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Searching for God in Christianity

Sean A. Nolan

308 pages
Deep River Books Llc

Reformation always precedes revival. This book seeks a ‘reformation’ within our culture of what Christianity actually is—namely, that Jesus’ message is one of love and not division, the Church an institution that protects and doesn’t harm, the Gospel a truth that is essential to daily life and spirituality, not irrelevant.

By reviving and making relevant the greatest minds from the past 2000 years of the Church, this book brings forward into today the early Church truth that just like you and I are composed of flesh and blood, God is literally composed of love.

At the heart of Searching for God in Christianity is a desire to translate theology into English, into the everyday, illuminating afresh and anew the classic Gospel message as the antidote to the identity crises plaguing modern Western Christianity.

(One-third of the page count is optional reading, endnotes, etc).

Author Bio

Sean A. Nolan is the Executive Chairman of Hope in Society Ministries and a ThD candidate of the Sydney College of Divinity, holding a Master’s in Theology. Previously, Sean served as a local Pastor, Church planter, denominational youth and young adult’s director, and an inter-denominational evangelism director. Sean lives in Sydney, Australia, with his wife, children, and beloved labradoodle.