A Post-Covid Catechesis Book

09.27.22 | Homepage

    A Post-COVID Catechesis, by the Rev. Canon Dr. Victor Austin, This book offers an intelligent, traditional, and yet not predictable account of five basic Christian beliefs that can help us, not to return to a pre-pandemic comfort zone, but to rediscover old truths as if for the first time. Austin shows that to believe in God as Creator is to begin an adventure. Then sin is exposed to be nothing substantial but rather a hole in reality. Third: God is active in the mess of things; fourth, God has shown, in Jesus, what a real human being is. Finally, this adventure is throughout an ongoing discovery that in Jesus Christ people have their true friend.

    Each chapter includes open-ended discussion questions, making this volume easily used for group study. In addition, as our diocesan theologian-in-residence Canon Austin is available (at no charge) to visit congregations to discuss these old yet ever-new basic claims of Christianity.

    Additionally, here are Post-Pandemic Catechesis videos  

    Creation, with the Rev. Audrey Sutton, a curate at St. Philip's in Frisco. 

    The Mess, with the Rev. Miguel Carmona, a curate at St. Barnabas in Garland

    God's Speech and God's Spirit, Amber D. Noel, Associate Editor and Associate Director of The Living Church Foundation

    Behold the Human, the Rev. Dr. Andrew Grosso, Associate for Worship and Liturgy, Saint Michael and All Angels

    Behold Our True Friend, the Rev. Julian Borda, formerly a curate at St. Paul in Waxahachie, and now a curate at St. Thomas in Ennis.