Theology 101 in Bite-Size Pieces: A Bird's Eye View of the Riches of Divine Grace
By Judy Azar LeBlanc (Author)
The word theology tends to lead people to think that it is only meant for seminarian scholars; however, the word speaks for itself by the sole definition meaning "the study of God's Word." This book takes a fresh look at God's Power, Character, Love, Nature, and what the finished work of Christ meant to the world in bite size portions. It offers scripturally based truths of some of the riches of His Divine Grace that include answers to thought provoking questions such as what is predestination; who are the chosen; the called, and the elect. The author uses everyday language to explain what it means to be justified, reconciled, forgiven, and offers a clear explanation of why practicing merited grace contradicts Christ's finished work on the cross.
This book will be excellent for a new Christian or someone just learning about Theology. For the most part I knew everything that the author talked about, but it did clear up some of the questions I had, but not really brought any questions to my brain. I liked that they included many verses in this book to the bible, but the only thing I did not like was that they refers to others books. This is something I don't like, but there were not that many, just a few here and there. Over all, this book would be perfect to new Christians or students.
*Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book exchange for honest my review of the book. This does not reflect on my review. The opinions in this post are my own.