Press Kit for
Examine Your Faith
The first book in the Faith to Live By series is:
Examine Your Faith!
Finding Truth in a World of Lies
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Examine Your Faith! Finding Truth in a World of Lies
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TITLE: Examine Your Faith! Finding Truth in a
World of Lies
AUTHOR: Pamela Christian
PUBLISHER: Protocol, Ltd. Publishers (Second Edition)
DATE OF PUBLICATION: September 15, 2013 (West Bow) Revised and reprinted 2014
RETAIL PRICE: $33.95 US (Hardcover);
$16.95 US (Paperback)
ISBN: 978-0-9909421-2-2 (hc)
ISBN: 978-0-9909421-7-7 (e)
Library of Congress Control Number: 2014958437
Embracing Moral Truth; Why Bible-Believing Christians Will Soon be in the Crossfire
Acceptance and diversity quickly supplanting the biblical values of our forefathers
Yorba Linda, California – The religious beliefs and behavior of Americans have changed dramatically in the last decade. These changes are responsible for policy changes in everything from gay marriage, educational reform, and recent Supreme Court rulings. “Faith in America is definitely in a crisis” observes Pamela Christian, who studied apologetics at Biola University.
The key changes began as religious diversity and tolerance replaced beliefs in absolute moral truth which largely sustained American values since its founding. These changes translated into redefining sexual behavior, marriage and personal responsibility but spilled over into churches as well. According to Christian, “Subjective truth is not only irrational, it’s also exceedingly dangerous.” What makes it dangerous is that all ideas are seen as having equal value regardless of logic or facts. Read More: Embracing Moral Truth
Pamela Christian announces release of “Examine Your Faith!”
New religious book explores the ‘crisis of faith’ and offers absolute truth as the remedy
ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. – America is in a faith crisis, according to speaker and author, Pamela Christian. Many people believe that all roads lead the same heaven and God. Many also believe that truth is relative. Additionally, as reported by an ABC News website article, “Americans are Surprisingly Flexible About Religion,” nearly 6 in 10 Americans are attempting to blend different traditional religious beliefs and New Age, to create their own faith.
In response, Christian has written Examine Your Faith! Finding Truth in a World of Lies (published by WestBow Press), to be released September 15, 2013. It is endorsed by Josh McDowell, Dr. Craig Hazen and Dan Story among others and is available at all major book retailers. In it Christian takes readers through the process of understanding truth and the impossibility of religious pluralism. She explores the five major world religions, and New Age, to demonstrate that these religions and philosophies cannot be blended together without some serious compromise and danger for the individual. Read More: New religious book explores ‘crisis of faith’…
Local writer releases apologetics book
Christian Examiner (Orange County) September 2013
YORBA LINDA – Local motivational speaker and author Pamela Christian will release “Examine Your Faith! Finding Truth in a World of Lies,” the first in a trilogy of apologetics books on September 15.
“Unless you examine what you believe and why you believe it, you could be deceived and not know it,” Christian’s promotional material said. “Examine Your Faith! explores truth and religious beliefs so you can possess a confident faith that empowers you with victory over any of life’s adversities.” Read More: Local Writer Releases Apologetics Book scroll to page 8.
For more than twenty-five years, coast to coast, Pamela Christian has been helping people in matters of faith. Pam passionately wants people to confidently discover and live in life-giving truth.
Her ministry experience began serving as Teaching Director for Community Bible Study, (an independent, interdenominational, international organization). This led to her receiving invitations to speak nationally, followed by work as radio talk-show host in two major markets, and working as contributing writer to various books and magazines. More recently, she is working as television talk-show host with HSBN.tv.
With her experience and certificate in apologetics from Biola University, Pam’s passion continues to be expressed as book author and media personality. She and her husband live in Orange County, CA, with their two grown children and families living nearby.
Below are some Sample Interview Talking Points and Sample Interview Questions
- In your book you talk about an increasingly popular idea that a person can create their own faith. There are people, for example who claim to be “Bu-Jew” or “Chris-lam. People are extracting specific tenets of faith and practice from different religions and combining them according to their preference. Share what you wrote concerning this.
- This is the first book in your Faith to Live By series. Why did you start with this particular book?
- Why do you say that people need help in discovering truth and faith?
- Aren’t matters such as truth and faith personal and therefore relative?
- Are you saying that in the same way we can test a matter to determine if it is true that we can do the same with faith?
- Many people are of the perspective that all roads lead to the same God and same heaven. What do you say to that?
- Some would declare that you have a very narrow-minded perspective on truth and religious faith.
- You list some basic questions in your book that you think people should take the time and make the effort to find answers to. Please share them with us.
- Why do you say that faith in America is in a crisis?
- You went through your own faith journey and came to the realization your beliefs were in opposition to Christianity. How did you come to this conclusion?
- Why do you believe people intrinsically desire the truth?
- We now live with the idea that religious tolerance and religious diversity are progressive ideas that all people should accept. What’s wrong with this idea?
- You say the founding fathers rejected the idea of religious unity. Why?
- Do you believe that religion or religious ideas should be personal and removed from the realm of rational discourse?
- You talk a lot about truth and even the notion of absolute truth. Can you give an example of absolute truth that most people can identify with?
- What do you believe makes Christianity unique or exclusive from all other religious faiths?
- You spend a good part of your book doing an overview of other major belief systems. Why?
- You write that eastern ideas emanating from Hinduism began to gain popularity in the west because of Hinduism’s tolerance for diversity. Are we seeing the results of this now in our culture?
- How can Christians who stand for absolute ideas of moral truth and behavior communicate the value and importance of these ideas in a pluralistic culture?
- In your section on secularism you say they deny that ethics come from a higher being. Can a person be moral without embracing Judeo-Christian ethics?
- Is there anything wrong with the idea of free inquiry?
- The resurrection of Jesus is pivotal to faith in him. What are a couple of these evidences?
- What’s the best way to reach skeptics who want nothing to do with Christianity?