Saturday, June 15, 2013

Clear Winter Nights by Trevin Wax

"Clear Winter Nights: A journey into truth, doubt, and what comes after" by Trevin Wax is quite an interesting book, but definitely not light reading material. It's a short fiction story based on theology that really dives deep into the questions that all of us Christians face.

Chris Walker thought he had his whole life figured out. After just finishing college, Chris was about to help plant a new church alongside his fiance when he suddenly began having doubts. About his fiance, about his beliefs... about everything that was important to him. On top of that, Chris's grandmother passes away and a relative reveals some life changing family secrets about Chris's father.

After Chris's grandfather, Gil suffers a stroke, Chris's mother suggests that he go stay with his grandfather for a few days to help him out. But instead, Gil ends up helping Chris. As a former pastor, Gil can help his grandson answer his questions about God.

Trevin Wax is an author of multiple books and posts on a popular blog called Kingdom People. He is also editor of a small group based curriculum being developed by Lifeway Christian Resources.

I received this book for free from Multnomah Waterbrook Publishing Group to give my honest unbiased opinion. I rate it as 4 stars.

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