While working on my first detective novel, I have continued to write and speak on a number of other subjects. I am about to publish another non-fiction book called How to Cope with the Church.
It is not intended for regular, lifelong committed churchgoers. It is not for convinced atheists or others who regard religion as totally irrelevant. It is not for people who are followers of a religion other than Christianity.
It is intended for the many people who are somewhere in between.
- If you go to Church sometimes.
- If you used to go and are not sure about going back.
- If you find prayer or Bible reading difficult.
- If there are things you are not sure whether to believe or not.
If you are one of those people, you might find this little book helpful. I hope so.
It is published on Amazon and Create Space. It is not expensive, only 3.00 pounds. It is available on Kindle too, where it is even less expensive, only 99 pence. I will always have a few copies handy too.
Black & White on White paper
BISAC: Religion / Christian Life / General
If you are a determined atheist this book is not for you. If you are strong in the faith it is not for you either. If you are somewhere in between, if you have problems with Church, Bible reading, prayer, if you have not been for a while and are nervous about going back, if you have doubts and questions and do not like to ask, then this book could be just what you need. John Harvey Murray shares insights gained from experience in many different churches on the journey of faith and life. If he can cope, so can you.