T. F. Torrance in Plain English (2017)
The second book in Stephen D. Morrison’s “Plain English Series,” T. F. Torrance in Plain English offers a clear and concise overview of Torrance’s scientific and evangelical theology. Written as an introduction to his complex thought, this book examines nine major ideas selected from Torrance’s many volumes and essays. This is a helpful study of an important theologian, thoughtfully written and carefully explained for both beginners and experts alike.
Arguably one of the most influential English-speaking theologians of the 20th century, T. F. Torrance is a brilliant thinker every Christian should be familiar with. Morrison writes with passion and clarity, offering a wide and deep introduction to Torrance’s immense theological contributions.
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Karl Barth in Plain English (2017)
A clear and concise introduction to the theology of Karl Barth. Written from one amateur to another, Stephen hopes to introduce you to Barth’s complex thought without all the confusing theological jargon often involved in discussions of his work. By focusing on eight major ideas central to Barth’s thought, Stephen provides you with a profoundly helpful study of one of the greatest minds in modern theology.
This book is the product of years of reading and studying Barth as an amateur theologian, and presents an accessible guide to Barth with the hopes of making his theology more understandable to other “amateurs.” As Barth himself once said, “In the Church of Jesus Christ there can and should be no non-theologians.” It is in this spirit that Stephen humbly presents Karl Barth in Plain English.
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Welcome Home: The Good News of Jesus (2016)
Catch a fresh vision of who you are, why you’re here, and where you belong as author and theologian Stephen D Morrison encourages you with the good news of Jesus. In a unique and innovative way, read as he takes you to the very heart of what makes this good news so good. You are welcomed home in the embrace of a God who loves you, and has given Himself to you unreservedly. But who is this God, and what is this God like? In this concise but powerful little book you just may find yourself encouraged, challenged, and changed by its message.
Welcome Home is the work of a theologian writing to simply and clearly explain who God is and what God has done for the world in Jesus. If you’re looking for something new, something to intellectually challenge you and yet spiritually encourage you, then read this book. Drawing from the works of great theologians like Karl Barth, Thomas F. Torrance, and Jurgen Moltmann, read as Stephen expounds in simply and profoundly the good news.
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10 Reasons Why the Rapture Must be Left Behind (2015)
Is the rapture fact of fiction?
In this new book by author and theologian S. D. Morrison, find out why he believes the rapture must be left behind for good. Written to offer hope for the end times, this book seeks to dismantle the rapture, revealing it for the heresy it is.
Thoughtful and clear, this book promises to challenge your understanding of the end times, and give you the courage to leave the rapture behind.
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We Belong: Trinitarian Good News (2015)
My life has drastically changed over the last five years due to a rediscovery of the Gospel! This book is a prodct of those five years. It seeks to answer two questions: 1) What is the Gospel? And 2) why is the Gospel good news?
Packed full of great theology from the minds of Thomas Torrance, Karl Barth, C Baxter Kruger, Jürgen Moltmann, St. Athanasius and others, this book is highly informative and life-changing. Written to be both theologically enlightening and practically inspiring, my prayer is that this book will leave you awestruck and amazed at the Good news of Jesus Christ.
Where Was God?: Understanding the Holocaust in the Light of God’s Suffering (2014)
In Where Was God? theologian S. D. Morrison presents the three most common responses to the Holocaust event (determinism, atheism, and unknowing) along with a fourth option which seeks to be “truly theological”. Written as a conversation between friends, this book is easy to read while presenting deep and important conclusions.
The Holocaust event is one of our centuries greatest dilemmas. This book strives to give a clear, Christian response to its happening. Where was God? Does God remain indifferent to human suffering? How can one remain a believer in the aftermath of such tragedies? All these questions and more are discussed in this short book.