This page is a kind of “catch-all” spot for my various books that don’t rightly fit as part of a series (at least, yet!). Nevertheless, they ought not be forgotten.
Living Blessedly Forever: A Systematic Theology Primer … When I taught at Rocky Bayou Christian School, one of my staple classes was honors systematic theology for seniors. While there were a variety of textbooks available to choose from, I wasn’t overly satisfied with what I was finding. The school was not denominationally affiliated but solidly evangelical in nature. Sadly, many of the texts were either two biased towards a denominational setting or they were not as deep as I desired for this class. That search process eventually led me to write my own text to fill that need. Thus, while the text is solidly evangelical in nature, it seeks to lay out the views of the various denominational positions in a balanced way allowing the students to make their own decisions on the basis of their reading of scripture. The seven-year project produced a text that is just over 400 pages and contains more than 2000 scriptures referenced in the footnotes with several indexes in the rear of the book. It is hoped that this book will serve others as it served my students in Florida.
Credo, Ergo Confiteor: I Believe, therefore I Confess … This is a small introduction to creeds and confessional statements (referred to as the study of Symbolics) and is designed to introduce individuals to the use of creeds and confessions as part of their Christian walk.
Saved from What??? … When I worked with homeless men in Jackson I produced this Gospel tract to accompany my ministry. Later, when I was in ministry in Florida, it was fleshed out some and expanded upon. It is designed to be both a presentation of the Gospel and an introduction to the Christian faith in crisp, concise language. It proved useful enough that an African pastor translated this text into KiSwahili for use in East Africa (if you are interested in KiSwahili translations for Missions use, please contact me directly).
This is a series of devotions written around the Death, Burial, and Resurrection of Christ available in e-book format. They originated as devotions written to guide people in my congregation through Holy Week