Odyssey of Grace, Part One:
The New Testament in Review, from Matthew to Galatians
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In the Odyssey of Grace series, Cy Mersereau invites you to join him as he travels through the twenty-seven books of the New Testament. In this series, each book of the New Testament is summarized, with special consideration given to topics of common, and sometimes controversial, interest.
The journey begins with the coming of Christ in the four Gospels, then threads its way through the epistles and ends with Revelation, where time dissolves into the eternal state. Along the way, the reader will encounter adventure, history, theology, advice for practical Christian living, and become acquainted with some of the more fascinating personalities of the early church.
The author of each book has his own style, his own emphasis, and his own story that is part of the larger story of Jesus Christ and the redemption he purchased for us on Calvary two thousand years ago.
Some of the topics covered here include:
- Prophetical insights from believers of various backgrounds on the book of Revelation.
- The hotly contested miracle of Jesus turning water into wine.
- Judas, his betrayal of Christ, and how and when he died.
- A discussion of the book of Philemon to address the question of whether the Bible promotes slavery.
- A comprehensive look into why the Gospel of Mark has so many endings and which is the right one.
Join in on the conversation as Cy discusses these questions, and so many more!
Softcover Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 256
About the Author:
Cy (Cyril) Mersereau is a native of New Brunswick, Canada, where his early years were spent on the family farm near the quaint village of Fredricton Junction. He was converted to Christ at a Leighton Ford Crusade in 1963, and following graduation from high school he furthered his studies at the New Brunswick Bible Institute and the Canadian Bible College in Regina. Cy is an avid reader who enjoys all things theological and historical. He has pastored churches in Saskatchewan, North Dakota, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. He is the pastor of Lighthouse Christian Fellowship in Port Clyde, Nova Scotia.
Cy has two daughters, Colleen and Susan, along with four grandchildren, Rachel, Adam, Caitlin, and Etta. His one brother Dana (Bonnie)resides in Boonsboro, Maryland. Cy now makes his home in Birchtown, Nova Scotia.