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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Book Giveaway: The Beckoning by Michael Minot

In celebration of Michael Minot's new book, The Beckoning, Nearly Brilliant is giving away one copy of the book (print or ebook, winner's choice). To enter, leave a comment below with your email stating why you'd like to win a copy. Here's more about the book and the author.

Several years after graduating from law school, Michael Minot discovered something profound: the strong atheistic views he had held for so long failed miserably against the strengths of God's truth.

Michael Minot felt he was living the American dream. For a number of years he’d been reaping the professional and financial rewards of being a commercial litigation attorney. To him, life was great and getting better all the time. He first gained notoriety around his hometown as a nationally ranked tennis player. But now, years later, he was becoming known for his skills as a lawyer and as the youngest elected official in the area. And then, in his late 20's, Michael unexpectedly discovered something that turned his world and his entire idea of life upside down.

About the Book: In a response to a challenge from a friend, Michael agreed to investigate issues relating to science, philosophy, and the Scriptures. Comfortable with his life as an atheist, he began reading with an indifferent attitude. But what started as a casual inquiry soon turned into a time of intense research. What follows is the story of Michael’s journey, his thoughts and reactions to the evidence he discovered, and the new life that soon followed.

 To help people process their questions, Michael has a new book that explains what he discovered during his initial investigation. The Beckoning will equip readers with answers to the questions of how and why the complex parts of the environment we live in fit together. It also will explore how life doesn’t have to be an unsolvable, frustrating puzzle. God’s truths will be presented in a way so readers don’t just acquire knowledge, but understand the abundant life God offers and how to fully engage in it.

1 comment:

  1., I would love to share this to my classmate in law and talk about it, share about it and know what turn an atheist and a lawyer to believe that God is alive and He is able to transform anyone in a click