a lecturer at Namibia Evangelical Theological Seminary. He served as a pastor in the UK before going to Africa in 2005 to be involved in theological education in Lesotho and Namibia. He trained at All Nations Christian College and Oak Hill Theological College and is a member of the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches Pastors’ Association. He is married to Cathy and they have three children. They are mission partners with Crosslinks.

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Terms and Conditions:
*Winners from the continental United States and the United Kingdom will be awarded a paperback copy of the book. Winners outside of the US and the UK will be awarded an e-book (.mobi or .epub) copy of the book.

1 Comment

  1. It looks a good book. I’d like to review it if I was given a free book.

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