The secret thoughts of an unlikely convert (book review)

Evangelicals Now

THE SECRET THOUGHTS OF AN UNLIKELY CONVERT The secret thoughts of unlikely convert
An English professor’s journey into Christian faith
By Rosaria Champagne Butterfield
Crown & Covenant. 154 pages. £8.99
ISBN 978 1 884 527 388

Sometimes when I finish reading a book the ideas in it haunt me — the narrator’s voice echoes inside my head. I wish that I hadn’t finished it because it has been such good company and everything else I have to read doesn’t feel as satisfying. I have just had that experience on finishing this book.

So why my enthusiasm? It’s not the title — although the by-line, ‘An English professor’s journey into Christian faith’, appeals to me. It’s not its slick presentation or that it has a clear target audience — in fact I’m not sure who the target audience is because it ranges across and through so many themes. The title actually describes it well — ‘secret…

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Bringing Light and Truth to Pickering

Bringing Light and Truth to Pickering

An interesting couple of hours in town today, some useful conversations. One man listened for a while, took a book and then came back later for a sermon CD.
Another scowled when he saw a leaflet that addressed evolution but wouldn’t stop, saying he believed the earth is round not flat – well what was that all about, we all know the earth is a sphere.
I’m not out to argue, I simply want an opportunity to help people see they are sinners, hear that Jesus Christ died for sinners, and that through believing on Him sinners are changed into saints!