"The Christian Zombie Killers Handbook" delivers a fresh, relevant look at the doctrines of sin, grace, and salvation.
Ben Forman was just an ordinary guy, a young professional starting his first job and falling in love with his girlfriend. Living in the outskirts of a southern city, he didn't think the zombie activity so common in the major cities would hit so close to home. But it was becoming clear that the mysterious infection reanimating the deceased was a growing epidemic across the country. The question was, would he stay alive or become the undead?
In this one-of-kind approach to teaching about sin, grace, and salvation, "The Christian Zombie Killers Handbook" tracks the fictional life of Ben Forman and offers solid Bible teaching to help readers understand the gravity and consequences of life without God, of life as a "zombie." Ephesians 2:4-5 says, "But because of his great love for us, God, who is rich in mercy, made us alive with Christ even when we were dead in our transgressions--it is by grace you have been saved." Without the salvation Jesus offers, we are all as good as dead. But as this book teaches in a winsome, cutting-edge, culturally relevant style, anyone can kill the zombie inside, escape the clutches of the undead, and come alive by the supernatural power of God's salvation.
Jeff Kinley has found a way to communicate God's grace to a newaudience. "The Christian Zombie Killers Handbook" is culturallyrelevant, deeply perceptive and really inspires us to discover the truth forourselves.
In this volume, you willfind a gripping, face-paced zombie survival story as good as any you'll read ina mainstream horror novel or see in the latest Romero film. But, you'll alsofind a parallel commentary providing a startlingly honest insight and uniqueperspective on our struggle with sin.
- Sean T Page, author of "Waragainst the Walking Dead" & "TheOfficial Zombie Handbook."