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Image of Love: Experiencing God's purpose for your life through the image in which you were created

Image of Love: Experiencing God's purpose for your life through the image in which you were created - Jeffrey W. Sauers

Image of Love: Experiencing God's purpose for your life through the image in which you were created


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

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God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?


While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.


Fear not God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers, Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.


From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


God is good, God is all-powerful, and yet evil exists-why?

While most believers in Jesus Christ know these truths to be self-evident, many struggle to arrive at the "So what?" of this trilemma. An engaging and thought-provoking exposition on the problem of evil, Image of Love adds context to the Christian narrative by systematically defining human purpose through the lens of a single theological concept-the image of God.

Fear not! God-given purpose lies behind the brokenness of this war-torn world and such purpose is found by understanding God's image. Image of Love bridges the gap between the apologetics of the trilemma and how believers in Christ are to live with conviction of their identity as God's image bearers. In this book, Captain Jeffrey Sauers Jr. explores the inexhaustible implications of humanity being made in God's image through Scripture, biblical doctrine, and engaging personal anecdotes from his career as a United States Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot.

From defining the human soul in likeness to the Trinity to presenting a reason for the fall of humanity, this book biblically approaches the godly wisdom of Genesis 1:26-27, when God first created humanity in the garden of Eden. Fleshing out some difficult topics of apologetics, Image of Love comprehensively arrives at the conclusion that the ultimate meaning of life as an image bearer is the pursuit of God's glory. This book is a must-read for any Christian who seeks a fuller spiritual walk with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

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