A bunch of authors and I joined together to give away some of our books for you to read. My book is the only theology book in the bunch, but I bet you like to read some good novels as well. Try one of these out!
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In Jonah 2:4, Jonah states that he prayed to worship God in His holy temple. In this way, Jonah seems to take credit for his deliverance from drowning. And though he has no interest in obeying God by going to Nineveh, Jonah is happy about the prospect of worshiping God in the temple. But which do you think God would prefer?
The new books by Greg Boyd, The Crucifixion of the Warrior God, is a great book. Please read it! But just know that despite all the great insights in the book, I believe that the central thesis is wrong. Rather than withdraw from sin, God dives in.
Do you fear death? I do not.
But as we study the book of Jonah, we see that Jonah sort of wanted to die, but he did not want to die by drowning. We see why in this study of Jonah 2:3. We see that Jonah prefers to die by digestion that to die by drowning.
To celebrate that my book, the Atonement of God, won a Gold Medal, I have temporarily lowered the price of the eBook on Amazon. If you haven’t read the book, this is a great time to get it. Learn to read Scripture and view God through the crucivision lens of Jesus Christ and Him crucified.
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