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Here is an AWESOME book!
It is more like a novel!
Once we started reading this we COULD NOT put it down!
A Journey in Grace is a book that seeks to teach theology in the setting of a fictional novel. It is perhaps somewhat similar to John Bunyan's enduring classic 'The Pilgrim's Progress'. The Biblical doctrine that is taught by Mr.Belcher in this book is often referred to as Calvinism. A label that this reviewer prefers is 'The Doctrines of Grace'. This format is ideal for teenagers, young adults and perhaps those who are not that familiar with this Biblical teaching. What Richard Belcher accomplishes with great success is to clearly instruct the reader on this often maligned doctrine. The reader is also exposed to what is thought to be Calvinism but in reality is a caricature of it. Another great value of this book is that there is a good deal of help in learning how to present what one believes in a gracious manner. This is the first in a series which now totals seven books with each one focusing on an important Biblical teaching. The story begins with the main character Ira Pointer being interviewed for his initial pastorate. The interview seems to be going well until one of the men asks Ira with an abrasive spirit if he is a Calvinist. The journey thus begins with Ira trying to find out what a Calvinist is and then seeking to assess if is one.