Bill Combs is a retired Presbyterian minister, married for 48 years, and has Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Fuller Theological Seminary. As a pastor, he loved to paint word pictures so the congregation could better identify with the sermon’s text, and has carried that love into the writing of this book. The initial idea came from a sermon. The rest was forged in the crucible of his experience.The knowledge of good and evil is a ruthless taskmaster.
Who Even if we clothe ourselves with everything the world can offer, we will encounter situations that undercut our confidence, leaving us feeling vulnerable and naked. The author reexamines how sin came into the world through Adam, and how the Lord has redeemed us by grace through faith. This refreshing account of one tumultuous afternoon in the Garden of Eden will forever change the way you look at sin and salvation. “…This readable discussion on sin, faith, and salvation offers an inventive, informed take on Eden and the nature of faith.” From –Kirkus Reviews, featured in January 15, 2017 issue. To order the book or learn more about Rev. Combs go to his website at www.williamcombsauthor.com