Today is the official date

Today is the official date for the release of my…
LJ Thriepland | PentecostalTheology.com

Today is the official date for the release of my new book, Is God Moral? A biblical analysis.

The book focuses on 5 specific arguments that are commonly used against the morality of the Bible and God: – The “sacrifice” of Isaac – Rape – Slavery – The killing of the firstborn children of Egypt- Stoning as a punishment

Written for believers in order to help strengthen their faith, but also for nonbelievers to show these arguments incorrect. “Is God Moral?” takes these arguments and tests them against what the Bible actually states.

It is available on Amazon as an ebook or paperback.

Ebook is just £2.72 / $3.49

Links to the book can be found on my website here or just search Amazon.

http://www.followintruth.com/buy-my-book

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  • Reply March 14, 2020

    Alex Armendariz

    Will there be presuppositional apologetics used in this book?

  • Reply March 14, 2020

    Gene Williams Jr.

    Obviously I have not read your book but all people groups God said wipe out trace themselves back to Nephilim.

  • Reply March 14, 2020

    Carl D Pedro

    What is the standard by which you judge morality?

  • Reply March 14, 2020

    Larry Cambalos

    God will always be correct forever, omly the stupid mind of man is accusing God of anything, being not moral, no mercy, etc., God made man upright but they seek many invention, so sad ? ? ? for all stupid man, many will die of stupidity upon judgment, anyway before they will be burn alive in the lake of fire upon judgment each will surely recognise his stupidity, and its too late, so sad ? ? ?

  • Reply March 14, 2020

    Aaron B Lister

    Mines on its way!

    Is God Moral?: A biblical analysis https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085HQL9GS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_biwBEbV148ZSW

  • Reply March 14, 2020

    Jackson Lim

    Will it be available outside US? Philippines please

  • Reply March 14, 2020

    Duncan Macpherson

    God is the source of the moral sense that rightly perceives the moral understanding in various sections of the Old Testament to be deficient and subject to a development that is only completed in Christ.

  • Reply March 14, 2020

    Eric Arnold

    Morals are the principles of right conduct. In general, they are used by people toward living among other people. When everyone agrees to what is right, life goes along more smoothly. Governments use law to enforce morals, but civilization couldn’t stand if individuals had no morals at all.

    There are many sources of moral guidance used by many different groups of people; each groups sees their sets of morals as supreme. Western civilization in general is largely based on the Ten Commandments (and to a wider extent the Bible), the set of morals for Judaism and Christianity. Muslims derive their morals from the Koran, another widely used source of moral guidance. Buddhists derive their morality from the Buddhist Sutras (scriptures) and the Five Precepts.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Grant Reedy

    Why did God put a temper and a temptation is the Garden of Eden?

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Larry Koester

    This type of discussion is an old one and well felt with often before yet we act as if thumis is a new and disasterous idea. When it comes to theological discussion there is nothing new under the sun.

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