In this little book, George Martin writes letters to Matthew, a fictional, or perhaps more accurately, a composite character, sort of a spiritual "John Doe." Matthew represents new believers in Jesus Christ: a young boy, a high school cheerleader, a plumber, a college professor, a middle aged mother, a seasoned old man, or anyone who has recently believed the gospel and needs to understand clearly new life in Christ. Matthew is that new disciple with all the questions that come, along with all the hopes and the anxieties. Am I truly saved? How can I know for certain? What does it really mean to be saved, to be a child of God? What is now expected of me? Martin’s letters will help you understand questions we all have about the Christian faith.
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George Martin serves as Professor of Biblical Studies at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and divides his teaching between the Louisville, Kentucky and Nashville, Tennessee campuses. He earned his PhD in Old Testament and Hebrew at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in New Orleans, Louisiana. For seven years, he served as a pastor in Florida and Kentucky, and he and his wife, Donna, and their three children served in Jakarta, Indonesia, where he taught on the faculty of the Jakarta Baptist Theological Seminary. He has taught in numerous locations and theological programs around the world.
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