An Interview in Pictures: “Fire From Ashes”

How did you come together to write this book?

How did you come together to write this book?

What do you mean by perpetual conversion?

What do you mean by perpetual conversion?

What sorts of topics do you cover in the book?

What sorts of topics do you cover in the book?

What happens if we die on a downward trajectory?

What happens if we die on a downward trajectory?

What is it like writing a book in tandem? How does that process work?

What is it like writing a book in tandem? How does that process work?

How do the cartoons function and what is their purpose?

How do the cartoons function and what is their purpose?

You write in the book that perpetual conversion is not about a “works salvation”? How so?

You write in the book that perpetual conversion is not about a “works salvation”? How so?

You write that sometimes standing in place is progress. What do you mean?

You write that sometimes standing in place is progress. What do you mean?

Why did you construct the book the way that you did?

Why did you construct the book the way that you did?

What is the most important thing that you hope readers take away from your book?

What is the most important thing that you hope readers take away from your book?

On the Ex Libris podcast, Bobby Maddex interviews Fr Joseph Huneycutt and Steve Robinson, authors of the new Ancient Faith Publishing book Fire from Ashes: The Reality of Perpetual Conversion.
The captions above are the Questions … for the Answers – listen to the interview HERE.

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