HUMAN IDENTITY AND THE GOSPEL IN A CONFUSING WORLD
> WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE HUMAN?
> WHAT IS IT THAT MAKES US SO UNIQUE?
> IS THERE ANY MEANING TO LIFE?
Many of the most important decisions you make in life will be shaped by how you answer these questions.
In order to understand the problems of an increasingly confused world, it is vital to have clear answers to these issues.
This book will provide those answers by examining human nature in light of the Word of God.
It will demonstrate the difference the Gospel message makes in the way you understand human identity.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Thomas Fretwell, BTh and MA (Theology), is currently undertaking PhD research. An engaging speaker and host of the Theology & Apologetics podcast, he is a tutor in Theology at King’s Evangelical Divinity School and an associate speaker with Creation Ministries International.
He also serves on the pastoral team at Calvary Chapel, Hastings.
I have read many books by many good authors on this subject, and I believe this book ranks right up there with the best of them.
Brian Brodersen, Pastor, Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, CA, USA
What does it mean to be human? Are we just random collocations of atoms, nothing more than a pack of neurons, or genetic puppets dancing to our DNA? Thomas Fretwell tackles these questions head on in this fantastically helpful book.
Andy Bannister, Director, Solas Centre for Public Christianity
Well documented but contemporary in its feel, this book takes the reader on a rich journey of exploration into the nature of human identity.
Philip Bell, CEO, CMI-UK/Europe
This book is a must-read for Christians seeking to understand, live and share their faith in today’s rapidly changing culture.
Dr Calvin Smith, Principal, King’s Evangelical Divinity School
Intelligent readings of our culture and brilliantly chosen examples of its arguments.
Ben Virgo Director, Christian Heritage London