How being made in the image of God affects everything


Event Details

16 November 2020
18:00 - 18:45

Wilberforce Publications is pleased to announce the launch of its latest title, In His Image: A Biblical Introduction to Social Ethics.

Join us LIVE for the online launch on YouTube and also on our Facebook page. You’ll also be able to interact live with the author, Stephen McQuoid by asking your questions in the chat section.

About the book

Human identity and sexuality are at the heart of the ethical war that rages in our society, whilst abortion is the silent genocide. Over the past several decades we’ve seen an assault on marriage – the institution given by God to create family cohesion. Now, the definition of gender – the distinctive identity that God has given each one of us – is also under attack. Dr McQuoid deals with each area with understanding and compassion.

He asserts that, “There is one part of the created order that is more glorious than all the rest and that is the human race. Only human beings – the pinnacle of creation and image bearers of God – can mediate His will and purposes,” and encourages Christians to stand up for Biblical truth.

This book will be of value to pastors, preachers and congregations as they grapple with the issues at the heart of our society.

About the author

Dr. Stephen McQuoid is the General Director of Gospel Literature Outreach, a missionary organisation based in Europe. He has an extensive training and preaching ministry that takes him throughout the UK and abroad. He has a Diploma in Theology from Belfast Bible College, a BA in Biblical Studies from Trinity College, an MTh from the University of Wales, and an MA and a PhD in Theology from Trinity Theological Seminary. Stephen grew up in Ethiopia where his parents were missionaries. He then lived in Ireland where he qualified as a nurse before going on to study theology.

For more information about the book and how to purchase copies, please visit the Wilberforce Publications website

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