It's a rare thing to find a theologian altogether thorough, brief, and satisfying. Irish author, theologian, and former atheist Alister McGrath offers a manageable first-read on addressing a new believer's doubts. Parents of teens and ministry workers who forage for short, relevant material may find a good starting point with this book, like kindling that eventually calls for weightier fuel for a brighter fire.
Shannon Geiger serves as a counselor at Park Cities Presbyterian Church and alongside her husband, Josh, in a PCA church plant serving the Hispanic community of Dallas.
Issue: "Grace: How Strange the Sound" July/August 2007 Vol. 16 No. 4 Page number(s): 46-47
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