REAL-LIFE ANSWERS TO LIFE’S BIGGEST QUESTIONS
Real Life Theology invites you to a fresh way of living by bridging two areas of your life: what we know about God and how we live our lives. This collection of thirteen accessible books gives real-life answers to fifty-two of life’s biggest questions, such as: What is the gospel? What is saving faith? What role does baptism play in salvation? What are the essential, important, and personal elements of the faith? How should we view marriage, gender, and race?
Real Life Theology was written with everyday Christians in mind. We encourage you to read it, walk with others through it, and along the way learn God’s real-life answers to your biggest questions.
“This series will help churches in their training of pastoral staff as well as the everyday disciple maker in your church or ministry.”
— Jim Putman, author of Real-Life Discipleship
“As our churches become more diverse and our culture less biblically literate, we increasingly need Real Life Theology.”
— Mark Moore, author of Core 52
“This book is a one of a kind for our generation. Highly recommended!”
— David Young, author of King Jesus and the Beauty of
“We’re excited to integrate Real Life Theology into our leadership development resources at Southeast Christian Church.”
— Matt Reagan, Associate Pastor of Southeast Christian Church
“It’s imperative that we do theology wisely and well, and this book is a fantastic help!”
— Matt Proctor, President of Ozark Christian College
BOBBY HARRINGTON (DMin, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is CEO of Renew.org and Discipleship.org, both national disciple making networks. Bobby is the founding and Lead Pastor of Harpeth Christian Church. He is author or coauthor of more than a dozen books on disciple making.
DANIEL MCCOY (PhD, North-West University) is Editorial Director of Renew.org. He has created classes on philosophy, ethics, and world religions for Ozark Christian College. Among his books are The Popular Handbook of World Religions (general editor) and The Atheist’s Fatal Flaw (coauthored with Norman Geisler).