I don’t know anyone who hasn’t at one time or another during their life, to not have questions about things in the bible and church. Everyone has struggles when it comes to matters of faith; even those who proclaim to be void of it. Ira Milligan seeks to demystify many of the questions people most often raise when it comes to those matters. That is essentially what I love about this book.
Scripture says, “It is the glory of to conceal a matter, but the glory of kings to search out a matter.” Much of what makes this an interesting read is in how it covers many of the doctrinal questions that people face when it comes to what Christians believe or are unsure about. Whether you are rooted in your faith, just beginning your walk, or are trying to determine if Christianity makes sense to you in comparison to other faiths, this will give you good place to whet your appetite for your spiritual investigation.
If you’ve been wondering about angels and demons, the power of prayer, the attributes of tithing, the great escape, what baptism is all about, and many of the terms that are used to describe a believer, you’ll want to get this book. If you know someone who has question of faith and don’t know where to turn, give them this book. I’d recommend this to anyone who is an enthusiast of religious studies, or just wanting to sharpen themselves.
This is a season to get an understanding of things beyond the surface. Choose to understand the mysteries of the bible by reading Ira Milligan’s Understanding Bible Mysteries.
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