Challenging Reflections on the Christian Life

Rethinking the Common Experience

by J.L. Moore



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/25/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 184
ISBN : 9781449715601
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 184
ISBN : 9781449715618

About the Book

When is the last time you

• were discouraged in your relationship with God?
• were distracted by a crying infant during a church service?
• shared the gospel with an unbeliever?
• heard someone say they ‘rededicated’ their life to Christ?
• heard an intense conversation about sports among Christian men?
• were equipped by your pastor to present and defend the gospel?

If your experience is similar to most Christians, you have probably never spent much time reflecting on the issues above as they pertain to the seriousness of the Christian life.

Challenging Reflections on the Christian Life covers topics that include raising children ‘in the church,’ evangelism, apologetics, men and sports, the concept of ‘rededication,’ the pastor’s primary responsibility, infants in the sanctuary, knowing God, and much more.

This book is designed to encourage you to give deep contemplation to the all-too-common experiences encountered in the Christian life and lead you to an awakened sense of reverence for God and passion for the truth. Whether you are a new Christian or a seasoned pastor, this book will cause you to rethink much of what you see in your life and in your church.

“This book is inspiring, encouraging, and challenging. The author carefully and faithfully handles the Scriptures and applies them to our lives. Every Christian will profit from reading this book.”
Dr. Norman Geisler
Professor of Apologetics
Veritas Evangelical Seminary

About the Author

J. L. Moore is a member of Ready Defense Ministries, an apologetics ministry based in Cleveland, Ohio. He has taught classes on topics such as apologetics, evangelism, church history, and the Old Testament. He has also taught introductory courses in religion at the college level. He holds master's degrees in theological studies and religious education from Liberty Seminary, and is in his final year for the MA in philosophy. He is also the author of Can You Afford to be Wrong? The Necessity of Pursuing Spiritual Truth. For more information, visit