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What's My Excuse For Not Being A Christian - 12 Myths Of Christianity
By: Brad Crouser
ISBN: 0-9724967-5-5

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"This book simplifies the truths of Biblical Christianity and makes it easy to understand why believers believe what they do….Great for anyone who is just curious, or for those who want to understand more about the faith."

Distinguished author and attorney Brad Crouser explains that to many of this age, the Christian gospel message is “foolishness.” Perhaps to them it’s not a “respectable” or credible philosophy. It’s something only uneducated, unsophisticated, easily lead, gullible people would accept.

However, the Apostle Paul quotes God’s pronouncement in Isaiah 29:14, “I will destroy the wisdom of the wise; the intelligence of the intelligent I will frustrate.” The gospel might be foolishness to “those who are perishing,” Paul writes, “but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.”

Brad said, “For that reason, one of my law partners suggested that I call this book Foolish Wisdom. ‘But God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise,’ Paul wrote. He was referring not only to the gospel message, but also to the weak, lowly and despised people who Jesus often chose Jesus to build His kingdom, including fishermen, prostitutes and tax collectors. Notice that He did not call the political, educational or religious leaders of the day. To demonstrate that salvation is of God, a gift by grace, not earned, Jesus said that God even hides “these things from the [worldly] wise and learned, and reveal[s] them to little children.’”

This project is unique. Brad is not a theologian. He did not attend a seminary. As he describes this work, it is a “lay” book, written by a “layman,” developed for others without a formal Bible education. Inside this volume, the first release by Woodland Gospel Publishing, Brad deals with a dozen of the most common myths about the Christian life.

Using the Scriptures, he addresses several questions, objections, and misconceptions many have when confronted with the choice of accepting or rejecting Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Perhaps this book will be useful to a nonbeliever in making an eternal decision. On the other hand, it may simply reassure what a believing reader already knows to be true.

As Brad best explains it inside the volume, “If you’re looking for light reading with amusing anecdotes, I’m sorry — this is probably not for you. We’re going to discuss some serious business here. Issues of eternal consequence. Hopefully, some life-changing concepts.”