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In a world where everything is increasingly relative, Truth Matters provides an invitation to latch on to unchanging truth that transcends all opinions and feelings. Author Andrew Petiprin argues that Truth (with a capital T) not only matters, but grounding your life on the ancient truths of the Bible is the way to rich life of meaning and purpose. This book will help readers better understand truths about themselves by understanding the truth about God and his desire for a relationship with us.

Walking readers through many important doctrines of the Christian faith, Truth Matters supports those doctrines with Scripture and shows how they were developed carefully over the centuries by those who studied the Bible. As he engages with great thinkers of Christian tradition, including C.S. Lewis, T.S. Eliot and others, Petiprin guides readers to the true answers to age-old questions like “Who is God?” and “Who am I?” .

Mirroring the structure of traditional creeds, Truth Matters helps readers better understand truths about themselves by understanding the truth about God and his desire for a relationship with us. As readers learn more about how doctrine was debated and decided, they will also see that Truth never changes, and that the purpose of doctrine is to make Truth clearer than before.

As it champions the authentic teachings of the Christian faith, Truth Matters points to doctrine, liturgy, and tradition as a way to discover not just the truth about God, but to find God himself.

Author

Andrew K. Petiprin is a priest of the Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee. He was a Marshall Scholar at Magdalen College, Oxford, and also holds degrees from the University of Pittsburgh and Yale University. Andrew is author of Truth Matters: Knowing God and Yourself, and is a regular contributor to the Living Church magazine and other publications. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with his wife, Amber, and their two children.

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In a world where everything is increasingly relative, Truth Matters provides an invitation to latch on to unchanging truth that transcends all opinions and feelings. Author Andrew Petiprin argues that Truth (with a capital T) not only matters, but grounding your life on the ancient truths of the Bible is the way to rich life of meaning and purpose. This book will help readers better understand truths about themselves by understanding the truth about God and his desire for a relationship with us.

Walking readers through many important doctrines of the Christian faith, Truth Matters supports those doctrines with Scripture and shows how they were developed carefully over the centuries by those who studied the Bible. As he engages with great thinkers of Christian tradition, including C.S. Lewis, T.S. Eliot and others, Petiprin guides readers to the true answers to age-old questions like “Who is God?” and “Who am I?” .

Mirroring the structure of traditional creeds, Truth Matters helps readers better understand truths about themselves by understanding the truth about God and his desire for a relationship with us. As readers learn more about how doctrine was debated and decided, they will also see that Truth never changes, and that the purpose of doctrine is to make Truth clearer than before.

As it champions the authentic teachings of the Christian faith, Truth Matters points to doctrine, liturgy, and tradition as a way to discover not just the truth about God, but to find God himself.

Author

Andrew K. Petiprin is a priest of the Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee. He was a Marshall Scholar at Magdalen College, Oxford, and also holds degrees from the University of Pittsburgh and Yale University. Andrew is author of Truth Matters: Knowing God and Yourself, and is a regular contributor to the Living Church magazine and other publications. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with his wife, Amber, and their two children.

Endorsements

“In Truth Matters, Andrew Petiprin has woven an extraordinarily rich tapestry of hope, ideally suited for our perplexing times. Abounding in vibrant intellect and grounded in deep conviction, the book expertly weaves together the Creeds, the stories of the Israelites and the early church, and reflections from history and literature. An excellent and wide-ranging introduction to the beating heart of the faith.”

David Zahl, Director of Mockingbird Ministries; Editor-in-Chief of the Mockingbird blog.

“We live in an uncertain and constantly changing world, where we need stability of the deep truths of the Christian faith and the promise of God’s guaranteed grace more than ever. With insight, joy, clarity, wit, and wisdom, Andrew Petiprin guides us through the ancient doctrines that have served Christ’s church for centuries and shows how these truths connect to our lives.”

Justin S. Holcomb, Episcopal priest; seminary professor; author

“Deeply personal, intellectually acute, biblically rooted, and spiritually passionate, Truth Matters is a conversionary primer of the Christian faith for all stages of belief. Petitprin writes with ease and seriousness, drawing the reader into the high stakes of God’s life and work in Christ, bringing them to bear on common life, but without sacrificing the profundity of their substance. An uncommonly good book for personal reading and group teaching.”

Ephraim Radner, Professor of Historical Theology, Wycliffe College, Toronto

“American Christianity often seems locked in a primordial struggle between experience and particular truth claims. Andrew Petiprin does not make the Christian choose. It is through the particular truth claims of the Creeds that Christians learn what it means to live and to die. Through careful theological analysis and personal reflection, Petiprin has written a book that should be required reading for those seeking to understand the close link between truth and discipleship.”

Timothy P. O’Malley, Managing Director, McGrath Institute for Church Life; author of Bored Again Catholic: How the Mass Could Save Your Life

“Andrew Petiprin has written a book that shows us, as we reach out for truth, that truth itself is a person who reaches back to us with the hands of Christ.” 

James Matthew Wilson, Author of The Vision of the Soul: Truth, Goodness, and Beauty in the Western Tradition

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SKU: 1087
Availability: Usually ships within 24 hours
Weight: 0.60 LBS
Width: 5.50
Height: 8.50
Depth: 0.60
Author: Andrew Petiprin
ISBN-13: 978-1-945270-93-2
ISBN-13 (eBook): 978-1-945270-94-9
Publication Date: 09/03/2018
Format: Paperback
Page Count: 160