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April 5th, 2013

I’m a Christian, So What Do I Believe?

Ken Gardiner has a passion for Jesus Christ and a passion for truth. Drawing on his rich life experiences of God and his deep biblical knowledge, Ken invites us to re-examine the essence of the Christian faith.

Creatively retelling the story of God’s self-revelation through the Scriptures, Ken questions familiar understandings with intelligence and wry humour while remaining faithful to the text and evangelical tradition. The writer discusses the nature of sin and atonement, the effect of baptism and Communion, the role of Scripture and the guidance of the Holy Spirit, the significance of Jesus’ resurrection appearances, the meaning of the two Trees in the Garden, and heaven and hell.

This book is ideal for individual or group study.

Join Ken as he shares his insight and passion for a God who has continually surprised him, ever revealing Himself, in the mundane as well as the profound, to be far more wonderful than he could have ever begun to imagine.

“This is a patient, involved, wise interpretation of the Christian story… I have a feeling some people are going to have their lives changed through the reading of it.”
The Venerable Simon Burton-Jones, Archdeacon of Rochester

About the author: Born in 1927, Ken performed National Service before working in the city of London. At 35 he was ordained, becoming an Honorary Canon of Rochester Cathedral in 1988. His book, The Reluctant Exorcist, was published by Kingsway in 2002 as part of their Ministry Guides series. A charismatic evangelical with a high doctrine of the Church, Ken is a curious mix who thinks of himself, above all, as a Christian.

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