Many Christian books simplify complex biblical doctrines, but not many show you how to apply Christian principles to everyday living. This book simplifies Christianity and shows you how to put Christianity into daily practice. For example, what are the basic and important Christian principles you need to focus on? How do you get close to God? How do you pray to God? What should you pray about? How do you read the Bible effectively? Why is there suffering in this world? Do Christians sin? How do you keep ahead of the Devil's schemes? Why did God create us? What is the evidence for the existence of God? This book answers all these questions and provides practical examples from the author's Christian life and from his career as a police officer.
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About the Author
I am a semi-retired 34 year veteran of the Tasmania and Queensland Police. I was born in 1960. I became a Christian as a teenager but soon drifted away. But God used the pressures of life to bring me back to worship of Christ in a big way at age 47. Therefore, I understand what it takes to be a devoted, progressive Christian, as compared to being 'half-a-Christian' that I was as a teenager. And that was the motivation behind my first book: How to be a Christian: A Beginner's Guide. The book is designed to motivate Christians to higher levels of devotion to Christ, and the wonderful blessings that go with that. I hope you enjoy the conversational style of writing in my book. Keep an eye out for my follow-up book about resurrecting the church from its current malaise.