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Enlightening New Xulon Book Helps Readers Learn the Truth About Who They Are By Examining An Important Question On The Minds Of Christians … “Are We All Sinners?”
Lester E. Jones, Ph.D. calls into question a popular phrase used in the Christian community – a phrase he strongly believes hinders the Christian Church from having the impact that it should on the society
MAITLAND, FL— Lester E. Jones, Ph.D.’s new book, Am I a Sinner, Too?, ($12.99, paperback, 9781498473163; $6.99, e-book, 9781498473170) equips readers to confidently answer two essential questions: Is it possible that Christians do not live differently because of what they believe about themselves. Or, are they truly sinners and that is the reason they do not live any differently than that of the world? Jones penned this book to challenge Christians to see themselves as God sees them. Readers will finally learn the truth about who they are. They will be encouraged to rely more upon the Holy Spirit to live a victorious life and will truly lift up the name of the Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. In this thought-provoking book, Jones believes that it is impossible for believers to fulfill their purpose if one fails to accept the price for which Jesus paid to redeem His children.
“My book will challenge Christians to dig deeper and stop accepting shallow surface teachings of the scriptures,” states the author. “Jesus suffered many things that he might bring us into a right relationship with the Father; therefore, we who are Christians must know who we are in Christ. We cannot serve effectively as ambassadors if we do not know how to represent the one who gave us life.”
Here is what others are saying about this outstanding book:
“This is a great book that will serve the community of faith well. This book takes a deep dive into the subject of the Christian identity as it relates to sin. It’s an outstanding resource for Bible and group studies in addressing the questions surrounding sin. Peeping into biblical history (Old and New Testament), it lends assistance to understanding today’s human condition and the precepts of sin.”
- Rev. Dr. Jewel A. Simmons, LCPC, Pastor Providence Baptist Church, Olean, VA.
“Dr. Jones makes me think. I have been referring to myself as a sinner in preaching, singing hymns, teaching, and witnessing since I was saved over 50 years ago. Is that really who God sees me to be? What I learned in this book you must learn for yourself! This book is a must read for all Bible-believing Christians.” - Dr. Larry Keefauver, Bestselling Author and International Teacher
Lester E. Jones, Ph.D. is an ordained Baptist deacon who accepted Christ at the age of eleven. He has spent his adult life teaching Adult Sunday School, Bible Studies, Old Testament Survey Classes, and serving as a Christian Counselor. He believes that the Holy Spirit is leading him to address the subject in his book. For at least the last ten years, he studied to ascertain the true answer to the question this book asks. He hesitated to address the subject because the phrase is very popular and used by some of the most prominent and respected theologians. However, he believes that the Christian Church wields less influence upon society because its members fail to accept their newly granted citizenship.
Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Am I a Sinner, Too? through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.