A few months ago, I published my book onto Amazon and sold it for $4. However, after much consideration, I have decided that I do not want to sell it. I would rather give it away for free. If you are interested in my free e-book – The Open Minded Christian: How To Engage Charitably With Fellow Sinners, then use this link. It will provide the option to download so that you can read it on your Kindle or read it on the browser.
Unfortunately, however, I cannot give away physical copies for free. They are currently available for purchase on Amazon. I think that the total price is somewhere around $10. (Note: as of this writing, I have recently made a few edits to the book. Currently waiting for Amazon to approve the edits. When the approval process is finished, I will share the link here).
What is this book about? Why is it called The Open Minded Christian? Followers of this blog will certainly know that it is not a treatise in liberal theology. It is a book about exercising humility and self-reflection so that you can be a more effective witness. This will also help us to relate with other Christians so that we are not condemning one another for secondary beliefs.
I made the point to outline precisely what heresy is and how we can combat avoid referring to people as heretics when they are not. A heretic is somebody who confesses heresy. They are not somebody who is inconsistent in their theology. Further, a heretic is not anybody with whom you are angry. Throughout this book, I made the point that no matter who we find ourselves engaging with, we should also do it in charity. I believe that anybody who reads this and actively tries to apply the principles therein will find that they are a better witness for Christ, whether in dialogue with believers or with unbelievers.