Today, I read the following tweet from Matthew Hartke:
Honestly guys, I’d be so stoked to find out that Christianity is true. I love this tradition and this conversation so much—nothing would make me happier than if I could, in good conscience, continue having this conversation *from the inside* with the breath of God in my lungs.
— Matthew Hartke (@MatthewHartke) January 10, 2023
That statement perfectly captures the sentiment of one of the two primary audiences for my new book The Doubters’ Creed: the sympathetic disbeliever. This is a person like Matthew who disbelieves Christianity but who hopes it is true.
Not four hours after reading Matthew’s tweet, I received confirmation from Amazon that the Kindle version of the book is now available (promoted). The paperback should be available in the next day or so and international markets (Canada, UK, Australia, etc.) should become available in the next few days.
I am really proud of this book and so happy I had the opportunity to write it. I devoted the month of December and the first week of January to pulling it all together. That didn’t leave me with much of a holiday but it was worth it. I’ve wanted to write a book like this for years which offers a bridge to Christianity for disbelievers and doubters alike. Let me know what you think of it!