Speaking of Jesus is the latest book by one of my favorite authors Carl Medearis.  Today Amazon is offering the Kindle version for free.  Please take the opportunity to get a free electronic copy of this book.  Even if you do not have a kindle, here is a way to view it on any computer: Kindle for PC.  Here is Amazon’s summary of the book:

Some of us fear moments when we need to defend our theology. Some of us seek them out. But we are seldom ready the way Jesus seemed to be ready. So how do we draw others to God in the midst of these ordinary conversations the way Jesus did?
In Speaking of Jesus, Carl Medearis draws on his experience of international reconciliation between Muslims and Christians to remind us of the heart of the matter: Jesus. Here he gives us tools, stories, and the foundation we need to move beyond “us” and “them” and simply talk about the One who changes it all.
As Carl writes, “While others are explaining and defending various isms and ologies we’re simply pointing people to our friend. The one who uncovers and disarms. Who leads people right to himself. The beginning and the end of the story. A good story indeed.”
I read this book a few months ago and loved it.  I hope to read it again soon so I can get a good review to the readers of CT.  But here is your opportunity to read it for yourself.

 

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  1. Don’t ignore the Nook!  It’s free in the B&N store as an .EPUB (also readable on PC) as well.

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