Review: Orthodoxy and Heresy


I ended February with a week left and decided to grab another book to read.  I pulled this one off the shelf and gave it a quick read.  It’s a brief fifty pages long.  Joel Parkinson’s goal in writing this book was to give a quick, clear outline of the most basic things a believer needs to believe in order to be able to call themselves a Christian.

What’s brilliant about this book is how simple it is.  Aside from the basic Gospel message Parkinson identifies seven other beliefs essential to Christianity.  He spends a bit of time developing each point and showing where that point can be found in Scripture.

All in all, this book is a great read for both Christian and non-Christian to grab a quick and easy to understand delve into what makes Christianity what it is.

Next Up: The Order of the Phoenix by J.K. Rowling


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