Reid Ashbaucher is the author of several books, all written in the Theology/Religion, Religion/Philosophy, or Christian Spiritual Growth genres. Reid’s books are a product of his studies and life’s experiences, which includes U.S. Military service, the earning of a B.A. degree in Comprehensive Bible from Cedarville University in Ohio, an M.A. degree in Christian Theology from Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary in Indiana, along with earning credit toward a Ph.D. in Religious Studies endorsed by Canterbury Christ Church University, England.
Reid’s books are written to those looking for a clear path forward in life, presenting spiritual truths in a structured and understandable way. Reid writes to provide people a way forward in the darkness, using the light of God’s truth—the Scriptures. Jesus said, “sanctify them in the truth, thy word is truth” (John 17:17).
If you are new to Reid’s works, for new Christians we recommend you first read his book Christianity 101: A Simpler Way Forward. If you are looking to continue in your spiritual growth, we recommend, How to Understand and Live Your Faith. For the Christian looking for a deeper understanding of God and themselves, we recommend Made in the Image of God: Understanding the Nature of God and Mankind in a Changing World. If you enjoy Bible study and wish to continue growing on your spiritual journey, we recommend reading Introduction to Bible Doctrine: Ten Foundational Truths behind Christianity, then move on to Dispensational Theology: A Textbook on Eschatology in the Twenty-first Century. Reid is currently working on the book Survey of the Whole Bible, which will complete the Bible study series, and will become the first recommended book in that Bible study series.
If you have questions about God, his Scriptures, Christianity, religion, or the contents of Reid’s books, please make a connection through the blog on this website, or email him using the website’s “contact page.” Thank you for stopping by and remember, books make a splendid gift any time of the year.
To read a 20 question interview with author Reid Ashbaucher about book authoring, click here: LiveJournal