Monday, January 6, 2014

Where Are The Christians by Eric Shuster


Eric Shuster has dedicated his writing career to building bridges of understanding between Christians. His first book, "Catholic Roots, Mormon Harvest," chronicles the faith journey of he and his wife, including the respectful comparison of dozens of doctrines between Catholicism and Mormonism. His second book, "The Biblical Roots of Mormonism" (coauthored with Charles Sale), provides a common scriptural platform for Christians to better understand Mormon doctrine using over 1,000 scriptural references from the Bible. Mr. Shuster's latest book is "Where are the Christians: the Unrealized Potential of a Divided Religion" which examines the past, present and future of Christianity while challenging readers to reflect upon their own spirituality in Jesus Christ. 

My Review:

I really enjoyed reading this book and working along in the workbook.  Mr. Shuster has taken the time to do thorough research.  I never realized there were over 33,000 churches in the world!  That is amazing!

If you are waiting to future learn about different denominations, learn the difference between departing, adequate, hesitant and laboring Christians, then this is the book for you.

You will definitely want to get the workbook to go along with this book. 

Thank you to Cedar Fort Publishing for allowing me to review this book in return for my honest review.

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