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HOLDING FAST TO FAITH IN THE GRAY AREAS OF LIFE
Should a Christian use Tinder…get a tattoo…or drink shots of tequila? Anyone who wants to live a life of grace needs to navigate the world’s gray lifestyle choices that may not be wrong, but could lead to sin.
“The church has been plagued by two extremes when it comes to living a Christian lifestyle,” says author Bradley Truman Noel. “On one side, we have the serious folks adorned with a really impressive frown, who remind us of all the do’s and don’ts.…On the other end of the spectrum are folks who play fast and loose with the rules. They typically don’t spend too much time thinking about holiness, or wondering if their actions align with biblical teaching.” Both sides, Bradley says, miss the power of God’s grace in our lives.
In Tinder, Tattoos, and Tequila, you will discover:
- How to determine what’s sinful and what’s permissible
- Scriptural absolutes that apply to all believers
- Why we should be eager to be holy in this life
- How to navigate social media and video games
- Biblical principles that can guide every decision
- Ways to receive help from the Holy Spirit
- The balance between understanding the law and practicing grace
Don’t let the world’s endless choices keep you from living the life of grace that God has for you!
|Dimensions||6 × 8.9 × .5 in|
|Date Published||Apr 12 2022|
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About Bradley Truman Noel
A native of Newfoundland, Canada, Bradley Truman Noel (1971–2022) was ordained by the Pentecostal Assemblies of Newfoundland and Labrador (PAONL) in 2000. He served as a youth pastor and taught Bible and theology at the college and university level for more than twenty years.
From 2008 to 2022, he taught at Tyndale University, a Christian school in Toronto, where he served as chair of the Christian Ministries Department. Brad previously taught at Acadia University, Vanguard College, and Master’s College and Seminary, where he created a variety of live and online courses.
He earned his Doctor of Ministry from Acadia University and his Doctor of Theology from the University of South Africa.Show Less
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