It is hard to appreciate book in a series
Invitation to Philippians: Building a Great Church through Humility (124 pages; $14.99)
Invitation to James: Persevering through Trials to Win the Crown (134 pages; $14.99)
Invitation to the Life of Jacob: Winning through Losing (168 pages; $14.99)
Invitation to Galatians (forthcoming)
Invitation to Joshua (forthcoming)
Invitation to Mark (forthcoming)
when it is very arminnion. This colors his thinking on all subject. I could not agree with him on some view points since I am more Calvinistic Baptist.This book came out last month but still is not available to review on Amazon.
I found the author a little wishy washy with his examples. He seemed to focus more on choices.. Even if the person makes the "right" moral choice, that doesn't make the person a Christian. Mormons are very moral people, but they deny that Jesus is God, and therefore, they are not Christians. Mr. Sunukjian regulates what Christians should and should not do based on his personal experiences without specific biblical references; that's not Christianity, that's just another works-based religion. It was very disappointing with this read since I love the book of Philippians.
Full Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.