Faithful Faith: Reclaiming Faith from Culture and Tradition
AN INVITATION TO A BOLDER, BIBLICAL FAITH
Faith. To skeptics, the word exhibits naïveté. Other people, somewhat religious, view faith as not much more than an emotional experience, and others see it as no more than affirming a list of beliefs. Yet what is faith according to Scripture? Why is faith so fundamental to our salvation? And what is our faith worth when severed from the way we live? In Faithful Faith, Mark E. Moore takes the reader on a tour of biblical faith, demonstrating how—unlike many cultural and incomplete views of faith—the real thing is transformative. Rather than settling for a “faith” that only stimulates the mind or merely inspires the emotions, take the plunge into a faith that is faithful.
An easy read and an important declaration of the nature of biblical faith.
— Jon Weece, Senior Pastor, Southland Christian Church, Lexington, KY
I came away with a much better understanding of how faith is an action and not just an emotion, thus giving me a better understanding of being saved by God’s grace through my faith.
— John Solheim, President of PING
Read this book with your family or small group, get a tighter grip on biblical faith, and keep climbing upward with confidence!
— Matt Proctor, President of Ozark Christian College
MARK E. MOORE (PhD, University of Wales) is Teaching Pastor at Christ’s Church of the Valley (CCV) in Peoria, Arizona, and author of Core 52. Prior to joining the CCV team, Mark was a New Testament Professor at Ozark Christian College (1990–2012). He continues as an adjunct professor for Ozark, Hope International University, and Haus Edelweiss in Vienna, Austria.