Released in the UK November 2020
Released in the US November 2020
Trade paperback | 256 Pages
9781527105881 • £8.99 $12.99
BISAC – REL009000
Lengthy, heavy, theological tomes have their place, but sometimes we need a simple way of understanding the doctrine that is central to our faith. The Westminster Shorter Catechism is designed to do just that. Randall Greenwald takes the question and answer format that it follows and, in short chapters, encourages us to dig for the gold that is to be found in its pages. Read, and be enriched.
Randall Greenwald pastors Covenant Presbyterian Church in Oviedo, Florida, and is a guest lecturer at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando. A graduate of Covenant Theological Seminary, he previously wrote the family worship guide ‘As for My House’. He and his wife Barb have six children and many grandchildren.
Randy Greenwald’s Something Worth Living For is the help we need to point us back to the ancient paths. This important work will strengthen God’s people toward a beautiful orthodoxy that our confused world so desperately needs to see.
Senior Pastor, Seven River Presbyterian Church, LeCanto, Florida
This book is a needed addition to family and church libraries, to every pastor’s study, and to seminary curricula. I will use it as a help in my personal devotions as well as in my teaching ministry. I recommend it highly!
Michael E. Osborne
Dean of Students, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando and Author of ‘Surviving Ministry: How to Weather the Storms of Church Leadership’
… explains the enduring truths of the Christian Faith in accessible and interesting language that neither talks down to the reader nor fails to connect with practical concerns we all have. Highly recommended.
Professor of Theology, Tyndale University, Toronto, Ontario
How refreshing to find this pastoral entryway to Christianity that uses the Westminster Shorter Catechism to help the interested perceive something more of the breadth and length and height and depth of the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge. I commend this book to all searching for something worth living for.
John Dyer Trimble Professor of Systematic Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, Florida